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Frontline Spot On for Cats Flea Treatment - 6 Pipette Pack Was £17.49 now £14.87 after 15% off with code. Free post and packaging @ blackcatmedicines online

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Frontline Spot On for Cats Flea Treatment - 6 Pipette Pack Was £17.49 now £14.87 after 15% off with code. Free post and packaging @ blackcatmedicines online Code for 15% off: bcm2016 Cheapest I'… Read More
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Frontline Spot On for Cats Flea Treatment - 6 Pipette Pack Was £17.49 now £14.87 after 15% off with code. Free post and packaging @ blackcatmedicines online

Code for 15% off: bcm2016

Cheapest I've seen it after discount!

 Frontline for Cats 6 pack is for use in the treatment of fleas and the prevention of infestations by fleas and ticks or as part of a treatment strategy for Flea Allergy Dermatitis.

Frontline Spot On for Cats 6 pack can be used on kittens from 8 weeks of age.

Dosage and administration: by topical application to the skin. Dosage 1 pipette of 0.5 ml per cat (approximately 7.5 - 15 mg/kg); follow the instructions on the packet for correct application.

Apply every four weeks to maintain flea cover. It is important to apply the dose to an area where the animal cannot lick off and to make sure that animals do not lick each other after treatment. Ensure that treated animals do not groom each other after treatment until dry.
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#1
why are people voting cold.. this product's usually £20+
1 Like #2
Frontline / Advantage et al are all useless on my Retriever.
I gave him a Johnsons pill yesterday and now hes 100% flea free.
And no skanky, smelly streaks up his back either.
Cost £6.00 for 6 pills.

Did the cat this am too, she went mental for half an hour as they were dying and biting on her, and now she too, is 100% flea free.
Will use Indorex house spray and Johnsons pills in future.
They are the business.
Not voting.
#3
shindigger
Frontline / Advantage et al are all useless on my Retriever.
I gave him a Johnsons pill yesterday and now hes 100% flea free.
And no skanky, smelly streaks up his back either.
Cost £6.00 for 6 pills.

Did the cat this am too, she went mental for half an hour as they were dying and biting on her, and now she too, is 100% flea free.
Will use Indorex house spray and Johnsons pills in future.
They are the business.
Not voting.


I've never used johnsons before, must try as this one is useless
#4
Sadly must agree, not tried those pills but the last time we saw a cheap Frontline offer we went for it knowing the brand, only to discover it is now completely ineffective - at least to our local fleas! :)
banned#5
shindigger
Frontline / Advantage et al are all useless on my Retriever.
I gave him a Johnsons pill yesterday and now hes 100% flea free.
And no skanky, smelly streaks up his back either.
Cost £6.00 for 6 pills.
Did the cat this am too, she went mental for half an hour as they were dying and biting on her, and now she too, is 100% flea free.
Will use Indorex house spray and Johnsons pills in future.
They are the business.
Not voting.

I believe Johnsons tablet is not a preventative product.

From their website.

There’s now a new weapon in town in the war against fleas. It’s so good it was only recently available on prescription – now it’s available to the pet trade, 4fleas Protector.

An easy-to-use spot-on treatment, 4fleas Protector kills and prevents the development of flea eggs and larvae – stopping the reproductive cycle and bringing a halt to any infestation.

Just one vial of drops administered to the back of a cat or dog’s neck disrupts the flea’s lifecycle for up to three months. That means just four applications for all-year-round protection.

To kill off the adult fleas, all customers need to do is use 4fleas Tablets. Once ingested, the tablets will start to kill off fleas in a little as 15 minutes – or as soon as the little suckers take their first blood meal.

Used together, 4fleas Protector and 4fleas Tablets ensure that your customers’ pets get the best defence again fleas there is – with or without a prescription.



Edited By: cchopps on Aug 23, 2016 19:18
#6
The only Frontline that MIGHT be ok these days is Frontline Combo, which is a prescription medicine.
Unless you buy it in from France via Amazon.
Im not prepared to do that.

Advantage and Advocate are utterly useless for Dorset fleas.
I have declared war on the little ****.
#7
I know a few people that have said that Fipronil based products such as this have been very ineffective this year. A lot of people have moved towards the likes of Advocate and Advantage, but mainly Stronghold. Seems to do the trick all the time, different active ingredient
#8
shindigger
Frontline / Advantage et al are all useless on my Retriever.
I gave him a Johnsons pill yesterday and now hes 100% flea free.
And no skanky, smelly streaks up his back either.
Cost £6.00 for 6 pills.

Did the cat this am too, she went mental for half an hour as they were dying and biting on her, and now she too, is 100% flea free.
Will use Indorex house spray and Johnsons pills in future.
They are the business.
Not voting.


Where did you buy the johnsons from please
#9
kirstie2806
shindigger
Frontline / Advantage et al are all useless on my Retriever.
I gave him a Johnsons pill yesterday and now hes 100% flea free.
And no skanky, smelly streaks up his back either.
Cost £6.00 for 6 pills.
Did the cat this am too, she went mental for half an hour as they were dying and biting on her, and now she too, is 100% flea free.
Will use Indorex house spray and Johnsons pills in future.
They are the business.
Not voting.
Where did you buy the johnsons from please
Most pet shops will have them.
I got them from Mole Valley Farmers otherwise known as SCATS.
Can be had online/ Ebay too.
If you give them to a cat, its likely the cat will go a bit crazy for a while.
Because my cat is actually a kitten i dunked her in the sink, to kill the biting fleas a bit quicker.
Calmed her down straight away.
My dog, a 36kg Golden Retriever didnt bat an eyelid, scratched a bit, and they dropped off.
#10
Dont mention it...
#11
Super hot and purfect timing - thanks!
1 Like #12
shindigger
Dont mention it...


Thanks n sorry for late reply.... Been away
#13
Great price, the same product is £20.50 at Pets at Home, got it for £8.07 delivered! Thanks
#14
marmatdav
Great price, the same product is £20.50 at Pets at Home, got it for £8.07 delivered! Thanks
How did you get it for that price?
#15
Blagggard
marmatdav
Great price, the same product is £20.50 at Pets at Home, got it for £8.07 delivered! Thanks
How did you get it for that price?
I was looking for the Advantage 40 Spot On 4 pack which is £20.50 in Pets at Home but with the discount code is only £8.07 with Black Cat Medicines
#16
marmatdav
Blagggard
marmatdav
Great price, the same product is £20.50 at Pets at Home, got it for £8.07 delivered! Thanks
How did you get it for that price?
I was looking for the Advantage 40 Spot On 4 pack which is £20.50 in Pets at Home but with the discount code is only £8.07 with Black Cat Medicines


do you have the link for that please

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