Arctick for Pets Freeze and Kill Ticks



Directions for use: 1.) Locate the tick. 2.) Place the spray nozzle at the head of the tick. 3.) Spray once, repeat once more if necessary. Press nozzle completely down until stream stops. 4.) Do not exceed three sprays per area. 5.) Grasp tick with supplied tweezers and rock to dislodge from skin and dispose in trash. 6.) Wash area with soap and water. Easy as 1-2-3. 1. Freeze. 2. Squeeze. 3. Pull out.



Arctick® for Pets Freeze and Kill Ticks. Made in USA. New technology! Veterinarian approved. University tested. FDA registered. 100% safe for your pets*. 100% deadly for ticks. Kills ticks instantly to help prevent the transmission of on board diseases. *When used as directed. Finally a safe alternative to spot-on pesticide treatments.

Other Description

Arctick® is a FDA registered non-toxic spray that instantly freezes and kills ticks on contact. By immobilizing the tick before removal, you effectively stop the transmission of fluids between the tick and your pet. It was designed to help prevent the spread of infectious disease which may occur during the removal of the tick. It is environmentally friendly, economical, safe, and proven to be 100% effective in laboratory testing. Contains no CFCs or other ozone depleting substances. Federal regulations prohibit CFC propellants in aerosols. The dangers of Lyme disease. Learn more about Lyme disease, including answers to frequently asked questions, the natural history of Lyme disease, visit the CDC (center for disease control) website: You love your pet, we make it easier! M2pets. Revolutionary products for your pet!


Avoid contact with eyes. Can cause frostbite. Use only as directed. Avoid spraying in eyes. Contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate. Do not store in temperatures above 120 degrees F, or in direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact poison control immediately.
Caution: avoid prolonged breathing of vapors or spray. Inhalation of concentrated levels may cause dizziness.
First Aid: Eyes - flush with clear water for 15 minutes. Call a physician immediately.
Skin - wash exposed area with soap and water. For frostbite, call a physician immediately.
Inhalation - move to fresh air.