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Sentinel Spectrum Tasty Chew For 11-22kg Medium Dogs

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Monthly treatment with Sentinel Spectrum Tasty Chews for medium dogs will prevent heartworm(Dirofilaria) infection. It controls adult roundworm(trichuris vulpis), adult hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum), adult tapeworm (echinococcus granulosus, taenia piriformis, Dipylidium caninum) infection. Sentinel also provides long term protection and control of flea (Ctenocephalides felis) infestations and control of flea allergy dermatitis in dogs between 11 and 22 kg bodyweight. It does not kill adult fleas.
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    • Brand
      Sentinel
    • Feeding Guide
      Orally with a meal at monthly intervals
    • Ingredients
      Active Ingredients: Milbemycin Oxime, Praziquantel, Luferenon
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    Customer Reviews(13)

    • Shane says... Easy chewables and my dogs love them, no hassle in giving it to them!
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    • Sandra says... I am very happy with this product, I have used this for years, I know that it doesn't kill the adult fleas, but because I have used this regularly from puppyhood, one does not have problems. I have two dogs and have only seen a flea once on one dog. They are both 11 years old. I guess if they had lots of fleas one would have to use another product until they were eradicated.
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    • Michelle says... Have 2 kelpie / Lab cross. Been on these since pups. NEVER had worms, fleas etc - so can only assume it works as advertised. Buy when on special or they can be expensive otherwise. Very happy with product.
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    • Tracy Parker says... When I bought my sheltie her breeder recommended this product to me because some herding dogs are sensitive to Ivermectin so I have been using these for her for heartworm and worming ratber than tlea control because I don't think fleas would survive on her anyway
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    • cerri says... have three dogs and have no trouble at all with this product
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    • cerri says... great product
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    • Roslyn J says... I have two staffies that are consistently active and one a month, they get a special treat ;) they have a great affect as but as it saids on the packet, don't kill adult fleas so I take them for a hydro bath every two weeks and bath them one a week at home just to make sure no fleas grow, other than that fantastic product, and my boys love them.
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    • sam says... good product for an active dog
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    • Rozzie T says... My dog doesn't like eating them at all so we have to hide it in small pieces in banana or some meat. I will still use frontline plus to help in summer since it will do ticks and adult fleas too. I'm all about convenience so I'm not fussed if my fur baby doesn't like it. She will eat it! Will just take a bit longer to administer.
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    • Chloe the Beagle says... I don't like them but my owner has given them to me since I was a puppy and administered just like tablets (no chewing). I hope they work as my owner say that they are expensive but as the it says on the packet, they don't kill adult fleas.
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