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PetArmor Shampoo for Dogs Sunwashed Linen, 18-oz

Item: PH54704
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PetArmor Shampoo for Dogs Sunwashed Linen. This shampoo provides an easy and convenient way to kill fleas and ticks while cleaning your pup. The non-staining formula works to deodorize and condition your dog's coat while leaving behind a lovely sun-washed linen scent. It's formulated to quickly kill fleas and to begin eliminating ticks within a few days. It's a safe solution for dogs and puppies over 12 weeks old who need to beat the bugs and get squeaky clean in the process!

Key Features:

  • This dog shampoo is formulated to provide an easy way to eliminate fleas and ticks.
  • Works to deodorize and condition your pal's coat.
  • A non-staining formula that leaves behind the fresh scent of sun-washed linen.
  • Formulated to quickly kill fleas and begin eliminating ticks after 1 or 2 days.
  • Safe for dogs and puppies over 12 weeks old.


Permethrin 0.10%, Piperonyl Butoxide 0.50%.

Useful Information

  • Wet dog's coat thoroughly. Pour this product into the cup of your hand.
  • Starting at the head and working back, work up a lather with this quick lathering formula, being sure that the lather is worked thoroughly into dog's coat down to the skin.
  • Allow lather to stand five minutes, then rinse completely and towel dry. It should not be necessary to repeat the shampoo application unless the animal is excessively dirty.
  • Kills fleas fast and begins to kill ticks within 1 or 2 days; reaching maximum effectiveness in 7 to 10 days.
  • To maintain maximum effectiveness against both fleas and ticks, repeat (or reapply) every week. Cats that actively groom or engage in close physical contact with treated dog may be at risk of serious harmful effect.

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