Amflee Spot-on for cats is an effective treatment against fleas and ticks in pipette format. No more struggling to get a tablet down your cat’s throat: to treat and prevent the occurrence of fleas and ticks, these pipettes are simply applied on your cat’s coat.
- Box of 3 pipettes -
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Amflee Spot-on for cats is used to treat and prevent flea and tick infestations in adult cats and kittens from 8 weeks of age and weighing at least 1 kg.
Amflee Spot-on for cats protects your cat against new infestations of fleas and ticks from up to 4 weeks.
Amflee Spot-on for cats can be combined with a flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) treatment.
Apply one 0.50 ml pipette of Amflee Spot-on for cats to each cat.
One 0.50 ml pipette contains:
Amflee Spot-on for cats is not intended for use on kittens under the age of 8 weeks or weighing less than 1 kg, for sick or convalescing pets, or those hypersensitive to one of the product’s constituents. Do not use Amflee Spot-on for cats on rabbits as the product could result in serious side effects or even death.
This product is strictly intended for cutaneous use. Excessive salivation could occur should your cat lick Amflee Spot-On for cats. In extremely rare cases, temporary cutaneous reactions such as redness, itchiness or inflammation in the area where the product was applied could occur.
Precautions when administering the product:
Precautions for gestating or lactating pets:
Storage and usage precautions:
Keep out of reach of children. Store Amflee Spot-on for cats in its original packaging, in a dry place out of direct light. Have the product at ambient temperature (over 14°C) approximately one hour prior to applying. Do not use Amflee Spot-on for cats after the expiry date listed on the package.
If your cat is suffering from a flee infestation, its entire environment risks being contaminated by the fleas’ eggs, larvae and nymphs. These could develop into new adult fleas, continuing the parasitic cycle. It is therefore recommended that the area be treated with an appropriate spray, such as Virbac Laboratory’s Indoor-X.