• Looking for an effective and affordable way to protect your dog from fleas and ticks? Get that protection from Sergeant’s Guardian.

    Sergeant’s Guardian Topical is a prevention for dogs that kills and repels fleas and ticks for up to 4 weeks. Sergeant’s Guardian is an affordable way to protect your dog from fleas and ticks.

    • Kills fleas
    • Kills ticks
    • Protection for up to 4 weeks
    • For dogs 7-33 lbs and over 6 months of age
    • 3-month supply
    • Always be sure to look at the label before applying.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO APPLY PRODUCT. TO PREVENT HARM TO YOU AND YOUR DOG, READ ENTIRE LABEL BEFORE EACH USE. FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS CAREFULLY. Do not use on cats or animals others than dogs. Do not allow your dog to ingest this product. Do not use on puppies under 6 months of age or less than 7 lbs. Use entire contents of tube vial on each dog. [Do not split one tube between dogs.] Do not use multiple tubes on one dog. Weigh your dog to be sure you are applying the right dose formulated for the weight of your dog. Separate the treated dog from all other dogs and cats for 24 hours after treatment has been applied. Treated dogs should not be allowed to go swimming for 12 hours following treatment. Repeat applications may be made as necessary, but no do apply at intervals less than 7 days.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Always be sure to look at the label before applying.

    ONLY for dogs weighing 7 to 33 lbs and 6 months or older, the contents of the package provides a 3 months supply. Do not apply to dogs weighing less than 7 lbs.

    1. Remove product tube from the package. Holding tube with top end pointing up and away from the face and body, cut off top end.
    2. Use open end to part the dog’s coat to expose the skin between the shoulder blades, at the nape of the neck.
    3. Squeeze the entire contents of one tube onto exposed skin. If the dog’s coat is subsequently wetted, such as when shampooing, the 4-week period of protection may be reduced.