Typical, i ordered the ones from Vetuk Monday (annoyed)
Petshop.co.uk are doing these at £9.09 currently 3 for 2. You have to select subscription service, but you can cancel at any point by simply logging into your online account. It's £1.99 delivery, but free for orders over £19.99 so I just added a couple of drontal worming tablets to get free delivery. That's 1 years flee treatments and 6 months worming treatments for £20.34.
Used to do this and just store it in a small sterilised bottle.
Thank you will order now
Posted 22nd Feb 2020Posted 22nd Feb 2020
FURminator Small Animal DeShedding Grooming Tool with free shipping £12.10 @ Vet UK£12.10£22.9947% off
unfortunately my dog (short coat but shed like crazy) didn't like this brush
All sold out expire
Just got this email, good luck to anyone who manages to get one. Good
Afternoon Thank you for your recent order. Unfortunately, the
following item has been discontinued. FURminator Finishing Comb (Size:
Large) We have therefore reluctantly cancelled your order and have issued
a full refund back to your original method of payment. We sincerely
apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you. Kind
regards, VetUK Customer Service www.vetuk.co.uk
Does this work well on babies?
Posted 26th Apr 2019Posted 26th Apr 2019
Frontline Plus Flea Treatment - £7.37 @ Vet UK£7.37£22.7868% off
I too have given up with frontline years back as it doesn't seem to work anymore. I wouldn't waste time with it. Advocate is the one to use.
As others have said this doesn't seem to work any more, gets terrible reviews too. I went for 'advantage' instead on my cats and dogs. It's cheaper, comes in packs of 4 pipettes and works. I got mine from Animed https://www.animeddirect.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/9778
Doesn’t work anymore on my cat so switched to advantage, same ingredients as avodate from the vets. Good offer though
Might as well put water on your cat than frontline. Same result.
Same, Frontline just made the fleas docile, not killing them. Was using Advocate which works, but crazy expensive as you need a vet prescription. Also trying Advantage atm, seems to be working so far.
Posted 4th Feb 2018Posted 4th Feb 2018
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£13.49
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 i… Read more
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. :)
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.
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..
Many thanks just ordered!
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.
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+
Think I've missed it. It's not added the extra pack at checkout
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.
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.
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 https://www.vetuk.co.uk/flea-products-flea-treatments-vetuk-flea-and-tick-treatments-c-3_1348/vetuk-flea-and-tick-treatment-for-large-dogs-p-11092 "For dogs weighing over 40kg use 2 pipettes of 2.68ml." (which would apply to our pooch).