Effipro Spot On Flea Treatment for Cats
Effipro Spot On for cats is an effective treatment for the prevention of fleas and ticks. The treatment comes in an innovative ‘drop free’ pipette, so even if you accidentally drop it, the liquid won’t spill out. Each application of Effipro Spot On lasts at least 4 weeks for fleas and 2 weeks for ticks. Your cat should be treated with a spot-on treatment at regular 4 week intervals to keep them protected. Effipro will kill fleas within 24 hours and ticks usually within 48 hours.
- innovative, drop free pipette
- eliminates existing fleas and ticks within 48 hours
- protects your cat from fleas for 4 weeks
- suitable for cats aged 8 weeks and above
If your cat already has fleas, it is recommended that you treat your home to stop re-infestation.
Please be aware that this medicine can only be supplied for a maximum of one year treatment per animal.
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Administer at the first sight of fleas and/or repeat every 4 weeks to keep your dog protected from fleas.
|Cat||1 pipette of (ml)||Frequency|
|Older than 2 months old and/or weighing less than 1kg||0.5||Monthly|
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Flea treatmentThis works on 2 of my 3 cats I'm getting her frontline advance to see if that works if that doesn't work it's a trip to the vets for her.
Cat Flea treatmentThis really works and is a good price
DOES NOT WORK!I used Johnsons4Fleas tablets first to kill all the fleas on the cats. I then bathed the cats when dry I put Effipro on their necks. After a few days they were scratching all the time. Checked their fur and fleas were there after 2 weeks they were covered in fleas. This does't work at all I only bought it as Advantage was out of stock. I wouldn't recommend this product.
Cat flea treatmentsExellent service and loads cheaper than the vets.im very happy
Not got rid of fleasNot happy with it, hard to open' plus cat still has fleas