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Spalding Labs Fly Predators

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Tired of nasty flies swarming around your dog's kennel? For 32 years Spalding Labs has supplied safe, natural, biological fly control to animal owners nationwide. Fly Predators are the natural enemies of flies, but never harm people or animals.

Sprinkle a small bag of Fly Predators near dog manure as the weather turns warm, then continue to release monthly through the summer. Fly Predators eliminate the next generation of pest flies, which is key to a fly-free environment.

Contact: Spalding Laboratories, Dept. WF; (888) 215-2825.


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