CAPSTAR flea tablets for large dogs Nitenpyram

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CAPSTAR flea tablets for large dogs Nitenpyram

Capstar ® 57 mg tablets for oral administration

Pack size: 6 pc 

Dosage form:Tablets

Active ingredient per tablet: Nitenpyram 57 mg.

Veterinary medicinal product for the treatment of flea infestations in dogs over 11 kg, which rid your darling of the parasites within 24 hours.

Easy to use with no unpleasant smell or clutter in your home.

Warning notice: For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your veterinarian or pharmacist.

Active ingredients

  • 57 mg of nitenpyram

Auxiliary materials

  • Cellulose, microcrystalline
  • Cornstarch
  • Lactose-1 water
  • Silicon dioxide
  • Magnesium stearate

Do you like it to be warm and cozy? Fleas too!
Animal lovers know the problem: your four-legged friends occasionally bring a few fleas home with them. However, a massive infestation usually only occurs in the living area.

Because adult fleas multiply explosively. Female fleas lay up to 50 eggs a day, which gradually fall from the animal and spread throughout the house. Under good conditions, a new flea can develop from each egg after 3-4 weeks.
Fleas can transmit tapeworms and cause a flea saliva allergy; severe infestation can even lead to anemia.
Fleas do not spare humans either. They like to stab several times in a row to suck blood. The stings cause skin irritation and uncomfortable itching that often lasts for days.

Protect yourself and your four-legged friend from flea infestation!
In the case of acute infestation, Capstar® offers quick and reliable help: the first effect occurs after 15 minutes, after 3 hours 99% of the effectiveness is achieved.

How should Capstar® be administered?
Unless otherwise prescribed by the vet:

  • Dogs weighing 11 to 57 kg: 1 Capstar® 57mg tablet

The tablets can be offered to the animal with or without food. How often Capstar® has to be used depends on how badly the animal is infested with fleas.