Keep Your Pets Protected From Fleas & Ticks All Summer Long w/ PetArmor Plus

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PetArmor Plus to the rescue!

Worried about fleas & ticks on your pet this summer?🙋🏻‍♀️🐶 PetArmor Plus is here to keep your furry friends protected from fleas and ticks all year long! It helps stop infestations and re-infestations with its fast-acting waterproof formula.

Stressed out about ticks? Just one treatment kills ticks that can transmit Lyme Disease and helps to break the flea life cycle by killing flea eggs and larvae for up to 12 weeks. PHEW!

Vet Quality, Vet Approved!

We love taking our dog (Yoli) on long walks. She’s outside with us often in the summer. It’s nice to know that there is an affordable option to keep her protected from fleas and ticks…

Here’s your chance to save on PetArmor Plus!

Head on over here where you can print a coupon to save $2/1 PetArmor Plus for Dogs or Cats 3-6 Count – valid for 30 days after printing (click ‘Special Offers’ to find the coupon).

Even sweeter, through June 26th you can score a whopping $3 cash back from Ibotta when you buy PetArmor for Cats or Dogs at Walmart.

Keep your pet protected with this Walmart Deal (valid through 6/26):

Pet Armor Plus for Dogs 3-Application Pack $27.54 (regular price)
Use the $2/1 PetArmor Plus for Dogs or Cats 3-6 Count size printable coupon
Pay: $25.54
Get $3 cash back from Ibotta when you buy PetArmor Plus for Dogs 3-count box at Walmart (exp 6/28)
Final cost only $22.54 – just $7.51 per treatment!

PLUS, now through August 31st, be sure to enter the PetArmor Plus “Vet Quality Vet Approved” Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of ten Grand Prize Packages valued at $450 – just for sharing a photo of your pet! The ten lucky winners will be randomly selected around September 5, 2018.

Each Grand Prize Pack will include a $200 Walmart Gift Card and a Pet Approved Accessory Package for a dog or cat valued at $250! Sweet!

Entering is super easy, just go here and upload your favorite photo of your pet, add a frame and stickers, then submit your contact information. Easy Peasy!

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Comments 13

  1. Kristina

    My local Wal-Mart had the Pet Armor Plus 6 pack’s for $30.

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great find!

  2. Laura

    I refuse to use these products on my dog. These products don’t fight against ticks and fleas – they kill the large with poison – IN YOUR DOG!! Please do some research – essential oils can protect your dog from ticks and fleas

    • Jeanette

      Which oils do you use? Do you use a carrier oil? How often do you put it on?

      • Laura

        I currently buy a natural bug spray from da- aromatherapy – its good for people and dogs. One bottle is around $20 with shipping. Heart worm Meds can run $25 a month – so the price didn’t bother me.
        We have a pug, so for her I spray 2 squirts in my hands and rub her down head to tail in the morning – no more mosquitos swarming to her. Now she doesn’t romp through weeds and woods – so for us this works.
        Mygreenfills is changing their big soray formula so you can use on dogs. I currently have their old formula that contains cat nip – so that’s just for us humans
        But you can probably make your own – just google natural dog bug spray

    • Kathleen

      I agree with all of this! All these companies care about is making money! They don’t care if they are poisoning your pet.

  3. Rebecca

    We use the Bayer Seresto collars, which last for 7-8 months. They are about $50, shopping around with coupon codes I usually get them for $35. We discovered these with our last dog, who was older, had been abused and was extremely reluctant to let us put anything on her(even as easy as a squeeze on flea treatment). Instead of battling her once a month to put something on her, we’d do it once every 7 months, so much better. We live in FL so fleas are a big problem year-round, and these have always worked for us, even protecting a dog with an extreme flea allergy.

  4. Maggie

    The active ingredient in Pet Armor is Fipronil, same as Frontline. It went off patent years ago. The problem is that it’s such and “old” chemical that fleas in some regions are suspected of being resistant — Fipronil does nothing to rid my foster dogs of fleas, and the shelter vet said that she stopped using it in the shelter because of suspected resistance. However, it reportedly still works great in other areas (esp. up north). Call and ask your vet’s staff if Fipronil is still working in your area before stocking up on this deal — the vets tend to know what’s effective locally, and what’s not!

    • Dr. Sabra Lucas

      Maggie – great comment! Thank you for posting an educated and knowledgable response. I am a vet & I try to tell everyone to just call if you have questions! I would rather have clients spend their money wisely & definitely use products that work. Your pets do not have to have fleas. (1 flea lays about 50 eggs per day, so it doesn’t take long for your pets & house to be infested.)

      The flea resistance to topical meds, seem to happen every 5 yrs. or so. I stopped recommending fipronil products about 2 years ago. Again, PLEASE ask your veterinarian for recommendations if you have any concerns – that is why we are here – to care for your pets! There are several great choices available now – tablets, topical & a collar. (And there are ways to save money on those products – just ask!)
      *And don’t forget about monthly Heartworm prevention!

    • JamieD89

      I work at an open intake shelter in NC. Fleas and ticks are ridiculous already this year. Same with my personal dogs. We live in the country/woods and frontline, advantage, and advantix has done NOTHING for the past 3-4 years for us at my house for fleas or ticks. We went with Seresto collars this year at my house. LOVE THEM! Not one flea or tick since we put them on. We have also treated our yards before with diatomaceous earth for flea problems (we have a lot of wildlife especially wild bunnies that have infested our yards before) and it has worked wonders.
      A lot of animals that come through our shelter have never been treated for fleas/ticks (let alone heart worms) and most of the ones that have been treated were treated with horrible products like “Adams or Hartz” products from Walmart. Don’t get me started on the flea collars from Walmart or Dollar General either 😬
      Anyway, I am a firm believer in Seresto products for this year! May have to switch to something different next year but so far so good!

      • Dr. Lucas

        Bayer makes a great yard spray that is effective against parasites. (Diatomaceous earth can be irritating to the lungs with some pets.) I try not to push one product – however, I have used Seresto collars, Bravecto, & Simparica on my own pets. They all did well – on my pets. (The collars can be less effective if you have dogs that chew & pull on them. My pups chewed them off of each other)

  5. Emily

    We used to buy Frontline without any issues but I gave this a try more than a year ago just for the cost savings and I’ve never looked back. We live in Pennsylvania which is the hotbed for ticks and we are very good about applying it on the 1st of every month. Our property is surrounded by woods, we have a ton of deer, and we may let our grass get a little higher than we’d like from time to time, and it works great because we’ve never seen a flea or tick on her.

  6. Nancy Dill

    My dogs are outside dogs. For flea and tick prevention I use Pet Armor Plus. So far so good! Havent seen any fleas or ticks. I also keep my grass short. And I sprinkle Sevin Dust 5 percent, on the grass around my deck, and under the deck. I also sprinkle a little on the deck. My dogs tend to spend most of their time there. I also live in the country/woods. My combo seems to work great!

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