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Easter Eggs for Cats plus other offers £1.74 @ vetmedic.com

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http://www.vet-medic.com/cats-c67/pet-accessories-c339/easter-egg-for-cats-p10118
dorey69 Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago4 Comments
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Well that's started my household off. :p:D
well as always we cannot please everyone on here, for the people who like to spoil there animals and not eat them. :)
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Doggy Doc Biscuit Box - 90p plus £2.50 p&p from Vet Medic Pharmacy £3.40

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Looks like they are getting rid of their leftover Christmas stock - Get a range of dog treats. 70% off down from £3 - Short dated and expire in May but the boxes look small so you should get through t…
Dave667 Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months agoAdd Comment
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Frontline Flea treatment for cats £10.99 at Vet-Medic

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Best price I could find, it's £10.99 for a 3 pack or £18.40 for a pack of 6, with free delivery. I only mention this because there was a recent deal on Groupon for a 3 pack at £11.99, so I started co…
trustno1 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago12 Comments
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this stuff is totally rubbish, spoke to vet who said they had changed the active ingredient to allow super markets to sell it making it virtually useless he recommended practic instead
vets will tell you anything to get you to part with your money for there expensive alternatives!

Maybe, but i can tell you my dog had fleas, used this and they stayed on him; used practic and got rid of them
Also this price at co-op pharmacies
Save your money - frontline not working anymore
well I use front line on two cats and a dog and have no issues whatsoever, haven't had any probs in the 2 1/2 yes of using.
antonywhite37
this stuff is totally rubbish, spoke to vet who said they had changed the active ingredient to allow super markets to sell it making it virtually useless he recommended practic instead
vets will tell you anything to get you to part with your money for there expensive alternatives!
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Fiprospot flea and tick treatment, large dog x6 treatments £7.05 delivered @ vetmedic. Same ingredients as Frontline. Other size dogs and cats packs also available.

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Dog and cat flea and tick treatments are expensive but vet medic have bargain prices on fiprospot (same active ingredients as Frontline). They are short dated (mostly 30/04/2014, some 30/08/2014)
sickly sweet Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago46 Comments
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This is an offer for Fipronil that is close to it's expiry date, but it is an amazing price. If you had more than one dog you could use them all before the expiry date. I have always found this product to work really well - the only time I economised by using Bob Martin my dog got fleas!
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Excellent thanks, only XL dogs left but ordered some syringes too for our small 3 and 1 medium family members! ;)



Edited By: Kevo2k7 on Apr 04, 2014 18:16
The leaflet here:
http://i844.photobucket.com/albums/ab3/sickly_sweet_photos/Mobile%20Uploads/124A8B57-3A3E-4588-8F8D-0F2DF5E8F697_zpsmi5ic8sn.jpg

The cat and dog products are the same, just dosed differently.

So when it says that the only contraindications with cats is that they can overdose that's because as mentioned above the small dog version (I'm assuming that's what you bought) has .67mls of fipronil as opposed to the cat version which is .5mls of fipronil.

As mentioned above either use the syringe method or use your common sense when applying it.
Siguros
Bought this is you said it can be used on cats, looked at the guidance included and it states not to use it on cats at all...

Cheers mate

A mate whose a vetinanary nurse said it's ok. Just dose it appropriately.
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ROSEWOOD PET PRODUCT Small Animal Christmas Tree Climb 'n' Shred £2.49 (FREE UK Delivery)

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Your pets don't have to miss out this Christmas you can decorate there cage along with the rest of the house. Small Animal Christmas Tree Climb 'n' Shred is an interactive toy to keep your pet happ…
JohnnyL Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago7 Comments
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Nice find - thank you! :)
If I had a hamster, it would so have one of these
Perfect, thank you! :D
i missed it 1st time round, so thank you, bought that and the christmas nibbly things as well
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Reindeer dog toy - £3.99 Vet - Medic

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Ideal little present for the dog in your life - a squeaky reindeer lobber with easy to grip handles. Spend some quality time with your dog and vent your frustration with those flaming deers at the
bluenogs Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago19 Comments
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These are £2.99 at the the range - only the original version online but in store have the reindeer.

Another post getting heat because it has reindeer in the title

It's also worth mentioning that these aren't very durable, my dog has gone through four of these but he does love them. Ps the squeak is also very annoying

They do 3 sizes. The one from The Range is the smaller one. The Reindeer one is the middle size.

Have ordered for the dog thanks.
These are £2.99 at the the range - only the original version online but in store have the reindeer.

Another post getting heat because it has reindeer in the title

It's also worth mentioning that these aren't very durable, my dog has gone through four of these but he does love them. Ps the squeak is also very annoying




Edited By: feeder16 on Dec 13, 2013 08:24: Error
Nk74Dec 12, 2013
These deer posts are really becoming a pain in the posterior!!! :(

slickafoeDec 12, 2013
Same thing last year, people, were posting anything remotely reindeery just for the fun of it

JEEZ LOUISE! It's a festive dog toy that happens to be in the shape of a deer and it's also the cheapest I could find it in stock.

I'm not suggesting it's the deal of the century but it's hardly my fault they don't make nativity (or whatever you deem acceptable) themed dog toys.

I'm buying one for my dog and thought I'd share, sorry if I've offended you two sensitive deers ;)
Sheet, squeaky things in dog toys encourage dog to attack small animals as the squeak sounds like an animal in distress.
thanks :)
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