Capstar Flea Treatment For Dogs Over 11kg 6 Pack

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SKU
I248281
Ftw Application Type
Tablet
Care Instructions
Administer one tablet on any day when fleas are evident on your pet. Repeat on any subsequent day when fleas are again evident on your pet. . Flea detection can be achieved by examining the skin for signs of flea activity by parting the pets coat. Effective long term flea control demands an integrated approach. This means breaking the flea breeding cycle by using products, such as Prac-tic in dogs, alongside Capstar tablets. Regular washing of animal bedding and vacuuming carpets will also help control fleas in the pet's environment. Capstar tablets should be used when fleas are found on your pet. There are no known contra-indications to the use of this product
Description
The oral treatment for fast acting knockdown of adult fleas on cats and dogs over11kg. Capstar tablets can be administered to kittens and puppies from four weeks of age.
Ingredients
11.4mg Nitenpyram

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