Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot On Treatment Review


Fleas and ticks can cause a host of problems in both pets and humans, so it’s important that you take the necessary measures to keep them out of your house by controlling infestations on your pet.

There are a host of different products that all claim to do the same thing but one of the most popular solutions is flea drops.

There are dozens of different products available at the store or from your vet, so let us help you find the right one. Today we’ll examine how Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot-On Treatment works.

Company Claims

Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot-On is available in different dosages for toy dogs, medium sized dogs, and large and extra large dogs as well. It’s also available for cats.

The once a month topical treatment claims to kill flea, eggs, larvae, and eggs, and also prevents re-infestation.

Here’s a drilldown of what you can use it for:

  • Fleas
  • Ticks
  • Flea and tick eggs
  • Larvae
  • Killing and repelling mosquitoes

Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot-On treatment starts killing fleas and ticks within 15 minute of application. It’s not clear how much time it takes to kill all infecting fleas and ticks.

The treatments come in packs of 3-month supplies.

How it Works

Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot-On treatment works by killing fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. It has the following active ingredients:

  • Etofenprox
  • (S)-methoprene
  • Piperonyl botuxide
  • Other undisclosed ingredients

Logically, the quantity of ingredients varies depending on the type of dosage.

Etofenprox is a pyrethroid that is harmless to humans and is environment friendly. It acts by opening sodium channels in neuronal membranes causing paralysis and death.

Etofenprox is always combined with piperonyl botuxide, which is an organic compound. It allows pyrethroid to remain in the animal for a longer time.

(S)-methoprene acts as a growth inhibitor to prevent larvae and eggs from becoming adults.

Usage Information

Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot-On treatment is waterproof, but you should allow 24 hours for the treatment to dry before bathing or exposing your pet to water.

It should be applied once a month for up to three months, preferably on the same day.

The treatment should only be used on dogs that are older than 6 months. There is no age information available for cats.

Product Warnings and Side Effects

Though there are no reported side effects, some pets can react badly to Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot-On. Side effects may include itching, inflammation, and thinning fur.


We’ve seen a mix of positive and negative reviews for Adam's Flea and Tick Spot On. Some pet owners claim that the product didn’t work for their pet while others are happy with the performance of the treatment. It all boils down to the fact that what works wonders for one pet doesn’t help another at all.

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If you’ve used Adam’s Spot On, please tell us about your experience in the comments section below.

2 Responses to “Adam’s Flea and Tick Spot On Treatment Review”
  1. Virginia wildblood says:

    I have used Adams Pentagon for three months and keep taking ticks out of my dog so going back to Frontline! My daughter uses it on her poodle and is finding fleas after just 10 days! Not a good product!

  2. calista says:

    don’t waste your money.. Adams pentagon does not work..I’ve used for 2 months and the fleas are still there and multiplying.

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