Vectra’s Protect The Love Sweepstakes

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Vectra flea & tick control for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.


Do you have a pet dog? Are you concerned about your pet getting infected by fleas? It's not unusual for pet dogs to get vectors like fleas and ticks that transmit infections. So it's very important for us to make sure that they are safe from these parasites so we can protect our dog and our family.
Vectra 3D does exactly that. It protects your dog from these dangerous vectors by repelling and killing fleas, ticks, lice, mites and more! It's fast-acting because it kills on contact and reduces flea feeding within 5 minutes. What's really good about Vectra is that it continues to be effective on your dog for one month even after bathing. It is easy to use with its applicator and it can be used to protect puppies as young as 7 weeks. Vectra 3D however is not intended for cats.


Take a look at your pet dog and imagine them being really uncomfortable because of fleas. It's such a bad picture right? I remember our pet dog when I was young. He was full of fleas and it was not a good sight! Not only did he not look good because of all the wounds from scratching. He also did not look good because you can see that he's very uncomfortable. If only I knew of something like Vectra 3D back then. He's gone now but I know I'll never want that to happen to any other dog.



Start protecting your dog by availing of a free dose of Vectra flea & tick control from your nearest Vectra vet! Just simply enter to win a $100 gift card for use on your pet's next veterinary visit, then go to and fill out the form to get your coupon for a free Vectra dose!

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Vectra’s Protect The Love Sweepstakes — 2 Comments

  1. Flea and tick prevention is so important – in the area of our vacation home (Crete) dogs die every summer from flea and tick infestation.