Tick Insecticides

Ticks are capable of transmitting several disease pathogens, second behind mosquitoes.  Ticks take large blood meals several times during growth and most are from many different hosts making them good transmitters of disease pathogens.  Ticks can produce chemicals during feeding that prevent a host from knowing they are there.  Many products are labeled for tick control and prevention.

Lone Star Tick

Photo courtesy of John Jackman


Dust   Spot On   Chewables
PYthon Dust Advantage II for Cats Sentinel Flavor Tabs
GardStar Garden & Poultry Dust Advantage Multi for Cats
Advantage II for Dogs
Advantage Multi for Dogs
K9 Advantix II®
Frontline Plus for Dogs
PetArmor for Dogs
Frontline Plus for Cats
PetArmor for Cats
SpectraSure for Cats
SpectraSure for Dogs
Eartags   Pour-on   Sprays
CyLence Ultra Permectrin S (Synergized Insecticide Co-Ral Fly and tick spray
Corathon Atroban Delice Pour-on Insecticide Catron IV
Dominator Permectrin CDS Pour-on Insecticide Permectrin II Spray Insecticide
Patriot BRUTE Pour-on GardStar 40% EC Livestock and Premise Insecticide
Double Barrel VP Boss Pour-on Insecticide Atroban 11% EC Insecticidal Spray
XP 820 Permethrin 1% pour-on cattle and sheep insecticide Fly-Rid Plus
PYthon  Tengard SFR
GardStar Plus
Liquid Concentration      
Co-Ral Fly & Tick Spray
Rabon 50 WP Insecticide
Ravap EC Broad Spectrum Insecticide
Tuttle’s BRUTE Insecticide
Atroban 42.5% EC
Taktic EC
Permethrin 10% Rapid Kill Insecticide Concentrate
Pest Rid 10% Concentrate Multi-purpose Insecticide
Prolate/Lintox-HD  * Contact Dr. Swiger for more informationslswiger@ag.tamu.edu


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