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Bob Martin FleaClear Spot On Medium Dog is designed to kill fleas and ticks on your dog. Each treatment will provide your dog with 8 week protection against fleas and 4 week protection against ticks. Bob Martin’s FleaClear Spot On is simple and easy to use, by applying to the back of your pet’s neck and between the shoulders to provide them with ultimate tick and flea protection. This product will not prevent ticks from attaching to your dog, but will kill them within 48 hours.
Directions for using Bob Martin FleaClear Spot On:
Use one tube per dog, applied to the skin as directed. Check that your dog is at least 2 months old AND that their weight falls within the weight range detailed on the front of the pack purchased.
1. FleaClear must be applied at 2 points - at the base of the back of the dog’s head and between the shoulder blades. If the dog is wearing a collar remove it first so that it does not restrict application.
2. Hold tube upright and snap off the top section of the cap opening the tube.
3. Part your dog’s coat until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the tube directly against the skin and squeeze gently. Apply approximately half of the tube at the back of the dog’s neck and half between the dogs shoulders. Squeeze the tube several times to ensure dosing is complete.
Caution before using Bob Martin Flea Clear Spot On:
Excellent no fleas or ticks since my 3 dogs have used Bob Martin Flea Clear. I live in Cyprus and fleas and ticks are abundant. Bravo