Flevox Spot On Flea Treatment for Cats
Keep your cat protected from fleas and ticks with Flevox Spot-on flea treatment. Flevox kills current fleas on your cat and should be used every 4 weeks to keep them protected from pests. Flevox is suitable for cats with flea allergy dermatitis.
- easy to administer
- great for cat’s with sensitive skin
- kills existing fleas and new ones in 48 hours
- prevents ticks from returning for up to 1 week
- protects your cat for 4 weeks
- cats must be at least 8 weeks old/1kg in weight to use
To apply, part the coat between the shoulder blades until you can see the skin. Place the pipette gently on the skin and squeeze the pipette to release the treatment.
**Prescription needed in the Republic of Ireland**
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Do not use on kittens less than 8 weeks old and/or weighing less than 1 kg.
Do not use in rabbits, as adverse drug reactions and even death could occur.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to fipronil or to any of the excipients.
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flevoxworks as well as more expensive brands,no side effects
goodI'VE ALWAYS USED STRONGHOLD BUT HAS IT WAS WAY MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THIS AND THE VE TIS FAR FROM HOME I GIVE THIS I TRY ANT IT WORKED. THE ONLY THING IS THE CAT LOSE SOME HAIRS IN THE SPOT WHERE I PUT THE TREATMENT.
Flea controlAlways use this product to control fleas, works just as well as the more expensive brands. Service is excellent, no problems whatsoever.
works well.great product, works well, cat is happy, so am I.
It works but the effect doesn't last for 30 days.My adult tabby has a sensitive immune system and most spot-on treatments cause side effects for days, like lethargy, itchiness. Except for Flevox. I love that it doesn't cover internal parasites -- I have something else for that I use once every 3 months, no need to give a dewormer every month! She never had a flea infestation but going outside daily, she gets 1-2 fleas every now and then and starts to overgroom herself. I put on Flevox and within only hours she slows down on overgrooming. However, the effect does not last for 30 days. I have a hunch there are different factors like how aggressive fleas are in the environment or that season and things like that but for example this month 22 days after I applied Flevox, I saw an alive flea on my cat's nose and it stayed there for a solid 15 minutes until I realized it was a flea. Not a problem, I would rather have a product gentle for her sensitive immune system but I learned by now to use the next a few days earlier than 30 days.