How to apply spot on treatments

- Make sure to read the instructions carefully before administering, and make sure the spot on is correct for your pet (there are different products for cats, dogs and small furries) – please contact us if you’re in any doubt as to frequency or suitability of the treatment you have.

- The coat should be dry before application.

- Part the fur in a location they cannot reach to lick and apply directly to the skin. Depending on how much there is you may need to apply in a few locations so that it is absorbed by the skin, not the fur.

- Do not let your pet get wet for at least 24 hours after application.

Please give us a ring or call in for more information and advice on the best products to use.

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