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Johnsons 4Fleas Large Dog Tablets - From £5.82
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Johnsons 4Fleas Large Dog Tablets

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Manufacturer: Johnsons

From: £5.82
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Johnsons 4Fleas Tablets are an easy to use oral treatment to kill adult fleas on Large Dogs over 11kg.

Effects on the fleas can be seen as soon as 15 minutes after administration. Between 95% and 100% efficacy is observed within the first 6 hours after administration and complete efficacy is reached within 24 hours.

Each tablet contains 57mg Nitenpyram,the exact same ingredient as the veterinary product Capstar.

Directions: Johnsons 4Fleas can be given directly into the mouth or may be mixed in a small portion of food. Administer one treatment on any day when fleas are seen on your pet. Do not give more than one treatment per day.

1 tablet per 11.1 - 57Kg of bodyweight
2 tablets over 57Kg of bodyweight

Reviews (2)

Overall rating: (3.5 of 5)

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Caroline Walsh
January 2014

This product was recommended as a cheaper option to what I usually use, but unfortunately I found it to be completely useless. I would not recommend it again.

Laura Mcintyre
December 2012

Fantastic product, highly recommend as part of flea eradication treatment. Dog suffered no side-effects aside from scratching for approx 10 minutes while the fleas bit. The horrid parasites were falling off either dying or dead. Will definitely be using again when the next invasion appears (hopefully never but realistically it'll probably happen in spring).