Simply applied at the back of the cat’s neck and between the shoulders, each treatment provides protection against fleas for up to 5 weeks.
Kills fleas and is clinically proven to be effective in 48 hours.
Bob Martin FleaClear Spot On can be used on cats over 2 months old and is suitable for use in homes with both cats and dogs.
How should I use FleaClear Spot On?
Use one tube of 0.5ml per cat, applied to the skin as directed. Check that your cat is at least 2 months old AND weighs more than 1kg.
1. FleaClear must be applied at 2 points - at the base of the back of the cat’s head and between the shoulder blades. If the cat is wearing a collar remove it first so that it does not restrict application.
2. Hold tube upright and snap off the top section of the cap opening the tube.
3. Part your cat’s coat until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the tube directly against the skin and squeeze gently. Apply approximately half of the tube at the back of the cat’s neck and half between the cat’s shoulders. Squeeze the tube several times to ensure dosing is complete. Avoid applying onto the fur and do not rub into the skin as this will reduce the product’s performance. Do not allow cats to lick each other after treatment.
Avoid excessive wetting of the hair; occasionally some stickiness of crystals may be seen but these will usually disappear within 48 hours.
Avoid frequent shampooing or swimming.
The product tastes extremely bitter and could make a cat salivate (drool) if the treated cat or another pet were to lick the skin soon after application. The drooling will usually disappear after a short while. In very rare occasions skin reactions such as hair loss, redness, itching and skin lesions may occur either where the product was applied or more widely across the animal. Excessive salivation and nervous signs such as depression, hypersensitivity, vomiting or heavy breathing have been reported exceptionally.