The Tick Management Handbook

An integrated guide for homeowners, pest control operators, and public health officials for the prevention of tick-associated disease.

Ticks have become an increasing problem to people and animals in the United States. Ticks are obligate blood-feeders that require an animal host to survive and reproduce. They feed on a wide variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, and even amphibians. While most ticks feed on specific host animals and are not considered to be of medical or veterinary importance, several ticks have a wide host range and attack people, pets, or livestock. Ticks can be a nuisance; their bites can cause irritation and, in the case of some ticks, paralysis. Severe infestations on animals can cause anemia, weight loss, and even death from the consumption of large quantities of blood. Ticks can also transmit many human and animal disease pathogens, which include viruses, bacteria, rickettsia, and protozoa.

Insect Repellent for Humans

Non-Greasy, Odorless Flea and Tick Collar

About this item

  • Provides 7-months of continuous flea and tick prevention

  • Flea and Tick Shield flea and tick collar works through contact, so fleas and ticks do not have to bite your dog to pet.

  • Veterinarian-recommended flea and tick prevention for dogs in a convenient, odorless and non-greasy collar; No need for messy monthly treatments

  • Starts to repel and kill fleas within 24 hours of initial application

  • Flea and Tick Shield Flea and tick also helps treat and control sarcoptic mange and kills lice

Dog and Cat: $19.99

Directions for Use

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

Restrictions: Do not use on puppies under 12 weeks old. Do not unroll collar until ready to use. This collar is intended for use only as an insecticide.

Application Instructions:


Place the collar around the dog’s neck, adjust for proper fit, and buckle in place. The collar must be worn loosely to allow for growth of the dog and to permit the collar to move around the neck. A properly fitted collar is one that, when fastened, will snugly slide over the pet’s head. Leave 2 or 3 inches on the collar for extra adjustment and cut off and dispose of the extra length. The collar will begin to kill fleas, ticks and flea eggs and larvae immediately. Its full protection against harder to kill ticks will be built up within a few days after being placed on the pet. For continuous protection under normal conditions replace the collar every seven months.

  • Under conditions where pets are exposed to severe flea and tick infestations, it may be necessary to replace the collar more frequently. However, do not replace the collar any earlier than 5 months.

  • Wetting will not impair the collar’s effectiveness or the pet’s protection. If the pet goes swimming or is out in the rain it is not necessary to remove the collar. The collar may be worn with a regular collar.



Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through skin. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, or clothing. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet.


Restrictions: Do not use on puppies less than 12 weeks of age. Consult a veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, or medicated animals. If used on pregnant or nursing dogs, do not replace collar until the puppies are at least 12 weeks old. Do not use this product on animals simultaneously or within 30 days before or after treatment with or exposure to cholinesterase inhibiting drugs, pesticides, or similar chemicals.

Precautions: Sensitivity may occur after using ANY pesticide product for pets. Some animals may become irritated by any collar if it is applied too tightly. If this occurs, loosen the collar.

If irritation continues, remove the collar from the animal. If signs of sensitivity occur, remove the collar and bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately.

Atropine is antidotal. 2-PAM may be effective as an adjunct to atropine.

Call your local Poison Control Center for further information.


Contains an organophosphate that inhibits cholinesterase.

IF SWALLOWED: Call a Poison Control Center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a Poison Control Center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

IF ON SKIN OR CLOTHING: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice.

IF IN EYES: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice.

Have the product container or label with you when calling a Poison Control Center or doctor, or going for treatment. You may also contact 1-800-275-1414 for emergency medical treatment information, twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week.

Note to Physicians and Veterinarians: This product contains tetrachlorvinphos (an organophosphate) which is a cholinesterase inhibitor. Cholinergic symptoms may include salivation, miosis, incoordination, muscle fasciculation and/or weakness, vomiting and diarrhea.

Storage and Disposal

Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage and disposal.

Pesticide Storage: Keep this product in its tightly closed original container, when not in use. Store in a cool, dry (preferably locked) area that is inaccessible to children and animals.

Pesticide Disposal:

  • If empty: Non-refillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling if available.

  • If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.