FleaScreen Spot On - Small, Medium, Large
FleaScreen Spot On - Small, Medium, Large

Treatment and Prevention for Fleas and Ticks. From £8.99

Item
Price
Quantity

FleaScreen Spot On - Small Dog (1 x 1.00g)

104

£8.99

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100

FleaScreen Spot On - Medium Dog (1 x 2.00g)

105

£9.55

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100

FleaScreen Spot On - Large Dog (1 x 2.00g)

106

£9.99

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100

FleaScreen Spot On
• FleaScreen Combo Spot-on Solution for Dogs kills fleas on treated dogs and prevents eggs laid by fleas exposed to FleaScreen Combo from developing for up to 8 weeks.

• Kills ticks on treated dogs for up to 4 weeks and treats infestations of biting lice.
• FleaScreen Combo is a spot-on treatment that is applied between the shoulder blades.  

Available in 3 sizes:
• Small dogs weighing 2-10kg

• Medium dogs weighing 10-20kg
• Large dogs weighing 20-40kg


Warnings
Only use FleaScreen Combo for dogs if your dog is aged 8 weeks or older, and weighs more than 2kg.  Do not use it if your dog is sick or recovering from an illness.  Do not use if your dog has a hypersensitivity to the active ingredients or any of the ingredients.  Do not apply to wounded or damaged skin. Do not use on rabbits, or any other animal other than dogs, as adverse reactions including death can occur. 


How and you can control fleas and when to treat

For optimum flea control, all animals in the house should be treated with a suitable flea treatment, ideally every 4 weeks.

Continuous regular treatments help prevent adult fleas from infesting your pet and their eggs being distributed throughout the house.  Fleas from cats and dogs can infest the animal’s bedding or other areas in the house where they often go. Regular vacuuming and the use of a suitable household spray may be needed if there is a heavy infestation. 

Controlling fleas is only part of protecting your pet and your family against harmful parasites. 

Provide your pet with effective flea and worm treatments regularly, to combat external parasites such as fleas and internal parasites like the roundworm Toxocara can be passed to humans. Regular treatments help break the lifecycles of these parasites, helping to keep your pet and your family healthy and pest free. 


Special instructions:  

Always use as directed. Before use, read the package leaflet for full instructions and all warnings, including user warnings. Hold the pipette in an upright position, twist and pull the cap off. Turn the cap around and place the other end of the cap back on the pipette. Push and twist the cap to break the seal, then remove the cap from the pipette. Part the coat on the back of the animal at the base of the neck in front of the shoulder blades until the skin is visible.

Place the tip of the pipette onto the skin and squeeze the pipette several times to empty its contents completely and directly onto the skin in one spot. Do not reapply more often than at four-weekly intervals. It is important to make sure that the product is applied to an area where the animal cannot lick it off and make sure that animals do not lick each other following treatment.

FleaScreen Spot On
• FleaScreen Combo Spot-on Solution for Dogs kills fleas on treated dogs and prevents eggs laid by fleas exposed to FleaScreen Combo from developing for up to 8 weeks.

• Kills ticks on treated dogs for up to 4 weeks and treats infestations of biting lice.
• FleaScreen Combo is a spot-on treatment that is applied between the shoulder blades.  

Available in 3 sizes:
• Small dogs weighing 2-10kg

• Medium dogs weighing 10-20kg
• Large dogs weighing 20-40kg


Warnings
Only use FleaScreen Combo for dogs if your dog is aged 8 weeks or older, and weighs more than 2kg.  Do not use it if your dog is sick or recovering from an illness.  Do not use if your dog has a hypersensitivity to the active ingredients or any of the ingredients.  Do not apply to wounded or damaged skin. Do not use on rabbits, or any other animal other than dogs, as adverse reactions including death can occur. 


How and you can control fleas and when to treat

For optimum flea control, all animals in the house should be treated with a suitable flea treatment, ideally every 4 weeks.

Continuous regular treatments help prevent adult fleas from infesting your pet and their eggs being distributed throughout the house.  Fleas from cats and dogs can infest the animal’s bedding or other areas in the house where they often go. Regular vacuuming and the use of a suitable household spray may be needed if there is a heavy infestation. 

Controlling fleas is only part of protecting your pet and your family against harmful parasites. 

Provide your pet with effective flea and worm treatments regularly, to combat external parasites such as fleas and internal parasites like the roundworm Toxocara can be passed to humans. Regular treatments help break the lifecycles of these parasites, helping to keep your pet and your family healthy and pest free. 


Special instructions:  

Always use as directed. Before use, read the package leaflet for full instructions and all warnings, including user warnings. Hold the pipette in an upright position, twist and pull the cap off. Turn the cap around and place the other end of the cap back on the pipette. Push and twist the cap to break the seal, then remove the cap from the pipette. Part the coat on the back of the animal at the base of the neck in front of the shoulder blades until the skin is visible.

Place the tip of the pipette onto the skin and squeeze the pipette several times to empty its contents completely and directly onto the skin in one spot. Do not reapply more often than at four-weekly intervals. It is important to make sure that the product is applied to an area where the animal cannot lick it off and make sure that animals do not lick each other following treatment.

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Special instructions:  

Always use as directed. Before use, read the package leaflet for full instructions and all warnings, including user warnings. Hold the pipette in an upright position, twist and pull the cap off. Turn the cap around and place the other end of the cap back on the pipette. Push and twist the cap to break the seal, then remove the cap from the pipette. Part the coat on the back of the animal at the base of the neck in front of the shoulder blades until the skin is visible. 

Place the tip of the pipette onto the skin and squeeze the pipette several times to empty its contents completely and directly onto the skin in one spot. Do not reapply more often than at four-weekly intervals. It is important to make sure that the product is applied to an area where the animal cannot lick it off and make sure that animals do not lick each other following treatment.

Additional Information

All dogs are different and the guidelines should be adapted to take into account breed, age, temperament and activity level of the individual dog. When changing foods please introduce gradually over a period of two weeks. Always ensure fresh, clean water is available.