PET-597662 Bob Martin Spot On Dewormer - Cat/Kittens (2tube)

PET-597662 Bob Martin Spot On Dewormer - Cat/Kittens (2tube)
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PET-597662 Bob Martin Spot On Dewormer - Cat/Kittens (2tube)

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Bob Martin Spot On Dewormer - Cat and Kittens - Tapeworm Treatment. Specially developed to make worming easy, without the bites, scratches and other problems associated with trying to give tablets to a cat. Simply apply the solution to the back of your cat's neck for fast effective treatment. Spot On Dewormer start working almost immediately and is 100% effective at controlling the most common worms affective cats and kittens. There is no permanent treatment for worms. Veterinarians recommend that weaned kittens and adult cats be wormed every 3 months as a routine measure. It is also important to remove sources of possible re-infestation, such as fleas and mice. For cats and weaned kittens weighing more than 1kg.

Product Features

Bob Martin Spot On Dewormer - Cat and Kittens - Tapeworm Treatment. Specially developed to make worming easy, without the bites, scratches and other problems associated with trying to give tablets to a cat. Simply apply the solution to the back of your cat's neck for fast effective treatment. Spot On Dewormer start working almost immediately and is 100% effective at controlling the most common worms affective cats and kittens. There is no permanent treatment for worms. Veterinarians recommend that weaned kittens and adult cats be wormed every 3 months as a routine measure. It is also important to remove sources of possible re-infestation, such as fleas and mice. For cats and weaned kittens weighing more than 1kg.

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