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Sergeant’s Rolls Out Fipronil-based OTC Flea And Tick Meds

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Sergeant’s Rolls Out Fipronil-based OTC Flea and Tick MedsSergeant’s flea, Sergeant’s tick, fleas, tick, pet, cat fleas, dog fleas, cat ticks, dog ticksSergeant’s Pet Care Products Inc. will launch new topical, over-the-counter flea and tick treatments for cats and dogs this spring that combine fipronil with a second active ingredient, the company reported today.Sergeant’s Pet Care Products Inc. will launch new topical, over-the-counter flea and tick treatments for cats and dogs this spring that combine fipronil with a second active ingredient.newslineSergeant’s Rolls Out Fipronil-based OTC Flea and Tick MedsPosted: Feb. 27, 2012, 6:40 p.m. EST

Sergeant's to launch flea and tick meds for cats and dogs

Sergeant’s Pet Care Products Inc. will launch new topical, over-the-counter flea and tick treatments for cats and dogs this spring that combine fipronil with a second active ingredient, the company reported today.

The new treatments will be sold as Sentry Fiproguard Max in pet specialty stores and Pronyl OTC Max in grocery and mass retail stores. The treatments contain fipronil, which is the active ingredient in Frontline, in addition to cyphenothirin in the dog formula and etofenprox in the cat formula. The new formulas killed fleas and ticks faster than Frontline Plus in independent clinical trials, according to Sergeant’s.

The patent-pending formula will be available in four dose options based on weight range for dogs and one option for cats. Both formulas are waterproof and approved for use on pets 12 weeks of age and older.

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