Johnson’s 4fleas tablets are an easy to use oral treatment to kill adult fleas on small dogs, puppies over 4 weeks of age, between 1kg (2.2lbs) and 11kg (24.2lbs) and large dogs over 11kg. Effects on the fleas may 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.
Directions for use: Johnson’s 4fleas tablets can be given directly into the mouth or may be mixed in a small portion of your pet’s favourite food and given immediately. Administer one tablet on any day when fleas are seen on your pet. Repeat on any subsequent day as necessary. Do not give more than one treatment per day. Fleas can be detected by parting the pet’s coat and examining the skin for signs of flea activity or by combing its coat with a fine toothed flea comb. Frequent scratching or excessive grooming can also be signs of flea infestation.
- The fastest way to kill fleas on Puppies, small and large dogs.
- Starts killing fleas in just 15 minutes!
- No contraindications, safe to use with other flea and worm products.
- Leaves no residue on their coat or in the home.
- 3 tablets – 3 treatment pack
- Contains Nitenpyram
The johnsons 4fleas tablets for dogs are suitable for:
- Puppies and Small dogs over 4 weeks of age between 1-11kg.
- Large dogs over 11kg.
Adverse reactions: For the first hour after administration, the pet may scratch more than normal. This effect is caused by the fleas reacting to the product. In very rare cases this may present as transient signs of hyperactivity, panting, vocalization and excessive grooming/licking. Transient neurological signs such as muscle tremors, ataxia and convulsions have also been reported in very rare occasions – very rare (less than one animal in 10,000 animals including isolated reports). If you notice any serious effects or other effects not mentioned here, please inform your veterinary surgeon.
To help prevent re-infestation: Johnson’s 4fleas tablets can only be fully effective as part of a programme to eliminate fleas and their larvae from pets and their surroundings. Pet bedding and regular resting areas e.g. carpets and soft furnishings should be vacuumed regularly and treated periodically with an insecticide suitable for household use, preferably containing an I.G.R (Insect Growth Regulator) to control flea egg development and break the flea life cycle. Wash or change pet bedding regularly. Consult your Veterinary Surgeon if signs of disease persist or appear.
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