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Imidaflea 100mg Spot-on Flea Treatment Medium Dog (4 - 10kg)

Imidaflea 100mg Spot-on Flea Treatment Medium Dog (4 - 10kg)

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 Protect your dog from pesky pests with Imidaflea Spot-On Flea Treatment & Prevention 100mg.

Suitable for dogs weighing between 4 - 10 kg.

This spot on treatment will keep your pet safe from flea and biting lice infestations as well as prevention.  It's easy to use and affordable so there's no need to worry about those creepy crawlers anymore!

This pack contains 3 x 1.0ml pipettes to protect your pet for 4 weeks on dogs (per dose).

Please ensure you select the correct product according to your pet's body weight.

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Imidacloprid 100mg

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For the prevention and treatment of flea infestations and for the treatment of biting lice (Trichodectes canis) on dogs of between 4 - 10kg body weight.
Fleas on dogs are killed within one day following treatment. One treatment prevents further flea infestation for four weeks.

External use only.
Administer by topical application to the skin according to the bodyweight as follows:
1 pipette of 1.0 ml per pet weighing between 4 - 10 kg bodyweight.

Method of administration:
Remove the pipette from the sachet. Hold the pipette upright. Tap the narrow part of the pipette to ensure the contents are within the main body of the pipette. Snap
back the tip.
Part the pet’s coat until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the pipette directly against the bared skin and squeeze gently to empty its contents at two points along the cat’s
back, preferably at the base of the head and 2-3 cm further back, emptying approximately half the volume at each site. Squeeze the pipette several times to ensure dosing is complete.
It is important to make sure that the product is applied to an area where the animal cannot lick it off, and to make sure that animals do not lick each other following treatment.


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