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Bayer Kiltix Dog Tick Collar

Bayer Kiltix Dog Tick Collar

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    Has very outdated and highly toxic active ingredients

    published

    Hi
    just want to add to my initial review of this product. Although it is effective, I was recently advised by my vet that the chemicals in it are from the 70s and are highly toxic pesticides which are outdated and that there are new and more effective and much less toxic flea and tick preventatives on the market that are available and that wont wear off during swimming. He advised I dont use the Killtix collars anymore. That is all I want to say. Talk to your vet about new and advanced flea and tick treatments and research the active ingredients yourself.

    Barbara Lingman
    Barbara LingmanTownsville, Queensland
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    no longer works?

    published

    Have been using the kiltix collar for 5 years and 6 months...worked fantastic, but the last 2 collars I have used in the last 5 months!! have been useless. Have they changed the ingredients or something as our dog is always lousy with fleas now, with the occasional tick, which he has never had before??

    Questions & Answers

    Larissa L.
    Larissa L.asked

    Will this be effective for use on a 10 pound cat? Thank you.

    No answers
    Preet S.
    Preet S.asked

    Hi.my dog weighs 25 kg.can i use medium size as it fits perfectly on his neck?

    No answers
    Razorroo
    Razorrooasked

    For all purpose, don't laugh, is it possible to use insect spray, like mortain, or surface spray for cockies on the dog to keep the ticks away.
    The staff is always on hand, would it work and on which insects?

    3 answers
    Nicky
    Nicky

    It is concerning that you would actually even consider that. But good you asked at least before you used anything like that.
    Answer- NO Way. you would be spraying toxic fumes near your pet and its highly poisonous if they lick it off their coat. Its also a nerve toxin.
    Tick collars have a chemical used in them but its nothing like insect spray and works in a totally different manner.
    Using a tick collar can save your pets life because paralysis can occur after just a few hours of having a paralysis tick latched on. I have experienced this with my dog and had to get her on an anti venom drip from the vet. She recovered very well because I caught it in the early stages.
    Id rather use a tick collar than risk that.
    So NO WAY under any circumstances should anyone use insect spray like mortein on an animal. That would just be insane.

    Razorroo
    Razorroo

    Hi Nicky!
    Thank you for that info!

    im also have a giant african cockooroach Zumba as a pet.
    He's very strong and keeps tearing the collar off.
    I've ordered an alloy harness, helps keep him in check.
    I wonder if i can boil that collar in vinegar to fully dissolve and made a spray out of it?
    It would be great to keep the ticks away from them.
    Please advise.
    Thank you kindly.

    Edith F.
    Edith F.

    Bayer makes a product called Bayticol which is a tick wash liquid for cattle and farm dogs. It should work fine on your insect pet too if it doesn't kill him as well. But it's expensive, last time I checked. Try farm or rural suppliers.

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    CategoryTick & Flea Control Products
    Application TypeTopical
    Pet TypeDog
    Minimum Pet Age12 weeks
    Release dateDec 2006
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    • GTIN14: 09310160657572

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