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Nexgard Flea And Tick Chew For Large Dog 25.1-50kg

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Fleas and ticks are a nuisance to our dogs. Fleas can cause skin irritation, while ticks can result in severe illness and even death. There’s now a simple solution to flea and tick protection for dogs. Nexgard is the first tasty chew that kills fleas AND ticks, including deadly paralysis ticks for a full month. Protecting your dog from these dangerous parasites is now as simple as one chew, once a month. The tasty beef-flavoured chew can be given as a monthly treat with or without food.
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  • Additional Information

    • Brand
      NexGard
    • Application Method
      Chew
    • Treatment Type
      Flea & Tick
    • Ingredients
      Each chewable contains 136.0mg Afoxolaner
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    Customer Reviews(9)

    • Penny says... It is quite expensive, however I've been using this on my dog for close to a year without seeing a single flea. It works much better than applicator products and the tick treatment element poses no threat to my cat because it's not a topical treatment. My dog doesn't like the chew, but we've learnt to coat it in something he will eat.
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    • Martin says... Great product, been using it for 18 months. NO fleas and more importantly NO ticks. Expensive, but effective.
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    • Conor says... It is so easy. My dog chewed it up is seconds. A bit expensive
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    • Graham says... Great stuff. Easy to administer, works a treat, and our old Retriever doesn't even realise it's good for her !!
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    • kerry says... my shepherd loves taste has been under the house disturbing probably fleas and NO FLEAS ON HER. great, I fell safe knowing the product been using for 5 months, gone camping in the bush and all,
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    • Melany Clarke says... Have been giving our dog this and I haven't seen any fleas or ticks on him, and we also got a puppy and she's on the puppy nexguard and no flea or ticks on her either.. Great product. It is a bit pricey but worth the buy.. They also love the taste of it, its like a treat, it's nice that you don't have to shove it down there throat..
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    • kate says... This product is quite expensive, but has amazing results. I only have to give my dog 1 tablet every 6 weeks, i have been doing so for 3 months and have not seen a single flea. The best part about these tablets are that my picky dog thinks they are treats. I only wish these tablets were cheaper!
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    • Charlotte says... A 'chewable' tablet my dog will actually eat. Fleas and ticks for a month. No need for annoying tick collars anymore. Just a bit overpriced.
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    • Ryan says... Have been using this product for 4 months now and love it. Given the flea season that we just went through it worked a treat.
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