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Advantage™ Spot-On Flea Treatment

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SRP £30.71
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Advantage™ Spot-On Flea Treatment is an effective and easy-to-apply spot-on treatment that can kill fleas on dogs, cats and rabbits through contact.

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Untreated pets are at risk of flea infestations. For every adult flea you can see, there are many more eggs, larvae and pupae hidden away in your home, waiting to develop, breed and spread. Around 95% of any flea population exists in immature stages in your home - hidden away in your carpets, bedding and upholstery. So, if you discover fleas on your pet, you may need to treat your home too.

To help protect your pets and your home against fleas, use a regular flea treatment on your pet throughout the year. Advantage™ Spot-On Flea Treatment is an effective and easy-to-apply spot-on treatment that can kill fleas through contact. 

Advantage™ gets to work quickly and continues to kill fleas for up to four weeks for cats and dogs and up to one week for rabbits. It also kills flea larvae in the home.


Advantage™ Spot-On Flea Treatment is available in the following sizes:
  • 40mg Small Cats, Dogs and Rabbits under 4kg (4 Pipettes)
  • 80mg Large Cats and Rabbits over 4kg (4 Pipettes)
  • 100mg Medium Dogs 4kg-10kg (4 Pipettes)
  • 250mg Large Dogs 10kg-25kg (4 Pipettes)
  • 400mg Extra Large Dogs 25kg-40kg (4 Pipettes)

Key Benefits

  • Kills fleas through contact
  • Up to 28 days of protection
  • Treats flea infestations in dogs, cats and rabbits
  • Fleas are killed within one day following treatment
  • Treatment remains effective if the animal becomes wet, even after exposure to heavy rain


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What our vet says

What our vet says
"Advantage spot on treatments are a popular choice for preventing and treating flea infestations on dogs, cats and rabbits. Ensure you choose the correct treatment for the weight of your pet and read the instructions on application thoroughly."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)