Capstar protects your dog from fleas, which apart from being irritating to dogs, can also carry tapeworm and other illnesses, as well as infesting your home.
Capstar for dogs, an orally-administered tablet, provides fast and efficient treatment for fleas, killing the pests within 30 minutes.
A single dose of Capstar kills adult fleas on your dog and provides protection.
Treating your dogs from fleas and parasites has never been so easy!
Protection of your dog from fleas and external parasites is important to ensure the wellbeing of your dog. Elimination of these insects is quick and easy with Capstar, an effective treatment for flea infestation on your dog.
Capstar for dogs is an oral tablet, meaning that there is no nasty odor or messy application on your dog or your home, and it means that it won't wash off.
Puppies that are over four weeks old can be treated with Capstar flea treatment for dogs (weighing over 2lbs), as can dogs that are pregnant or nursing.
It is so effective that Capstar for dogs can be given at any time of the day when fleas are irritating your dog. You can safely give a dose of Capstar as often as once per day, leaving your pet flea-free and comfortable. Within 7 hours following treatment 100% of the adult fleas will be killed.
A single dose of Capstar for dogs provides fast-acting treatment for fleas. Follow the steps below to ensure that your dog is fully protected against fleas:
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Capstar for dogs provide rapid relief from fleas. Capstar start killing fleas in 30 minutes of administration.
Capstar flea treatment is extremely safe to use on dogs, and there are no serious side effects that occur following treatment. However, for the first hour after administering Capstar, your dog may scratch more than normal, caused by the fleas reacting to the active ingredients.
Ensure that you keep capstar out of the sight and reach of children and other pets, storing it in temperatures below 25°C. As with all pet flea treatments, do not use Capstar tablets after their expiry date.
Capstar 11.4mg tablets contain 11.4mg nitenpyram (the active ingredient), and Capstar 57mg tablets contain 57mg nitenpyram. Nitenpyram is neither embryotoxic (is not poisonous to unborn embryos) or teratogenic (causing malformations of an embryo or fetus).
Overdoses of Nitenpyram is well tolerated in test cases.
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