Buy one get one free frontline flea treatment for small dogs £13.49 (3) or £26.98 (6) £3.99 del (free delivery over £29) @ Vetuk.co.uk
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Buy one get one free frontline flea treatment for small dogs £13.49 (3) or £26.98 (6) £3.99 del (free delivery over £29) @ Vetuk.co.uk

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Found 4th Feb
Had to order flea treatment for my two small dogs and came across vetuk.co.uk and noticed they had buy one get one free for frontline small dog. Both 3 or 6 pippettes.

Delivery is £3.99 for under £29 spends.
So I went for the 6 pack and a pack of squeaky balls.

Reviews are looking good.


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Add one set to basket and it'll double up on checkout.
Great deal..Can't. beat buy one get on flea
That's not a bad deal, i don't know what there are negative votes.
fish3232 m ago

That's not a bad deal, i don't know what there are negative votes.


Could be due to the fact that frontline is no longer effective because the fleas have become immune to it.
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NCIS4th Feb

Could be due to the fact that frontline is no longer effective because the …Could be due to the fact that frontline is no longer effective because the fleas have become immune to it.


I've not had any issue with frontline. But then again my two don't normally get a lot of fleas. So can't say if it's down to the product or not as there's times they've missed treatment and been fine.

I usually make sure they're covered from spring over summer though as that's the active seasons.
Many thanks just ordered!
Good price, but same feedback as NCIS, Frontline doesn’t seem effective anymore, we had a horrendous flea infestation a year ago so have switched to different treatments..
I was advised by vets the other day, that this product isn't now any good, ad pets have become immune. I'm not sure if this is the case or whether it's because it's now available at a much more reasonable price? And from likes of Amazon etc.
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richmurrell6 m ago

I was advised by vets the other day, that this product isn't now any good, …I was advised by vets the other day, that this product isn't now any good, ad pets have become immune. I'm not sure if this is the case or whether it's because it's now available at a much more reasonable price? And from likes of Amazon etc.


Some forum posts said the same while others are saying it's a case of each animal and area is different.
For £30 I don't mind trying it out for 6 months ( 2 dogs). But I will keep an eye on how it goes. If it's bad then it's a lesson learned. But if it does work, it's a bargain.
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