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Bob Martin Flea Clear Fipronil Cat Spot on is suitable for both preventing and killing fleas and ticks on your pet. Using Bob Martin Clear Spot on regularly is an effective way to keep your cat flea and tick free all year round. It is regular treatment of all cats and dogs in the home, together with regular vacuuming/washing of your pets bedding and resting areas is recommended for the most effective pest control. It is applied to the back of the neck, killing fleas for up to 5 weeks and ticks within a week of application. It is suitable for use on all cats and kittens from 2 months old and is clinically proven.
FleaClear is most effective when applied at 2 points - at the base of the back of the head and between the shoulder blades. If the cat is wearing collar remove it first so that it does not restrict application. Remove a single tube from the pack. Hold tube upright and snap off the top section of the cap opening the tube. Part your cat’s coat until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the tube directly against the skin and squeeze gently. Apply approximately half of the tube at one point and half at the second point. Squeeze the tube several times to ensure dosing is complete. Avoid applying onto the fur and do not rub into the skin as this will reduce the product’s performance.See all Product description
From the manufacturer
Founded in 1892, Bob Martin helps pet owners worldwide keep their pets in peak condition.
Today, the company is still owned and managed by the Martin family in the South West of England and is still growing.
We provide pet owners with the everyday necessities from flea treatment and shampoos, to cat litters and poop scoop bags.
Bob Martin Clear Spot On Solution 50mg for Cats
What is it?
Tubes of Spot On solution 50mg for Cats.
- Contains the same active ingredient as Frontline – Fipronil.
- Bob Martin Clear Spot On solution for Cats kills fleas and European meadow ticks on your Cat.
- Clinically proven to be effective within 48 hours.
- Each treatment protects against fleas for up to 5 weeks and European meadow ticks for up to 1 week.
- Bob Martin Clear Spot On for Cats can be used on Cats over 2 months old.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I use Bob Martin Clear Spot On?
Use 1 tube per dog, applied to the skin as directed. This product provides protection from fleas for 8 weeks and ticks for 4 weeks. The minimum interval between treatments is 4 weeks.
See the table below for weight restrictions. Do not use on puppies less than 2 months of age. Weigh the puppy first and ensure that the correct product is used for the weight of the puppy.
Is Bob Martin Spot On the same as Frontline?
We manufacture our own Spot On's, but use the same active ingredient as Frontline - Fipronil.
Both Bob Martin Spot On and Frontline are assessed and licensed by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate, the independent government executive agency, who are responsible for controlling how medicines for animals are made and distributed.
How does it work?
Fipronil affects the nervous system in the fleas and ticks. This results in uncontrolled activity of the central nervous system and eventually the death of fleas and ticks.
Fleas will be killed within 24 hours. Ticks will usually be killed within 48 hours after contact with Fipronil.
After applying the Spot On solution, It is not unusual for fleas and ticks to be more noticeable. This is because the insecticidal action of fipronil results in them coming to the surface of your pets fur and dropping off.
What are fleas, and where can they be found?
Fleas are tiny insects that may be carriers of many different types of bacteria and viral diseases. They are known to transmit tapeworms. Fleas can live up to 2-3 months, and reproduce very quickly!
Only 5% of fleas actually live on you pet, the other 95% may be lurking around your home or garden. It's important to use Bob Martin Clear Spot On regularly to minimise the chances of an infestation in your household or on your pets.
What are ticks, and where can they be found?
Ticks are small, blood-sucking creatures related to spiders, mites and scorpions. Ticks will feed on your pets blood and engorge over a period of days.
They cannot jump or fly, but when ready for a meal will climb a nearby piece of vegetation and wait for a passing animal or human to catch their hooked front legs.
If undisturbed, a tick will feed for around 5 to 7 days before letting go and dropping off.
Anything else I can do after applying the product?
95% of fleas are living in your home. Therefore to ensure your home is clear, we recommend you treat your home with one of our effective home treatments.
Regular treatment of all cats and dogs in the home together with regular vacuuming of your pet's bedding areas is required to protect your pet and home from fleas and ticks. Don't forget your car!
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