Your shopping cart is empty!
Program Flea Control for cats and dogs masters long-term flea control. The secret to on-going, long-term flea control relies on breaking the flea breeding cycle.
Fleas produce up to 50 eggs per day and around 2000 eggs in their lifetime - so every flea you kill has hundreds of replacements waiting to hatch. At any given time, about 95% of the flea population are still in their immature stages around your house and garden, which means that any flea control that only kills the adult fleas on your pet is only tackling 5% of the problem.
Program Flea Control works directly at the source of the problem by killing any flea eggs before they hatch.
Program Flea Control tablets work like birth control for fleas by preventing eggs from developing, and just one dose of Program Flea Control, administered orally, protects your cat or dog from all flea infestations. They can’t fall off like a flea collar or be groomed off by your cat like topical pesticides.
Due to trade restrictions, it is currently unlawful to import Novartis pet medicines into the United States of America. Accordingly, we cannot sell Program Flea Control to U.S customers. U.S customers should see their local veterinarian to obtain Program Flea Control and other Novartis products.
Program Flea Control comes as a separate product for cats and dogs, specially formulated for each pet and the particular fleas that are drawn to each. Program Flea Control for cats also aids in controlling flea allergic dermatitis in cats. See below for more information on Program Flea Control products:
Program Flea Control for Dogs
Program Flea Control is available for small, medium and large dogs, in 6 month supplies. One tablet of the correct size must be given with a full meal once a month
Program Flea Control for Cats
Six month supplies of Program Flea Control for Cats are available at Pets Megastore, to be administered monthly.
As well as preventing and controlling flea infestations, Program Flea Control for cats aids in controlling flea allergic dermatitis in cats