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Sentinel Spectrum Tasty Chew For 22-45kg Large Dogs

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Monthly treatment with Sentinel Spectrum Tasty Chews for Large 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 22 and 45 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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    • Rose nunn says... We have been happy using sentinel which has all the protection for our pet
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    • Emma says... This is the best value for money in caring for your dogs. It does fleas, heart worm and intestinal worm. And most dogs take the meaty chew without fuss. I rest assured that my dogs are adequately protected. Doesn't protect against ticks, but my dogs get lots of rubs and cuddles, so we check for ticks that way.
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    • Jodi G says... I love these! Every month I flea and worm between 6 & 9 dogs... It has never been so easy! With other tablet products the dogs mick around and end up spitting little chunks out everywhere, but with Sentinel they eat it just like any other treat... No mucking around. They smell so good!! The switch to Sentinel was so easy!
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    • Stef says... I like Sentinel because it does the most of any product I've seen, it does ALL your intestinal worms (including tapeworm, which advocate, revolution and panoramis miss) and it does heartworm and fleas. My cattle dog has not had any fleas since being on sentinel and she loves the chewy treat, I am happy knowing that I have covered her for everything. During the summer to be more economical we switch to Interceptor and then use Frontline (we have an affectionate cat so we can't use Advantix) so she is covered for everything including paralysis tick and we aren't double-dosing on anything :)
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    • Carrie Lacey says... I have been using Sentinel Spectrum on my Golden Retriever and Lab x Border Collie for 6-7 years - I cannot fault it. I switched once as I found a cheaper alternative but for the first time ever, they got fleas. I got rid of all the fleas and went straight back onto Sentinel Spectrum. It covers fleas, worms and heartworm in one tablet and its totally effective - happy to pay the price for something that really works. Wish it was available for cats too!!
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    • Joanne says... This is great value for money as it covers heartworm, intestinal worms and prevents fleas. We were using two different products before we discovered Sentinel, one being a spot on product for flea control which our dog really didn't like. This way is much cheaper and our dog is more than happy to eat what she thinks is a treat!
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