Frontline Flea treatment for cats £10.99 at Vet-Medic
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Frontline Flea treatment for cats £10.99 at Vet-Medic

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Found 5th Sep 2014
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 comparison shopping. I was going to buy from Medic-animal at first but they charged delivery which made it more expensive. Then I found this deal with free delivery. Apologies in advance if there's a better deal out there, but when I looked this was the best I could find.

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This is an excellent price, assuming it is the same strength Frontline as the one dispensed by vets.

By the way there is now a new combined Flea, Tick and Wormer for cats and kittens called Broadline. That means you won't need to buy wormers such as Milbemax, Profender etc and works out about the same price as Frontline or Stronghold etc from your vet. I don't think there are any special deals online yet. I have purchased it driect from a vet. Adult cats should only need worming every three months unless they catch mice, etc, in which case they will need worming every month. The flea treatment is supposed to be applied every four weeks, but I find it is required a lot less often in winter.

Kittens should be wormed every month until they are six months old. Worming is often overlooked but it is particularly important if you have children, pregnant women or anyone with a lower immunity in your home and of course is necessary for your cat's health.

I've been using Broadline on adult cats and kittens (different versions dependent on weight) on my foster cats for the past few months and it works very well. Most of the cats and kittens rescued by the charity have worms and fleas, and kittens are often born with worms, or dormant worms. Kittens under seven weeks will still need to be treated with Panacur wormer rather than Milbemax, Broadline, etc. Kittens under seven weeks shouldn't have spot on flea treatment, they need Frontline Spray or similar brand as dispensed by a vet.

merial.com/EN/…spx : BROADLINE is a topical product approved for the treatment and prevention of flea and tick infestations, prevention of heartworm disease, and the treatment of roundworm, hookworm, and tapeworm infestations in cats and kittens 7 weeks of age and older. Broadline is a combination of 4 active ingredients and helps protect cats for one month.

Edited by: "YippeeYiYo" 5th Sep 2014

A little cheaper for 6 pack at animeddirect.co.uk £18.20 includes free delivery.

Thanks for that info Yippee, always a pain the get worming tablets down my 2 cats, and they're avid hunters so will check this out...

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

antonywhite37

this stuff is totally rubbish, spoke to vet who said they had changed the … 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



^This +1

Advantage is good too. Frontline is useless nowadays.

animed direct have good prices on Advantage flea treatments. They work effectively but Frontline does not any longer.

Beware - Frontline is no longer effective - Advocate is the best one - only available on prescription but trust me paying for the prescription is worth it rather than having a flea infestation and having to get the council in to fumigate your home!!!!!

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antonywhite37

this stuff is totally rubbish, spoke to vet who said they had changed the … 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!

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.

Save your money - frontline not working anymore

Also this price at co-op pharmacies

damo1972

vets will tell you anything to get you to part with your money for there … 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
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