Capstar Flea Tablets for Dogs and Cats
- Capstar Flea Pills provide fast-acting, effective pest control
- Treats flea infestations on dogs, puppies, cats and kittens four weeks of age and older and two pounds of body weight or greater
- Capstar for fleas also works for pregnant or nursing dogs and cats
- Fast acting formula begins working within 30 minutes
- Guaranteed to kill almost all adult fleas within four hours of ingestion
Take care of pest infestations fast with Capstar Flea Tablets for Pets. Capstar flea pills can help to treat sudden outbreaks. The fast-acting formula works within hours; in most cases, you can keep using your existing pest protection medications and treatments with Capstar for fleas. Capstar Flea Tablets for Pets are administered orally with or without food, . The fast-acting formula begins to work within 30 minutes and will kill nearly all adult fleas within 4 hours of administering to your pet. The effects of the tablet lasts up to 24 hours. If your pet’s infestation returns, you can safely re-administer Capstar for fleas as often as one dose per day. You can safely use Capstar Flea Tablets for Pets on cats and dogs older than 1 week and weighing more than 2 pounds. Capstar for fleas is also safe to use on pregnant or nursing cats and dogs. Capstar flea pills are great for welcoming home new pets, sending pets to kennels or pet boarders. FAQ: I use Capstar flea pills, do I still need to use a spot-on flea and tick treatment? Yes, Capstar is a quick-kill solution, the effects of which only last 24 hours. A spot-on treatment will give lasting protection for at least a month depending on the variety. If I have treated my pets with a spot-on, why would I need Capstar? Spot-on treatments can take several days to be distributed naturally on your pet via hair follicles. In the meantime, exposure to fleas and ticks can still result in infestation. Capstar once a day will ensure that there is no gap in protection. Under what other circumstances can Capstar be used? A dose of Capstar can kill fleas prior to introducing a newly adopted or rescued pet to your home. Also, you can give Capstar to pets before friends and relatives enter your household to protect your environment from infestation.