Fiprofort Tick & Flea Control Spray for Dog & Cats, 250ml


Fipronil is a new generation broad-spectrum ectoparasiticidal belonging to phenylpyrazole class. Fipronil disrupts the insect’s central nervous system by blocking the passage of chloride ions through the GABA receptor and glutamate receptor (GluCl).


Fiprofort Tick & Flea Control Spray for Dog & Cats, 250ml


For effective treatment and prevention of all life stages of ectoparasites i.e. tick (including ticks responsible for tick fever), flea (flea allergy dermatitis) and lice in Dogs and Cats.


  • Hold the bottle in upright position. Ruffle the animal’s coat while applying spray mist to its body.
  • Put a pair of disposable gloves.
  • Spray on the body of animal from a distance of 10-20 cm against the direction of hair in a well-ventilated room (if you are treating a dog, you may prefer to treat it outside).
  • Apply on entire body concentrating on affected area. Coat the spray all over to make sure the spray gets right down to the skin.
  • Allow animal to air dry. Do not towel dry.


In order to wet the coat down to the skin it is recommended that the following application rates be used:

Short-haired animals (<1.5 cm) – A minimum of 3 ml/kg body mass = 7.5 mg of active material kg/body mass.

Long-haired animals (>1.5 cm) – A minimum of 6 ml/kg body mass = 15 mg of active material kg/body mass.


  • Avoid spraying into eyes while spraying on face. To prevent spraying into eyes and to ensure proper coverage on head in nervous animals, puppies and kittens spray Fiprofort onto your gloves and rub on face and other body parts.
  • Do not allow animal to lick the spray.
  • Do not shampoo for at least 2 days before and after Fiprofort treatment.
  • Do not smoke, eat or drink during application.
  • Wear gloves during spraying.
  • Wash the hands after use.
  • Spray in well-ventilated area.
  • Keep sprayed animals away from source of heat until animal gets dry.
  • Do not spray directly on the area of damaged skin.


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