Biteback 'Tac-Tick'™ Ultra-safe Tick and Flea Spray

Biteback Tac-Tick™ provides a full service solution for ticks: not only will it prevent them attaching in the first place, but you can also use it to painlessly remove them.

Disease-carrying ticks are found across the UK, but are particularly prevalent in parks and countryside. They wait in the long grass for an opportunity to attach themselves to you or your pet, and they can often go un-noticed at first. Unfortunately they can transmit bacteria and microbes when they bite, including Lyme's Disease, which can cause long term health issues. 

Used regularly, Biteback's Tac-Tick will prevent parasites such as ticks and fleas attaching in the first place. If a tick has already attached, applying the lotion directly (using a cotton bud) will cause it to drop off. 

We've carefully chosen ingredients that are effective, yet gentle and kind. They include: 20% Icaridin,a plant-based repellent, liquid paraffin as a skin softener; vegetable waxes and xanthan gum to create the right consistency; and softened water.  This is a gentle formula with no harsh or harmful chemicals, which will also condition your pet's coat and not dry your skin or that of your pet

  • Icaridin is environmentally friendly and, at this 20% concentration, is safe to use around other pets and young children
  • How to apply:  
    • Simply spray onto lower legs and especially before you and your pet go out exploring the countryside!  
    • The Canyon spray is very fine and is economical in use. 
    • When fleas have been found on your pet, apply Tac-Tick every 2 days and comb through thoroughly with a fine flea comb, until no more are found, The solution provides an oily barrier to prevent fleas biting.  If fleas are found on a pet, launder all bedding at 60 degrees to prevent re-occurrence. 

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