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Flevox Spot-On Flea Treatment for Medium Dogs - From £3.26

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Flevox Spot-On Flea Treatment for Medium Dogs

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Manufacturer: Vetoquinol

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Description

Flevox Spot-On Flea Treatment for Medium Dogs is a fipronil based solution for the treatment of flea, tick, and biting/chewing lice infestations in medium breed dogs weighing between 10 - 20kg.

Contained in easy to use pipettes, Flevox will protect your dog from flea infestations for up to 8 weeks and from ticks for up to 4 weeks. It can also be used as part of a treatment strategy for flea allergy dermatitis (FAD).

Directions for Use:
Using Flevox is simple, apply the spot-on pipette directly onto the skin on the back of the neck once every 4 weeks.

Each 1.34ml Pipette Contains:
Active Ingredient: Fipronil 134mg
Excipients: Butylhydroxyanisole [E320], Butylhydroxytoluene [E321]

Legal Category:
NFA-VPS | Flevox Spot-On Flea Treatment

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Charlotte Thornley
March 2014

This product has the same active ingredient and dosage as the Frontline products but at a much cheaper price. However as people have been noticing with the basic Frontline, it doesn't seem to be working as well as it used to. I used this on my dog 3 weeks ago as well as the cat version on my two cats. Within 24hrs I could only find dead and near dead fleas on all of them which was great but as of today I have found 4 fleas on my dog (after a quick 10min inspection) and 7 on one of the cats (after looking for about 15mins before she got fed up)I don't think this is a problem exclusive to Flevox though but instead with all Fipronil based treatments; I think in some areas fleas are becoming resistant to Fipronil. I will be looking at the other products available to find one with an alternative active ingredient. If you are using basic Frontline or similar Fipronil based treatments and they are working fine then this will work just as well for you despite its cheaper price.