Repeat Delivery

Repeat Delivery

Repeat Delivery

Repeat Delivery



Comfortis Flea Treatment Green

30% OFF


Was $103.00

(save $30.90)

- +

Select Your Home delivery Frequency


Comfortis chewable tablets is for dogs 9.1-18kg and cats 5.5-11.2kg, which rapidly kill fleas and are indicated for the treatment, prevention and control of flea infestations on dogs and for the control of flea allergy dermatitis for one month following administration. Each tablet contains 560mg spinosad.
  • You might also like

  • Additional Information

    • Brand
    • Application Method
    • Advice Care
      For dogs that weight between 9.1kg - 18kg and cat that weight between 5.5-11.2kg.
  • Reviews

    Add a review

    • value

    Customer Reviews(6)

    • Ivy says... My dog has had dermatitis since a pup, we tried everything and it was a couple of years ago then that my vet recommended comfortis as my dog might be allergic to fleas. I've never seen fleas on him but he has these itchy spots and since taking this, the itch and the spots never came back.
    • Jessica says... Our dogs used to pick up fleas so easily despite being regularly treated with other products and being bathed in flea-killing / preventative soaps and always seemed itchy and uncomfortable. Since we started using Comfortis a couple of years ago they haven't shown any signs at all of having fleas. The only difficulty is that it must taste horrible as we have a really tough time of getting our dogs to take them. We have success with one dog crushing the tablet and putting it into Greek yogurt, but are still trying to find a successful method for our slightly smarter / fussier dog. May try a ball of beef mince next time she's due.
    • Mathew says... I have been using comfortis for years now and ever since not a flea on my dog. I did make the mistake of trying others but nothing comes close this product don't waste your money on other brands buy the Best Buy comfortis.
    • Mathew george says... Best flea control on the market works fast last the time advised no more fleas. What more can I say don't buy Nexgard.
    • Annie says... Having an indoor unit cat that picked up fleas from a couple of resident dogs... spent months trying to get rid of them with Capstar and Advantage to no avail. My vet said to try Comfortis which has now become available for cats (check weight chart for appropriate pack). It is magic. Fleas gone with one dose. The tablet is large but beef flavoured so I cut it into 4 pieces and fed mixed up with Temptations treats and he wolfed it down.. so no trouble getting a pill down him. Can't recommend highly enough. One Hint:: make sure your cat has just had a good sized meal or it may cause him/her to vomit. I gave a good meal and a considerable number of treats with it to make sure stomach was full...and there was no vomit afterwards. It might seem expensive but really, when you combine the price of the other two and the number of times you have to reapply when it's not working over the long term, this product is great value. My cat has gone from miserable cat to happy cat =^.^=
    • lindyl says... This is by far the best treatment for fleas on the market. I've been using it on my dog for nearly 5 yrs and I can % 100 guarantee it works. Not once has he had a single flea since using this product yet I did try others before this and they didn't work as good. I love this brand and will continue to buy it always.

PETSPOT - Information & Advice

  • Petbarn supports Seeing Eye Dogs Australia

    Having a vision impairment or blindness makes navigating the world, and experiencing everyday life, much more difficult. That’s why it’s so important for organisations like Seeing Eye Dogs Australia to train and supply highly skilled dogs to help those people affected by full or partial blindness and other vision impairment. Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (SEDA) is ...

    The post Petbarn supports Seeing Eye Dogs Australia appeared first on PetSpot.

  • Cats who think they’re yogis

    Who says we should have all the fun on the yoga mats? These cats are getting to grips with their downward dogs, too! Namaste.   This little guy is becoming one with nature and hitting the great outdoors for his stretches.   Namaste to our feline friend here, who’s really relaxing into his pose.   “I ...

    The post Cats who think they’re yogis appeared first on PetSpot.

  • VIPs: Very Important Puppies!

    Catch up on all the news from our friends at Seeing Eye Dogs Australia, where the new puppy recruits are making a lot of headway with their training!   Belle    Belle’s personality is growing bigger and brighter than ever. Her Puppy Carer says she radiates so much joy, leaving people entertained and smiling. Not ...

    The post VIPs: Very Important Puppies! appeared first on PetSpot.

  • 9 reasons seeing eye dogs are the best dogs in the world

    Seeing Eye Dogs, those beautiful Labradors and Golden Retrievers, bring many loveable qualities to their owners, as well as benefitting the community around them. Here are nine reasons Seeing Eye Dogs are the best dogs in the world! 1. Seeing Eye Dogs are loyal and protective companions, they often provide the owner in need with more ...

    The post 9 reasons seeing eye dogs are the best dogs in the world appeared first on PetSpot.

  • Top winter fashion for your dog

    Play it cool with these top winter looks for your furry friends this coming season. That’s a wrap Baxter the Dachshund loves his silky coat and he hates being out of trend. Not only does this matching scarf and wrap beanie make him look uber chic but it also protects his coat from those nasty ...

    The post Top winter fashion for your dog appeared first on PetSpot.

  • What plants are toxic for cats?

    Plants or flowers often give that bright feeling to a home, but if you have a feline friend, that beautiful plant could be toxic for cats. Particular plants are toxic to cats and should be avoided at all times in your home. While in some cases, just parts of a plant might be poisonous, this ...

    The post What plants are toxic for cats? appeared first on PetSpot.

  • Seeing eye dogs – did you know?

    Vision Australia’s Seeing Eye Dogs Australia division (SEDA), is the only national provider of Seeing Eye Dogs for people that are blind or vision impaired. For the right person, getting a Seeing Eye Dog can have a profound impact on the quality of their life. It takes a lot of time, love, patience and money to ...

    The post Seeing eye dogs – did you know? appeared first on PetSpot.

  • When pets April Fool us

    It doesn’t matter how switched on we are, every year we’re guaranteed to get April Fooled! These animals decided to not wait until 1st April to get maximum fool effect. Enjoy! Not for those scared of spiders. He had us all tricked, that’s for sure! Would the real Puss In Boots please stand up? To ...

    The post When pets April Fool us appeared first on PetSpot.

  • July Photo Competition Winners – SMILE

    Our July pet photo competition theme – SMILE. We asked ‘How does your pet make you smile?’ Your answers made us smile and so did the photo’s of your pets showing us there teeth! Congratulations to everyone that entered. The pet photos featured here are our July winning entries and will receive a $25 Petbarn Gift Card. August Photo ...

    The post July Photo Competition Winners – SMILE appeared first on PetSpot.

  • Pet dental care tips at home

    Tips on keeping your pet’s teeth and gums healthy in the comfort of your home. Dental disease in our pets can prevented in the vast majority of cases and often it’s easy to achieve and maintain healthy teeth and gums at home. There are many different methods to prevent dental disease and to assist with ...

    The post Pet dental care tips at home appeared first on PetSpot.

  • “Oops I did it again” – June Photo Competition

    Our June pet photo competition theme “Oops, I did it again” had some of the funniest entries we have ever seen! Congratulations to everyone that entered. So many pet parents are experiencing those moments when you’re not sure whether to laugh or cry…it’s nice to know you’re not alone! The pet photos featured here are our winning ...

    The post “Oops I did it again” – June Photo Competition appeared first on PetSpot.

  • 5 family friendly dog breeds

    Choosing a family friendly dog is an important decision and one that will affect the dynamic of your household.  There is much to consider when you are selecting the right dog breed for your home, especially if you have children. Here are 5 family friendly dog breeds that are good with children: Golden Retriever Golden ...

    The post 5 family friendly dog breeds appeared first on PetSpot.

  • Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (SEDA) – August Update Part 1

    Archy Like the other Petbarn pups, Archy had his 6 month assessment in August and his Puppy Development Officer was very impressed with his progress and how far he has come. Archy continues to build on his socialisation skills and goes to his usual places including parks, the shops and restaurants. Archy also went to ...

    The post Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (SEDA) – August Update Part 1 appeared first on PetSpot.

Life’s about to get even more rewarding for you and your best friend

  • Earn points with every dollar spent at Petbarn, Greencross Vets and City Farmers
  • Accelerate your rewards with Frequent Feeder program
  • $10 loyalty voucher for every 6,000 points earned

Join Now