Advantage Flea Treatment For Dogs Over 25kg - 6 Pack

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SKU
I246682
Ftw Application Type
Chewable Tablet
Care Instructions
Treat all pets in the household. This product is waterfast, so can be used on pets that like to swim. Apply on a dry coat and do not let your pet get wet for another 48 hours. Individual sensitivities, while rare, may occur after using any pesticide product for pets. If signs persist, or become more severe, consult a veterinarian immediately.
Description
This Advantage flea treatment is for dogs over 25 kg. It is for the treatment and prevention of fleas on large dogs. It reduces the incidence of flea allergy Dermatitis and controls lice. One application starts to work within 20 minutes of application and lasts for a month. It is convenient and easy to apply.
Ingredients
The active ingredient imidacloprid works to kill fleas via contact, which means the flea does not have to bite to be affected. It is safe to use on puppies from 8 weeks old. Unweaneds puppies are treated via contact with their mother that has been treated.

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