Capstar Fast-Acting Oral Flea Treatment for Dogs
|Target Group||PetSupplies, Dog Flea And Tick, Dog|
|Ingredients||Active ingredient: nitenpyram|
|Item Weight||0.04 Pounds|
About this item
- One oral tablet starts killing fleas within 30 minutes of administration
- Tackle flea infestations fast – give Capstar and watch dead fleas fall off your pet
- The convenience of an oral tablet available without a prescription from your vet
- If your pet gets re-infested with fleas, you can safely give another dose as often as once per day
- Includes 6 doses for use with cats and dogs weighing 2-25 (11.4 mg) pounds or dogs 25.1 – 125 (57 mg) pounds
- Almost all adult fleas will die
- Fleas will die within 4 hours for dogs and 6 hours for cats
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Capstar (nitenpyram) is a fast-acting flea treatment tablet for use in dogs and cats that starts killing fleas in only 30 minutes. A single dose of Capstar kills 90% of adult fleas within 4 hours for dogs and 6 hours for cats, ridding your pet of these pesky parasites. Capstar is for dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens 2 pounds of body weight or greater and 4 weeks of age or older.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.5 x 0.6 x 2.75 inches; 0.64 Ounces
- Manufacturer recommended age : 5 years and up
- Item model number : CA4920Y07AM
- Department : Flea & Tick
- Date First Available : July 15, 2004
- Manufacturer : Elanco Animal Health
- ASIN : B005Z6UL1M
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Active ingredient: nitenpyram
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full dose. My cat threw up just a few granules within 3 mins of ingesting.
Update my cat is still hiding
Well, it kills live fleas on your animal in a relatively fast time. Between 30 min and 4 hours. It can be used in conjunction with a topical such a Revolution or Front Line.
What it does not do?? It will not completely get rid of a flea problem. Why? Well it only works for 24 hours. Then you need to dose again. And it won't get rid of flea eggs or fleas in the house.
This is a part of a much bigger solution. Fleas need blood to lay eggs. So if you can keep them off the animal while you work on your house...the cycle of flea life will be broken and eventually you will be flea free.
I went 3 weeks, washing, vacuuming, spraying home sprays...dont ask what kind. I used like 4 different kinds. She had a flea collar and Frontline plus some kind of organic spray and I wasnt even beginning to see a difference, I swear it got worse.
But I broke down and flea bombed the house and gave her capstar. Vacuumed and washed my bedding. This was Sat. Its monday. I dosed her again with Capstar and will bomb again on sat. Since sat I have only seen 3...so this a way marked improvement and none of the 3 were on her.
Update: In conjunction with flea bombs, this is what solved my flea problem and saved my sanity. I ended up having to bomb twice. Each time I bombed, I dosed her (Miss Oreo the Cat) with Capstar. Then after bombing I vacuum and change the bedding. My bombs were a week apart. After the first bomb. There was significant improvement, the second bomb did the trick. Now I proactively bomb once a year.