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Profender Spot-on Solution for Cats

Profender Spot-on Solution for Cats
Large Cats 5-8kg » 2 Pipettes Large Cats 5-8kg » 2 Pipettes Large Cats 5-8kg » 2 Pipettes

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  • Large Cats 5-8kg » 2 Pipettes £14.50
  • Large Cats 5-8kg » 20 Pipettes £134.99
  • Medium Cats 2.5-5kg » 2 Pipettes £13.99
  • Medium Cats 2.5-5kg » 20 Pipettes £134.99
  • Small Cats 0.5-2.5kg » 2 Pipettes £10.99
  • Small Cats 0.5-2.5kg » 20 Pipettes £99.49

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Description

Profender is used to treat cats against roundworms and tapeworms. It is provided as a convenient spot-on type of medication to enable easier dosing of cats. Profender is suitable for use on cats over 0.5kg in weight and more than 8 weeks old. A single application is sufficient for one treatment. Repeat treatment needs to be as often as required for the individual cat in question, though once every 3 months is usually appropriate. Profender is safe to use in cats during pregnancy or lactation.

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Reviews (4)

Summary of Reviews for Profender Spot-on Solution for Cats

Overall 3
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
2 out of 4 (50%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (1 reviews)
4 stars (1 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (1 reviews)
1 stars (1 reviews)

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45 Happy with this product
Verified Purchase

By on 14 February 2019

Easy to use, not messy, effective

Customer recommends this product

55 I like that they do the single large dose pipette
Verified Purchase

By on 3 September 2018

Seems to work, hard to get hold of so thank you VioVet.

Customer recommends this product

25 Loss of hair and sticky fur

By on 16 August 2015

This is the combination of spot-on application and round/tapewormer that led our vet to recommend and prescribe this product (bought at the clinic). It should last for 3 months. However, loss of hair in large bunches occur and sticky white traces on the fur coat around the application site at the back of the neck of our cat last for a number of days after application. We are still looking for a spot-on alternative.

Customer does not recommend this product

2 people found this review helpful

15 Beware of side effects

By on 26 May 2014

Not ordered from this site but I have used Profender twice before with some resultant hair loss on my cat's neck and below. However, though effective at keeping worms at bay, having just used it again about 2 weeks ago, it has caused considerable hair loss and inflammation where it was applied so I will not be using it again. Blackie will be visiting the vets tomorrow so the inflammation can be treated.

Customer does not recommend this product

3 people found this review helpful

Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Profender Spot-on Solution for Cats, including answers from our team.

10 June 2015 at 7:03pm

Can i use for dogs

valeria

Can I use this one foe my dog:chihuahua 2 years old?

  • VioVet Staff

Unfortunately this product is only made for cats. We cannot recommend it is used on a dog as it might well be ineffective and possibly unsafe. I have to say it would be better to use a worming tablet or perhaps one of the spot-on formulations which are intended for dogs (they are prescription only though).

1 December 2014 at 4:54pm

How many

lyn

how many types of worms does the profender for large cats kill

  • VioVet Staff

The data sheet mentions 6 types of worm, 3 species of roundworm and 3 species of tapeworm. It might well so more than this, but has only been tested against the named species.

It says:-

For cats suffering from, or at risk from, mixed parasitic infections caused by roundworms and tapeworms of the following species:

Roundworms (Nematodes)

Toxocara cati (mature adult, immature adult, L4 and L3)

Toxascaris leonina (mature adult, immature adult and L4)

Ancylostoma tubaeforme (mature adult, immature adult and L4)

Tapeworms (Cestodes)

Dipylidium caninum (adult)

Taenia taeniaeformis (adult)

Echinococcus multilocularis (adult)