Pet Flea Treatment BOGOF £10.08 @ Vet UK
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Pet Flea Treatment BOGOF £10.08 @ Vet UK

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Found 9th Nov
I recently discovered that VetUK has their own brand of spot-on flea treatment for cats and dogs but has the same active ingredient as Frontline, ie Fipronil and it works fine on our cat. The normal price for 4 pipettes for a medium cat is £10.08, but at the moment, you'll get another pack free! It'll be post free too.
I couldn't see an expiry date for the offer, so I'd get in quick before it closes.

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Who would have a flea as a pet!
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Who would have a flea as a pet!

Thanks. Good price. Stocked up.

thanks just ordered for cat

thanks

Great deal Ordered thanks.

For once, something I actually need. Great spot - just ordered for our large dog. Many thanks.

Thanks, cats are going to hate you for this, but I thank you.

I take it you just add on to basket and they send the free one?

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iduno873 m ago

I take it you just add on to basket and they send the free one?



Yes, they add it into your basket automatically, obviously at zero cost. You'll see it there before you pay.

dogs as well just put one in basket also free del on their stuff
Edited by: "scoobytawazara" 9th Nov

Nice spot op! Have heat!

How does this compare to Bravecto? Bravecto is once every 3 months and I find I actually works whereas never had much luck with Frontline.

FrontLine stopped working for our cats recently, so we have had to switch to Advantage which appeared to do the trick.

If you look on many forums they all seem to say the same thing too in that regard. The fleas are evolving, looks like the treatments need to also!

I've tried most flea treatment..none have worked...giving this a try...

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iduno8724 m ago

I've tried most flea treatment..none have worked...giving this a try...



It works for me, but you've got to make sure you apply ALL the product onto the skin below the fur and at the base of the neck or between the shoulders so they can't lick it off. Also it must be applied at least every 4 weeks.

rudie1119 h, 51 m ago

Who would have a flea as a pet!


That was worth clicking this deal

Fleas can definitely BOGOF

Fleas are immune to frontline ( fipronil ). now and have been for several years in my area. Advantage or Advocate are the best spot on products for fleas. Trust me my dog is allergic to fleas. Also any treatment you can buy without prescription usually don't work. When the products are no longer effective they go on public sale like frontline. It's the same with headlice treatment, the only products that work are those prescribed by doctors.
Edited by: ".MUFC." 10th Nov

martinch10 h, 19 m ago

Also it must be applied at least every 4 weeks.



Just to clarify any ambiguity in your statement, you have to wait a minimum of 4 weeks before reapplying fipronil, otherwise you're overdosing.

Thanks worth a try fleas are so bad at the moment trying everything frontline always use to be so good but now just isnt working also try advantage and again not working they need something new!!!

Off the shelf flea treatments like Frontline/Advantage etc are rubbish. Get it on prescription from your vet.

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flintymutt1 h, 1 m ago

Off the shelf flea treatments like Frontline/Advantage etc are rubbish. …Off the shelf flea treatments like Frontline/Advantage etc are rubbish. Get it on prescription from your vet.



Maybe Frontline etc doesn't work for you, but it's still effective on our cat and I presume for many thousands of others as it's still very popular, and of course, far cheaper than buying anything from a vet.

anthony6919 h, 1 m ago

FrontLine stopped working for our cats recently, so we have had to switch …FrontLine stopped working for our cats recently, so we have had to switch to Advantage which appeared to do the trick.If you look on many forums they all seem to say the same thing too in that regard. The fleas are evolving, looks like the treatments need to also!

We've found the same problem with Frontline, we will have to change treatments.

Good to know, passed on the news. The Large Dog variety is only in the 4 pipettes option at the moment, and is £14.32 vetuk.co.uk/fle…092

"For dogs weighing over 40kg use 2 pipettes of 2.68ml." (which would apply to our pooch).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Nov

martinch10th Nov

Maybe Frontline etc doesn't work for you, but it's still effective on our …Maybe Frontline etc doesn't work for you, but it's still effective on our cat and I presume for many thousands of others as it's still very popular, and of course, far cheaper than buying anything from a vet.


Or you could get a prescription from your vet and use it to buy online for prescription strength spot-on treatments. They’re much more effective and just as cheap.

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flintymutt6 h, 3 m ago

Or you could get a prescription from your vet and use it to buy online for …Or you could get a prescription from your vet and use it to buy online for prescription strength spot-on treatments. They’re much more effective and just as cheap.


If the prescription treatments you can get are a similar price to these from VetUK, then why not share your knowledge with the rest of the people here? Please tell everyone which spot-on treatment you use and where you can get it from at this low price.

Think I've missed it. It's not added the extra pack at checkout

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sally0915th Nov

Think I've missed it. It's not added the extra pack at checkout


I just looked on their site and it appears they’ve stopped the bogof offer for the cat spot-on, but the dog one is still on offer. Nevertheless it’s still a good price compared to Frontline and it’s free delivery if you spend £10+
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