A spot on type product for the control of fleas, heartworm and mites. Applied monthly to the skin between the shoulder blades.A very safe and effective product. Comes in the following sizes - Puppies & Kittens; Small up to 5lbs- Medium - 10 -20kg/20-45lbs; Large - 20-40 kg/45-88lbs; Available in both 3 pack and 6 pack.
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N.B. We sell U.K versions of the products listed below. Revolution is known as Stronghold in the U.K but contains the same active ingredient - Selamect
Do not use selamectin in animals allergic to it. Do not use on puppies or kittens under 6 weeks of age. Use with caution in sick, weak or underweight animals. Do not apply to wet hair. Dogs should be tested for existing heartworm disease prior to using selamectin. Side effects when using selamectin may include temporary hair loss, loss of appetite, drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, drowsiness, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and muscle tremors.
Product Code: 11896
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