Capstar Tablets For Dogs and Cats
Eliminate your pet's fleas with Capstar, 11.4 mg tablets for small dogs and cats or 57 mg tablets for large dogs, select the option you need.
Its administration is by oral route , both in cats and dogs.
Includes 6 tablets.
Fleas can be detected by parting the animal's fur to examine the skin or by combing through its fur with a fine metal comb.
Frequent scratching or excessive grooming can also be signs of a flea infestation.
The tablets should be administered directly into the mouth with or without food. Food helps to improve palatability, the tablets can be masked in a small amount of food immediately before administration.
Flea effects can be seen as early as 15 to 30 minutes after administration of the tablet to the host animal.
Between 95% and 100% of fleas are dead within 6 hours and 100% within 24 hours with no residual activity.
Nitenpyram is tolerated by dogs and cats.
Suitable for dogs and cats
Treatment against flea infestations.
Mode of application: Orally.
Contains 6 tablets.
Capstar <10Kg or Capstar >11Kg
Store at a temperature below 25º.
Before use, you should carefully read the package insert.
There are two formats of Capstar:
Capstar <10Kg - tablets containing 11.4mg of nitenpyram.
Capstar >11Kg - tablets containing 57.0mg of nitenpyram.
Administer one tablet of Capstar <10kg to cats and small dogs weighing 1kg to 11kg or Capstar >11kg to dogs over 11kg, provided a flea infestation is detected.
It must be administered orally.
The frequency of treatment depends on the degree of infestation:
In the case of severe infestation, it may be necessary to treat the animals every day or every other day, until the flea infestation is controlled.
Treatment can be resumed if fleas reappear.
Do not give more than one treatment per day.
Capstar has no persistent activity. To prevent reinfestation.
For this reason, an adequate separate treatment is recommended to control that it is not re-infected by fleas.
It can be administered during pregnancy and lactation.
Do not use in animals less than 4 weeks of age or weighing less than 1kg.