Promika is a supplier of pet health products that offers pet owners generic alternatives with the same active ingredients as higher priced flea & tick protection products.
Your Pet, Our Priority
Your trusted source for affordable flea & tick products.
Welcome to Promika, a companion animal health company dedicated to helping you keep your pets healthier. We provide affordable flea and tick options to keep your pet healthier, and you – and your pet – happier. Whatever your needs, we have a product to work for you.
Protecting your dog or cat with the leading and most recommended ingredients has never been easier. Whether you need a spot on, collar, spray or shampoo, we have a product to fit your needs.
Compare Our Products and Choose the Flea & Tick Protection That Works Best for You.
Eggs & Larvae
Advantage® II For Dogs
VetGuard® Plus For Dogs
Frontline® Plus For Dogs
Scalibor® Protector Band For Dogs
Eggs & Larvae
Advantage® II For Cats
VetGuard® Plus For Cats
Frontline® Plus For Cats
Eggs & Larvae
Health & Wellness
Cats and Dogs
Fast-acting relief from irritations and bites. Contains soothing aloe to help relieve itching and soothe skin irritations. Promotes healing of abrasions, scrapes, skin irritations and rashes.
Dogs and Puppies
Conditions hair and moisturizes dry skin with a gentle formula that won’t wash away topical treatments. Leaves a clean, shiny coat and a long-lasting ocean breeze scent.
Keeping your dogs and cats healthy starts with protecting them from fleas and ticks.
Break the Flea Life Cycle
Fleas may seem like just a nuisance, but they can cause all sorts of problems – for you and your pet. These troublesome tormenters spread dangerous diseases. Understanding what makes them so difficult to control can give you the edge in choosing a product that works best for your needs.
Fleas transmit diseases like tapeworm and can cause flea allergy dermatitis and anemia. It takes a single flea a matter of days to lay hundreds of eggs on your dog. To prevent your home from being infested, you have to kill not only the adult fleas, but their eggs and larvae too.
Ticks are not only disgusting, they can be a danger to pets and people. They latch onto your pet to feed and don’t stop until engorged with blood. Tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, babesiosis and ehrlichiosis can be dangerous for pets and deadly for humans.
American Dog Tick
Found east of the Rocky Mountains, this tick feeds on dogs, cats, humans, cattle, horses and other large mammals. It can transmit the potentially deadly Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, tularemia and human granulocytic ehrlichiosis.
Brown Dog Tick
This tick almost exclusively attacks dogs and is found throughout the United States.
Adult deer ticks are tiny. Males are black, and females have a dark red abdomen and a black shield near the head. Females swell to double in size when fully engorged after feeding. Deer ticks can carry Lyme disease, which is potentially fatal in humans and animals.
Lone Star Tick
Primarily found in the eastern, southeastern and south-central United States, this aggressive tick feeds on mammals and birds alike. The female has a distinctive white spot on its back.
Other Tips for Flea and Tick Control
If you have fleas in your home, monthly use of a topical treatment like ZoGuard Plus or ShieldTec Plus will stop the flea cycle. After treating your pet, you must also treat your pet’s environment to ensure the cycle is broken.
– Wash your pet’s bedding and any other items on which they sleep or rest
– Vacuum upholstery and carpets in the entire house
– Treat your yard with an approved product and mow regularly to keep grass short
– Continue to use a collar or monthly topical treatment, even in the winter
Avoid the Bite to Prevent Disease Transmission
Don't Get Bit By Oral Flea & Tick Products
Oral flea and tick medications are becoming more popular and work great on adult fleas. But vet-prescribed oral flea and tick treatments can’t repel fleas or ticks. That means fleas or ticks must bite your dog or cat – exposing your pet to risk of disease transmission – before the pest is killed. These oral flea medications only control adult fleas – they don't kill flea eggs and larvae – so any eggs and larvae that fall off your pet into your home can cause an infestation. Oral medications also carry the risk of upsetting the stomach, and if your pets take the medication but spit it up later, they will not have protection.