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Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats and Rabbits

Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats and Rabbits Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats and Rabbits Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats and Rabbits
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  • 80 Large Cats & Pet Rabbits » 4 Pipettes £10.50

Description

Why Worry about fleas?

Fleas can cause more than just irritation in dogs; they can lead to flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) or even anaemia (if it’s a severe infestation). Some pets develop allergies to flea saliva, which means even a few bites can lead to severe itching and sore skin infected fleas can also transmit tapeworm if swallowed during grooming. All very nasty stuff.

What’s more, fleas don’t just bite your furry friend, they bite humans too and can infest your home causing irritation to you and your family. Did you know it can take months to get rid of a infestation in your home as only 5% of fleas lice on tour pet, the other 95% are in your home environment as eggs, larvae and pupae.

One application of advantage, the vet-recommended flea treatment, with its fuss-free pipette application gets to work within one day and remains effective for up to four weeks. Advantage is able to kill fleas through contact, no biting required. *

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Reviews (125)

Summary of Reviews for Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats and Rabbits

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
124 out of 125 (99%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (104 reviews)
4 stars (17 reviews)
3 stars (3 reviews)
2 stars (1 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 excellent pruct
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By on 16 January 2020

suita my cat

Customer recommends this product

55 Advantage
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By on 14 January 2020

Always happy with the results, luca is a house cat but tia goes out so can come into contact with fleas so I keep them up to date with advantage. I can happily say both cats are free from fleas so 100% results thankfully

Customer recommends this product

55 Needed
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By on 22 December 2019

Very good

Customer recommends this product

55 Good
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By on 18 December 2019

Good product

Customer recommends this product

45 good
Verified Purchase

By on 18 November 2019

effective

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats and Rabbits, including answers from our team.

22 September 2019 at 3:17pm

Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats >> 4 Pipettes

Stephen

I'm a bit confused re your listing for Advantage 80 Spot On Flea Control Large Cats >> 4 Pipettes special offer price £7.91

Are you selling 80 Pipettes or 4 Pipettes for £7.91?

  • VioVet Staff

Hello

Thanky ou for your review.

80 represents the strength of the product as it contains 80mg of active ingredient. These packs contain 4 pipettes.

I hope this helps.

4 September 2019 at 2:36am

Cat fleas

diane harvey

have just used frontline flea treatment on my cat 3 days ago but she is still digging is it ok to treat her with advantage now?

  • VioVet Staff

You shouldn't need to use Advantage if you have applied Frontline. Fleas which come into contact with Frontline will die after about 24 hours. Any fleas living on an animal will be dead within two days of Frontline being applied. However it is important to know that fleas spend much of their life not on the animal at all. This means that treating your cat or dog will not get rid of all the fleas. Many will be living in the pet's bedding, in carpets, or in any nooks and crannies they can find. Female fleas lay eggs as they wander through the fur. These eggs drop to the ground where they hatch and develop. This can happen very quickly in warm, muggy weather. But if it is cold (or very dry), they can remain dormant for a long time, becoming active when it warms up. These new fleas will jump onto your pets (or sometimes even you) when they develop. This is why people often discover a flea problem when they switch the central heating on in late autumn. Dormant fleas (in the form of pupae) are stimulated into activity by the warmth. Therefore if you are aware of fleas on your pets, you can be pretty sure that you are seeing a small fraction of the total population. (It is often claimed that there will be up to 100 fleas living in the environment of our pets, for every one found on a pet!) Therefore if you are still seeing fleas on your cat, it is very important to treat the whole house with an insecticide, to vacuum carpets frequently, and to wash any bedding if possible. I would suggest RIP Fleas or Indorex.