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Frontline For Cats - 6 Pipettes For Only £14.70 Delivered @ Medic Animal

£14.70 @ Medic Animal
Use code june10web for this price. Free Delivery - New customers only - or use different email address for exisiting customer. I would imagine it's also a good price for Frontline for dogs. If … Read More
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Use code june10web for this price.
Free Delivery - New customers only - or use different email address for exisiting customer.

I would imagine it's also a good price for Frontline for dogs.

If you can find cheaper, please let me know.

Also, Anyone know the cheapest place for the O'Tom Tick Twister?

Edit -

In regards to the Tick Remover
Thanks to shambolic for the following post which others may be interested in -

Can I recommend you consider buying your O'Tom tick removers from Bada-uk from ebay.

They supplying two, one large and one small for £4.70 (inc 1st class delivery) all proceeds to their research charity.

Or, £4.99 from their website.. http://www.bada-uk.org/products/tickremover.php

http://www.bada-uk.org/
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#1
The Following Errors Occurred:
The promotion code [june10web ] is not valid.

Please contact us on +44(0) 203 058 0500 if there is something that you are looking for that is not yet listed and we'll do our best to get it for you


Probably cos it's now the 22nd! lol.
#2
scousemicky
The Following Errors Occurred:
The promotion code [june10web ] is not valid.

Please contact us on +44(0) 203 058 0500 if there is something that you are looking for that is not yet listed and we'll do our best to get it for you


Probably cos it's now the 22nd! lol.


Just tried it and works ok for me :thinking:
#3
Sorted, there was a space at the end of june10web.

Heat added
#4
Thanks - worked a treat :)
#5
Hmm, looks like I need to stand on the scales holding my cats to see how much they weigh! :D
#6
nice find
Just ordered
Local pharmacy was selling the 6x for 29.99. SO great saving here
#7
telboy007
Hmm, looks like I need to stand on the scales holding my cats to see how much they weigh! :D


No you don't. Use one pipette for any weight (adult) cat.

I only use twice during summer and my cats are in and out of the house. I don't use any during rest of the year. Never had any fleas.
#8
FLEAS?!?!?!!

Baine of my life!

Cat-isfaction guaranteed with this though!!

Good price, at least that stops a terrifying visit to the vets!

Have some prrrrrr-fectly deserved heat!

xxxxxx
#9
Dont forget 8% topcashback :)
#10
i been paying £10.69 for the last year at chemist direct.
#11
good deal !
#12
wewontgetfooleda
i been paying £10.69 for the last year at chemist direct.


That's for 3 not 6.
#13
Great deal, heat and rep' left, and Thank You for sharing this! :thumbsup:



5% Quidco too. :)
#14
Thanks for sharing. Does anyone know the shelf life of this product?

Saintscouple, When my dog got a tick whilst on holiday, we called into the nearest vets and they gave us a tick twister (not O'Tom) without paying for a consultation. Maybe we were just lucky.
#15
Have some heat-use it myself.
Well,not me personally......................:)
#16
just ran out of this stuff and this is the cheapest so far!:)
#17
going to get my pup stocked up. better that the £20 that pets at home was charging me for 3. heated!
#18
I usually get this from http://www.petfleas.co.uk. This is cheaper though, thanks for the heads up. Lucky really as I am just running out. Heat+Rep added.
#19
I used to go to PetMeds.co.uk to get cheap frontline but the last two boxes I bought did not work at all. Dont know if they were fake, old stock or just a bad batch but I will only buy from a shop (like Pets at Home) these days so its easy to bring them back. I know its more expensive but I dont trust these web sellers any more.
May be tempted back if someone can tell me if they have bought any from here and it actually does work.

Thanks
#20
great, just ordered some. heat added
1 Like #21
Can I recommend you consider buying your O'Tom tick removers from Bada-uk from ebay.

They supplying two, one large and one small for £4.70 (inc 1st class delivery) all proceeds to their research charity.

Or, £4.99 from their website.. http://www.bada-uk.org/products/tickremover.php

http://www.bada-uk.org/

:thumbsup:
#22
Shambolic
Can I recommend you consider buying your O'Tom tick removers from Bada-uk from ebay.

They supplying two, one large and one small for £4.70 (inc 1st class delivery) all proceeds to their research charity.

Or, £4.99 from their website.. http://www.bada-uk.org/products/tickremover.php

http://www.bada-uk.org/

:thumbsup:


Thanks for this, ordered and repped :thumbsup:
Especially good when it's going to charity.
#23
I've been meaning to get some more of this for my cat and dog so thanks for posting, I went through topcashback so hopefully will get 8% back as well.

I have never heard of them before but they have some good prices as I got all this for £58, so much cheaper than getting it from the vets:

# Item Subtotal
1 Droncit Spot-on 0.5ml (4 pipettes) £5.06
8 Drontal Plus Flavoured Dog Worming Tablets £11.04
1 Frontline Spot On for Dogs
20-40kg - 6 x 2.68 £21.25
1 Frontline Spot On for Cat
6 x 0.5ml £13.90
10% off all products [?]: -£5.12
Shipping: £0.00
Total (ex. VAT): £46.13
VAT: £8.07
Grand Total: £54.20

It is expensive having pets! But worth every penny :)
#24
Shambolic
Can I recommend you consider buying your O'Tom tick removers from Bada-uk from ebay.

They supplying two, one large and one small for £4.70 (inc 1st class delivery) all proceeds to their research charity.

Or, £4.99 from their website.. http://www.bada-uk.org/products/tickremover.php

http://www.bada-uk.org/

:thumbsup:


Are they good? I have never used a tick remover before, just asked someone else to 'deal with it'.
#25
sickly sweet
Are they good? I have never used a tick remover before, just asked someone else to 'deal with it'.


Yes, they work well, and are simple to use.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnD6x0svOJE

:-D
#26
Excellent find - with 3 furballs out hunting all day any help fighting the fleas is always appreciated! Heat and rep added.... :thumbsup:
#27
My dog was on frontline for seven months in a row, still had problems. Vet said some pets build up an immunity to it, so we tried 5 months dosage of 'advocate' flea drops instead.

Together with a £60 can of carpet and furnishings flea spray, the flea treatments haven't managed to budge the fleas on my poor springer spaniel. My other dog, a cocker, has never had any problems!

Anyone got any tips?
x
#28
gherkingHUD
My dog was on frontline for seven months in a row, still had problems. Vet said some pets build up an immunity to it, so we tried 5 months dosage of 'advocate' flea drops instead.

Together with a £60 can of carpet and furnishings flea spray, the flea treatments haven't managed to budge the fleas on my poor springer spaniel. My other dog, a cocker, has never had any problems!

Anyone got any tips?
x


Nightmare, I had a similar problem with my springer spaniel, I ended up using a flea comb!.

That's springers for you. :-D
#29
gherkingHUD
My dog was on frontline for seven months in a row, still had problems. Vet said some pets build up an immunity to it, so we tried 5 months dosage of 'advocate' flea drops instead.

Together with a £60 can of carpet and furnishings flea spray, the flea treatments haven't managed to budge the fleas on my poor springer spaniel. My other dog, a cocker, has never had any problems!

Anyone got any tips?
x


Have you tried the Frontline spray, we used it on our labrador once - she HATED it and it was such a palaver but it really worked. Now would be a good time to try it as you could apply it outside whilst it's sunny. As all the fleas come into contact with the spray they get nuked and die but do it on a day you feel patient and have an hour or so to do it.
Also, my other lab scratches a lot but not because she has fleas but because she has dandruff which seems to get itchy.

My topcashback tracked already for £4.17 :)
#30
Shambolic
Yes, they work well, and are simple to use.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnD6x0svOJE

:-D


Thanks, I'll give it a go from the charity mentioned above selling on eBay, ticks are horrible creatures!
#31
kimba79
I used to go to PetMeds.co.uk to get cheap frontline but the last two boxes I bought did not work at all. Dont know if they were fake, old stock or just a bad batch but I will only buy from a shop (like Pets at Home) these days so its easy to bring them back. I know its more expensive but I dont trust these web sellers any more.
May be tempted back if someone can tell me if they have bought any from here and it actually does work.

Thanks


i bought mine from here a while ago when i was searching for cheaper flead protection since it is so expensive and i have 2 cats...i not had any problems with fleas since

i got no pennies left this month but i got 1 or 2 months supply left and i buy from here anyway, so all good :D
#32
sickly sweet
Have you tried the Frontline


That's what we use on our cat.
Never had a problem (and it does for one of the common worms too).
#33
This is a good company, yeah?
#34
will give them a try thanks
#35
[COLOR="Navy"][SIZE="4"]I Urge you NOT to use CANCER CAUSING CHEMICALS like Frontline for cats or dogs.

Fleas are attracted to weak immune systems, feed a raw diet of meat & bone , as per the wild diet they'd eat & you will find fleas will cause little problems. Please look at the GENTLE natural ways to prevent & treat fleas ..Neem oil is great for this , BEWARE of chemicals that swim around in their blood on the 'off chance' a flea should come along .educate your selves folks , your cat/dog is counting on you !!

See here for the CANCER link with chemical flea treatments

http://www.apnm.org/publications/resources/fleachemfin.pdf

and how to treat harmlessly
http://www.thewholedog.org/id9.html#parasites

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#36
[COLOR="Navy"][SIZE="4"]I Urge you NOT to use CANCER CAUSING CHEMICALS like Frontline for cats or dogs.

Fleas are attracted to weak immune systems, feed a raw diet of meat & bone , as per the wild diet they'd eat & you will find fleas will cause little problems. Please look at the GENTLE natural ways to prevent & treat fleas ..Neem oil is great for this , BEWARE of chemicals that swim around in their blood on the 'off chance' a flea should come along .educate your selves folks , your cat/dog is counting on you !!

See here for the CANCER link with chemical flea treatments

http://www.apnm.org/publications/resources/fleachemfin.pdf

and how to treat harmlessly
http://www.thewholedog.org/id9.html#parasites

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#38
Great Tip.. and a useful site... lots of stuff for my ferret too! :-D
#39


How is that cheaper???:thinking:
1 Like #40
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michellery
[COLOR="Navy"][SIZE="1"]I Urge you NOT to use CANCER CAUSING CHEMICALS like Frontline for cats or dogs.

Fleas are attracted to weak immune systems, feed a raw diet of meat & bone , as per the wild diet they'd eat & you will find fleas will cause little problems. Please look at the GENTLE natural ways to prevent & treat fleas ..Neem oil is great for this , BEWARE of chemicals that swim around in their blood on the 'off chance' a flea should come along .educate your selves folks , your cat/dog is counting on you !!

See here for the CANCER link with chemical flea treatments

http://www.apnm.org/publications/resources/fleachemfin.pdf

and how to treat harmlessly
http://www.thewholedog.org/id9.html#parasites

[/SIZE][/COLOR][/SIZE]

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My pets live in the countryside and roam about, they get fleas, it's a fact of life when it comes to dogs and cats. My dog gets a marrow bone frequently as per your suggestion and even so, wild animals like foxes and hedgehogs etc get fleas, their diet does not protect them so I don't see how my pets would be protected with a raw meat diet.
When they get fleas the nasty things irritate the animals so I think it is humane to de-flea the pets, my cat is 12 years old and still going strong.
I'm not keen on being told that I could be harming my pet and cause them cancer, and if you want to advise me don't put it in massive font and capitals as it just irritates me. I do the best for my pets that I can and don't need to be preached at for something recommended by most vets.

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