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At Hartz, our mission is to enhance the relationship between you and your pet, and we pledge to make this relationship more rewarding and fun for both of you. We are committed to providing you with effective and affordable products that eliminate fleas, ticks and mosquitoes to keep your pet pest-free. Hartz® UltraGuard® is committed to offering you flea and tick protection for less.


Hartz UltraGuard® products offer the most cost effective protection against adult fleas and ticks. However, to protect your pet and home environment against flea eggs, flea larvae and reinfestation, use Hartz® UltraGuard Pro® and Hartz® UltraGuard Plus products. These products contain insect growth regulators (IGR) that not only kill fleas and ticks but also stop the flea life cycle by killing flea eggs and larvae. Insect growth regulators (IGR) halt current infestations and prevent future reinfestations. These products help to protect your pet and home environment from the nuisance of fleas and ticks.


For every visible adult flea there are many more flea eggs, larvae and pupae in the surrounding environment that you do not see. Treating infested areas as soon as the problem is recognized is vital in stopping the flea life cycle. Products like Hartz Flea and Hartz Flea & Tick, Home Spray and Foggers quickly kill fleas and ticks and stop the flea life cycle, halt current infestation and prevent future infestations.


Did you know that female fleas start producing eggs within 24-48 hours after taking their first bloodmeal and can lay 40-50 eggs per day. These eggs drop off the host onto carpeting, flooring, pet bedding, etc. and can quickly infest the home. Flea eggs and larvae are the first 2 of 4 stages in the flea life cycle. If these two are not terminated, the larvae will easily molt into pupae. Insect growth regulators (IGR) in Hartz® UltraGuard Pro® Hartz® UltraGuard Plus products kill flea eggs and larvae halting the flea life cycle.

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