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Effipro for Large Dogs (4 Pipettes)

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Manufacturer: Virbac

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£15.06
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Description

Effipro for Large Dogs is for the treatment of flea infestations for up to 8 weeks in dogs weighing between 20kg and 40kg, and puppies from 2 months of age and weighing at least 2kg.

Effipro is also effective against ticks for up to 4 weeks, and although some species may not be killed within the first 48 hours, they may be killed within a week.

Each 2.68ml Pipette Contains:
Fipronil 268mg

Administration:
Apply 1 pipette by topical application to the skin at the base of the neck in an area your dog is unable to lick it off. Ensure that treated animals do not groom each other until the treatment has dried thoroughly.

Legal Category:
AVM-GSL | Effipro for Large Dogs

Reviews (4)

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Amanda Hopes

The product has been very effective and easy to use

Louise Sheppard

I was recommended this product by my vet about 4 years ago. But at a substantially higher price. It works!! Does exactly what is says on the packet. An amazing product at an amazing price thanks to VetUK.

Joanna Sutcliffe

This product has the same active ingredient as Frontline. As it states here on the website due to the life cycle of the flea using a spray for the home may also be necessary. It does not have the same action as the prescription only medicines such as Frontline Combo as this product can help break the life cycle of the flea not only just kill it.

Eve Coleman

Unlike the previous reviewer I love Effipro! I too used to use Frontline and had major problems with ticks - Frontline simply was not effective - and my vets opinion was that Frontline was excellent for fleas but "crap" for ticks. I tried Effipro after a great deal of thought and checking the active ingredient - and watched it sceptically as it was cheaper. My experience after months of use now is that Effipro prevents fleas (never had a problem) and is much more effective against ticks than Frontline. Now very few ticks actually manage to get a hold on and those that do are dead when I touch them. For me it is fantastic and better than Frontline - oh and there are no white marks on either my dogs or my cats coats as it is used for both the dogs and the cats.