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Bob Martin Double Action Spot On | Bob Martin Flea Treatment

Products from the Bob Martin Flea Treatment range are ideal for eradicating fleas from your home. The range includes spot on treatments and tablets. These Bob Martin products are effective and easy to use.

Bob Martin Flea Clear Spot On Solution 3 x 50mg for Cats Over 1kg is for killing fleas on your cat.

It is applied at the back of the cats neck and between the shoulders.

Each Bob Martin Flea Clear treatment provides protection against fleas for up to 5 weeks.

Bob Martin Flea Clear Spot On can be used on cats over 2 months old and is suitable for use in homes with both cats and dogs.

Regular treatment of all cats and dogs in the home with effective flea killing products together with regular vacuuming of your pets bedding and resting areas is needed to protect your pet and home from fleas.

Do Not Use On Rabbits.

Approximate Dimensions (Product):

1x50mg - 15 x 2.6 x 9.5cm
3x50mg - 15 x 2.6 x 9.5cm

Bob Martin Flea Treatments - anyone else having problems?

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Bob Martin Flea Treatments - anyone else having problems

The active ingredient in Bob Martin’s Flea Clear spot on for cats is Fipronil, the same active ingredient as Frontline. But Frontline itself gets a mixed reaction. In fact, nearly everyone has a tale to tell about one of the flea treatment brands. But it does make you wonder how Bob Martin can produce its products so cheaply. Is it just because the supply chain is different? Or because they know there are many pet owners strapped for cash or who simply aren’t registered at vets? Who knows. But permethrin continues to be used in Bob Martin dog flea treatments. So unlike other flea treatment producers their active ingredient differs across their products.

After asking me a load of questions and jogging my memory it now seems she is sick due to this bob martin flea treatment, apparently it acts by attacking the nervous system of the fleas but sometimes it attacks the cats too. I am now needing to wait till the morning to see if she is going to get better or die. she has been sedated, given an antibitotic, painkillers and put on IV fluids. I am so upset and have no idea what Im going to say to my girls if she doesnt survive. According to the vets they are trying to get this product off the market as they have seen a lot of cats die after application.