Activyl® Protector Band for Dogs

No Fleas, No Ticks, No Worries

Providing an effective way of controlling ticks & fleas for your dog.

Ticks, and the disease organisms they carry, including Lyme disease, are found all over the United States. These diseases can affect not only your pet, but everyone in your household. Activyl® Protector Band for Dogs uses trusted and proven flea and tick control for double killing power.

It's easy to use and fully adjustable, making it perfect for all size dogs. Odorless protection works great for indoor and outdoor dogs to provide waterproof protection that lasts for up to 6 months. Feel free to ask your veterinarian for more info.

This product is for dogs only. If your cat has fleas, learn more about Activyl for Cats

Learn how Activyl Protector Band for Dogs works for your pet.

Activyl Protector Band for Dogs provides a steady release of proven tick and flea controls into an easy-to-apply collar that requires no dry time or troublesome sizing. The collar's active ingredient spreads naturally into your dog's fur—creating a protective barrier from fleas and ticks.

Activyl Protector Band for Dogs kills up to 98% of ticks within 24 hours* and also provides up to 6 months of protection against fleas*.


Learn how to apply Activyl Protector Band for Dogs in a few quick steps.

Directions for use:
Activyl Protector Band for Dogs is easy to use and requires no dry time for your pet. For best defense against fleas and ticks, apply at least 10-14 days before expected exposure.

Safety and Tips

Container Handling Instructions

Do not open protective pouch until ready to use. Do not reuse container or used collar. Dispose of excess collar length by wrapping in newspaper and placing in trash.

Water Resistant3

Activyl® Protector Band goes where your dog goes! It's water resistant, so there's no need to remove it before your dog swims or walks in the rain. It remains effective, wet or dry for 6 months.

Do not use on cats

View Activyl for Cats to learn about safe methods for treating your cat for fleas.

Learn more
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  3. Data on file, Merck Animal Health
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  5. Frontline® is a registered trademark of Merial.
  6. Dryden MW, et al. Parasites & Vectors. 2013;6:366.