FOR EFFECTIVE FLEA CONTROL – you MUST also treat your house with a household insecticidal flea treatment. 95 Percent of a flea infestation is in the environment. Only 5 Percent of a flea problem, the adult flea, lives on your pet.
A flea infestation can take up to 90 days to get under control. Vacuum floors and soft furnishings regularly and empty the contents in an outside bin. Washing pets’ bedding at 60° will kill existing flea eggs.
Flea kill is not instantaneous on contact, due to the way fipronil works. It may take up to 24 hours for the fleas to be killed, and ticks 24-48 hours.
Fipronil affects the nervous system of fleas and kills them by inducing hyperactivity. It is quite common to see “more” fleas following treatment. In fact, this is the existing fleas becoming more active and trying to escape from the treated areas. They often move to the top of the coat in a bid to escape and so become more visible.
This is a licensed veterinary medicine. PLEASE READ THE PRODUCT ENCLOSURE LEAFLET BEFORE USE.