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Flevox Spot-on Flea and Tick treatment for Dogs


PLESE NOTE: We can only dispense one year’s worth of this product per one registered pet.

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Returns It should be noted that, unfortunately, we cannot accept returns of any labelled products, including prescription medicines and flea and worming products. If the customer has requested a cancellation but the order has already been dispatched then we will not be able to cancel and refund the order. This also applies if the customer has ordered the incorrect dosage. Returns of any labelled products are only acceptable if it is due to an error in processing, or for an official recall. We are also unable to accept the returns of Caninsulin syringes, even if the packaging is unopened.

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Flevox spot on protects your dog from flea infestations for up to 8 weeks and tick infestations for up to 4 weeks.

Containing the renowned active ingredient Fipronil, known for its potency and safety, Flevox provides powerful and durable flea and tick protection. Flevox comes in an easy-to-administer, simple pipette. Applied to the skin on the scruff of the neck in dogs and cats, Flevox is regarded as having an ideal balance between safety and effectiveness for the lasting control of  canine fleas and ticks. As with all flea treatments, Flevox Spot-on is ideally used regularly to prevent infestations. Once fleas are being seen, it can be too late for proper control, and difficult to clear the reservoir population from the environment.


Apply every 4 weeks for flea control and every 5 weeks if there is a tick problem. Do NOT use on puppies less than 8 weeks old and/or weighing less than 2kg.

The product can also be used as part of a treatment strategy for Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD) where this has been diagnosed previously by a vet.

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Have you read our blog on fleas? Check it out here