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Flea and Tick Spot On – Large Dogs – 6 Pipettes

7.99 (inc. VAT)

  • Protection against fleas for up to 4 weeks
  • Protection against ticks for up to 4 weeks, helping to reduce the risk of tick-borne diseases

Each pack provides up to:

  • 24 weeks of use for dogs up to 15kg (6 treatments)
  • 12 weeks of use for dogs 15-40kg (3 treatments x 2 tubes)

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Description

Flea and Tick Spot On – Large Dogs – 6 Pipettes

Bob Martin Clear Pesticide Free Repellent Spot-On for dogs is a unique repellent formulation that works by deterring the fleas from feeding, thus breaking the flea life cycle. It is suitable for dogs up to 40kg and from 12 weeks old.

How to use:

For external use only – Apply to an area where the animal cannot lick it off and do not allow pets to lick each other after treatment.

Read the instructions in the pack and double check that you have the right dose for your dog and their size

Directions for use:

For dogs up to 15kg:

This pack will give your dog 24 weeks of protection. Apply one tube every 4 weeks as directed below

Part the fur
Apply one tube to the skin at the back of the pet’s neck

For dogs 15kg – 40kg:

This pack will give your dog 12 weeks of protection. Apply two tubes every 4 weeks as directed below

Part the fur
Apply one tube to the skin at the back of the pet’s neck and one tube to the skin at base of the tail

Frequency

One treatment will provide up to 4 weeks protection. To ensure protection is maintained, re-apply solution after 28 days. If your dog becomes excessively wet, it may be necessary to repeat treatment
When treating an existing burden of fleas, it is important to treat the home thoroughly as well with a suitable Bob Martin Clear Flea & Tick Spray. When treating the home, pay particular attention to pets’ bedding areas, soft furnishings and around the edges of the room.

See more information here.

 

 

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