VetGuard Plus for Dogs


There are dozens of flea and tick products to choose from, but for complete, proven flea and tick protection, choose VetGuard Plus. Developed by VetIQ, VetGuard Plus protects your dog with a vet recommended, triple-action formula.

Triple Action Formula:

  • Kills adult fleas and ticks.  Has demonstrated greater than 92% control of fleas within one day of application.  Kills lice and mites for up to 4 weeks.
  • Prevents eggs and larvae from becoming adults.  Kills Flea Eggs and Larvae for up to 4 months.
  • Repels new pests from coming in contact with your dog.


VetGuard Plus provides two active ingredients that work together to keep pesky invaders off and away from your dog.

Permethrin – a powerful, fast-acting insecticide that kills and repels adult fleas, lice, ticks, and other invaders for up to four weeks with just one application.

And, Pyriproxyfen (Nylar) – an insect growth regulator that targets and destroys flea larvae, keeping future generations off your dog.

Vet Guard Plus is an affordable solution that protects your dog for just a fraction of the cost of brands such as Bayer K9 Advantix and Frontline Plus. VetGuard Plus is made in America and for use on dogs over 12 weeks of age.

Chart: VetGuard Plus as compared to leading competitors

As with all flea and tick control products, VetGuard Plus should be used as part of a program aimed at reducing flea populations in the dog’s environment (bedding, carpets, kennel, and yards). Consult your veterinarian, entomologist, or retailer for program recommendations.

Now flea and tick control can be a more comfortable experience for you and your pet. So, protect your pet from fleas, ticks and other invaders the smart and affordable way. Try VetGuard Plus today!

Active Ingredients

  • Permethrin – 45.0%
  • Pyriproxyfen (Nylar®) – 5.0%
  • Other Ingredients – 50.0%

Patented Formulation:

  • US Patent #5,942,525
  • EPA Reg. #67505-88966


* Based upon studies on file.
** While the EPA has approved our claim that VetGuard Plus kills and repels mites, due to the nature of a mite infestation, you should consult your veterinarian for suggestions for a complete program to eliminate them.