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Nexgard Flea And Tick Chew For Medium Dog 10.1-25kg

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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 68.0mg Afoxolaner
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    Customer Reviews(7)

    • tonyW says... Been using it for over 12 months now since it first came out in late 2014. No problems with ticks at all. To Mathew - yes if fleas are your only concern then yes there are cheaper product which will do the job. But if you have to deal with paralysis ticks as well products such as flea collars and Comfortis are useless. Also agree with Miss m - even with the current 20% discount there are still cheaper on-line prices around.
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    • Cara says... Whilst it is a bit pricey, it does a great job. They're easy to feed to pets because they taste just like treats. I have a golden retriever and he loves them
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    • Patti says... only product that has ever worked on our dog. We tried collars, drops, baths but nothing worked. Nexgard works immediately and lasts 4 to 6 weeks. Product does what it says it does. Bought this online elsewhere ($15 less + free shipping).
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    • Rosemary says... Great product. Combined with Milbemax, covers everything for a month. Found that other products such as panoramis and comfortis were hard to find a complete match to fill gaps, requiring a third product. Have never seen a flea or tick on my dog since switching. Only chewable she has ever taken willingly and eagerly. Price match online prices for ~$45 for 3 month pack.
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    • Narelle says... My dogs are daily swimmers so this product is much better for them.Advantix I find needs re applying fortnightly hence once a month is cheaper Still an expensive product though worth it.
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    • Mathew says... This product is only new to the market come recommend by the young lady working at my local petbarn. I followed directions washed my dog with a flea wash before giving her this product it done little to nothing in fact I think a flea collar that cost $7 done more never again $70 for three tablets one very unhappy customer of Nexgard. Buy Comfortis it works and fast.
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    • Miss m. says... Poduct works well BUT apart Barn needs to have more compettive pricing! Cheaper on other online sites
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