WOOF WASH™ FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO BENEFITS
Woof Wash™ Flea & Tick Shampoo kills fleas & ticks on-contact with permethrin, while also gently cleaning and exfoliating your pet. Leaves coat soft & lustrous while boosting hair condition, shine and luster. For dogs over 12 weeks of age only. NOT USE FOR CATS.
Kills Fleas & Ticks On Contact: Formulated with permethrin for maximum control of fleas & ticks.
Cleans: Naturally derived cleansers gently remove dirt and debris to leave pet looking and smelling its best.
Exfoliates: Helps to shed old and dead skin cells from the epidermis (top layer of skin).
Leaves Coat Soft & Lustrous: Ultra-moisturizing formula to boost hair condition, shine and luster.
Paraben-Free: Parabens have been found to mimic estrogen in the body – and when levels are disrupted, a link has developed with breast cancer & reproductive issues. All Woof Wash™ formulas are Paraben-Free, to promote the safety, well-being and health of your pet.
Soap-Free: Only the gentlest, naturally derived cleansers are used in Woof Wash™ formulas. Contains no harsh soaps or damaging detergents.
pH Balanced: Pet’s sensitive skin requires pH balanced treatment. Human shampoos are formulated at a lower pH (more acidic) – and should not be used on your pet.
Bi-Lingual English & Spanish Packaging
Follow instructions on product packaging carefully. When shampooing animal, avoid eyes. Use cloth or sponge to shampoo around animal’s eyes. Wear rubber gloves when applying this product. Thoroughly wet the entire hair-coat with warm water and then apply enough shampoo to make a lather and work thoroughly into the hair-coat. For maximum parasite control allow lather to remain in contact with skin for ﬁve to ten minutes before rinsing. Do not reapply product for 7 days. Do not use on cats. Do not use on puppies less than 12 weeks of age.
Inert ingredients, Permethrin , dimethyl cyclopropanecarboxylate.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Not safe for cats
Store in the original container in a dry, cool place, and away from sunlight, at a temperature below 86°F or 30°C.