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Johnson's Bitch & Deodorant Tablets for Dogs

  • 40 Tablets £2.98


Johnson's Bitch & Deodorant Tablets for Dogs help to minimise oestrus odours given off while a bitch is in season and can help discourage unwanted attention from other dogs. The tablets contain natural ingredients derived from plant extracts and can also be effective at controlling breath and body odour. Can be used in conjunction with Johnsons Bitch Spray.

Directions for use

Give the number of tablets as shown below twice daily, morning and evening. The rate may be increased if needed. Put tablet on back of tongue, hold mouth and stroke throat until tablet is swallowed. Alternatively, give in a tasty tidbit or crush and mix into food.

Small breeds 1 tablet
Medium breeds 2 tablets
Large breeds 3-4 tablets

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How may tablets should I use?

5th Oct 2016
Rotties mum
  • VioVet Customer Since: February 2012
  • From: Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

My rottweiler is 6 months old and just starting her first season. As she is not fully grown yet but probably weighs about 25 - 30 kg should I use the medium breed dosage or still give large breed amount?

  • Veterinary Surgeon

The large breed dosage wouldn't do your bitch any harm but the medium breed tablets should be adequate for her at the moment.