Flea Treatment Deals

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Bob Martin Clear | Flea Spray for the Home £2 / £1.90 S&S (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
KILLS FLEAS, FLEA EGGS and TICKS - Kills fleas and ticks on contact and it continues to protect against new fleas brought into your home by your pet for up to 3 months KILLS DUST … Read more

Bob Martin kills so many animals it should be banned 🚫 if your going to buy this make sure your windows are open and your pets not in the house 🏠


Ruined my boots


Made the mistake of giving my dog a Bob Martin wormer - never seen him so ill for 48 hours. Avoid these products like the plague.


Pay an extra 15 quid for indorex spray. 100x better.


If anything like their flea treatment avoid

Advantage small cats flea treatment x 4 - £9.99 / £12.99 delivered @ Superdrug
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Posted 27th FebPosted 27th Feb
Advantage small cats flea treatment x 4 - £9.99 / £12.99 delivered @ Superdrug£12.99£2035% off £3 Superdrug Deals
A fairly decent non prescription flea treatment for small/average cats, small dogs or rabbits under 4kg. Fleas only and possibly biting lice or mites but no protection from worms. … Read more

You don't need a prescription for these, it's advocate you need one for.


I’ve found the best option is to get a written prescription from your pet’s vet which has a small charge and purchased online


It's free delivery over 10 for members and there's a perfume sample for a penny.


£13.49 inc. delivery.


This was only available by prescription a while back but now available without - it’s good I’ve used it for sometime always used frontline but found it stopped working. Viovet selling cheaper just ordered 4 for large cat £10.50

12 x Frontline PLUS Spot On Cat Flea Treatment - £35.10 Delivered @ Pet Drugs Online
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Posted 11th JanPosted 11th Jan
12 x Frontline PLUS Spot On Cat Flea Treatment - £35.10 Delivered @ Pet Drugs Online£35.10 Free P&P FreePet Drugs Online Deals
Pack of 6, buy one pack, get one half price. Total £35.10 plus free delivery. This is for 12 pipettes. £1.24 cashback available via TCB. I know this brand doesn’t suit everyone’s … Read more

Good money saving. I have 2 indoor cat and use these every month


Your cat has his own private patio? Nice! Our vet prescribes Stronghold by the way. I've heard frontline is less effective now too.


I wouldn't know. All I know I she doesn't stock it at all regardless of pet type of weight.


That's due to the fipronil dosage. The recommended dosage is 10mg per kg of your pet. According to a quick Googling, Frontline contains less than that recommended dosage at just 6.7mg per kg. Some of it does depend on the size of your pet, of course, as the dosages are changed depending on pet weight. Some doses will be nearer or above the recommended if the pet weighs a lot, but most people's cats tend to be on the smaller side and so only need the minimum dose, hence the lack of effectiveness.


My vet said exactly the same when i asked about frontline for my kitty, they gave me something called "stronghold" instead it's flea, tick and worm treater in one.

FRONTLINE Spot On Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats - 6 Pipettes - £13.39 @ Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Posted 14th Oct 2020Posted 14th Oct 2020
FRONTLINE Spot On Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats - 6 Pipettes - £13.39 @ Amazon Prime Exclusive£13.39£29.5055% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Deal is for Cats but dogs also available

I have used advantage for the last 5 or so years. I agree about frontline. Advantage can be purchased online, no need for a prescription. Much cheaper than the price at the vets too.


My vet advises only to use frontline, the once before I used frontline our cat had fleas and all others wouldn't work, now I wouldn't use anything else personally


Frontline works for a limited time, but looses it effectiveness - this actually applies to areas, not just cats. My 2 cats had awful issues with fleas at 2&3 years old despite keeping up with the monthly Frontline - it stopped working I only use Advantage as recommended by my vet, and had no issues since switching. You can buy it online, and, for cats, if you're happy to use syringe to distribute the amounts, can save a lot of money getting the larger amount for dogs (exsact same stuff)


Not sure if this works adequately now, though I used to use it on my cats years ago, however I’ve acquired my neighbours cat who was firstly mistreated......skinny & his eye fused with an infection :( and later abandoned when they were evicted.....who rewarded me by infesting my home, tried all sorts to eradicate them and it was only after using Advantage that he’s thankfully flea free (party) for now anyway!


Definitely accurate There is a reason front line is available off the shelf

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Frontline Plus for cats 6 pack £24.99 + £3.95 del @ Waitrose & partners pet
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Posted 22nd Sep 2020Posted 22nd Sep 2020
Frontline Plus for cats 6 pack £24.99 + £3.95 del @ Waitrose & partners pet£28.94£3722% offWaitrose Pet Deals
Hopefully this is a deal. Currently £24.99 for a 6 pipette pack at waitrose. These are £37 at Pets at Home. Free delivery over £40, £3.95 otherwise

Just checked petdrugsonline and looked at Stronghold which is rated by a lot of vets. Currently £9.89 for 4 for all animal sizes/ weights (which is a big surprise!). So works out at about £30 for a years treatment! Very reasonable.


Cost a small fortune visiting vets all the time when the simple solution was to change the flea treatment. Prior to that Frontline worked very well.


Sounds like our experience with this kind of stuff. The wife got something from Amazon, that didn't work either. We waited a month then used Advantage and it seems to have fixed the problem. Petdrugsonline.co.uk have the advantages ones for just under 13 quid delivered for 4.


Experience, Having a dog allergic to fleas. Had to use a second dose ( after advice from vet ). Still didn't work. Dog rash kept getting worse, Fleas still alive. Used advantage, Fleas all dead within 24 hours and rash steadily healed. Didn't work on the cat either as it still had fleas that were alive etc..


Where’s the evidence on this?

Indorex Flea Spray - £10.80 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by tack n hack
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Posted 7th Jul 2020Posted 7th Jul 2020
Indorex Flea Spray - £10.80 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by tack n hack£10.80Amazon Deals
Really good at what it says on the tin

Back in stock @ 10.80 pounds


Thanks OP. Multiples get a little discount, for example the 5-pack = 9.60 pounds each.


It says £12.95 now


Does it work on fox fleas? ;)


That is a good price. It is the only flea spray that I found really worked. I spent a lot of money on other brands including those flea bombs which didn't do much at all. I used Indorex and got shot of them I always keep a spare can now.