It is important to treat all dogs and cats in a household: fleas can reproduce on untreated dogs and cats and allow infestations to persist. Because immature fleas continue to develop into adult fleas for several weeks after the administration of CAPSTAR, repeated treatment may be necessary for optimal control of infestation.
Capstar Tablets are also safe for pregnant or nursing dogs and cats.
If your dog or cat has fleas, you need a fast-acting, effective treatment to help your pet and stop the possible spread of the fleas to other pets, people or your home. Talk to your pet's veterinarian about Capstar Flea Tablets. These small tablets contain nitenpyram, a medication that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and skills more than 90% of adult fleas on dogs in just four hours and on cats in six hours. This medication is safe for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens older than four weeks of age and more than 2.2 pounds in body weight. Capstar is a “quick kill” solution for flea outbreaks. Because Capstar Flea Tablets do not kill flea eggs or work as a preventative against fleas, you should talk with your pet's veterinarian about using this medication in conjunction with other medications as part of a complete flea control program. Have a question about Capstar Flea Tablets? Just click on the “Ask a Question” tab above.
Capstar Flea Treatment Tablets for Dogs and Cats - 1800PetMeds
The Capstar Flea Treatment for Dogs and Cats contains FDA approved Nitenpyram. Each pill contains 11mg of Nitenpyram which is a much better flea insecticide compared to others like pyrethrin and organophosphates.
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