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Our resident ex-Veterinary Nurse Lisa Hopkins is flying high after passing an examination that allows her to advise on medicines for avians.
Lisa Hopkins, who was already an E-SQP (Suitably Qualified Person in the Companion Animal and Equine field, as recognised by AMTRA), passed a further examination which qualifies her to advise on avian medicine – including treatment for poultry and pigeons.
This makes her an EA-SQP, which represents a great achievement as she is one of only 23 such qualified people in the UK.
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Vets recommend that pets are wormed 4 times a year (every 3 months), however, if your pet hunts/scavenges, then it is advisable to worm more frequently. Our One Does Easy Wormers kill both roundworm and tapeworm.
Our 4fleas Spot On should be applied every 4 weeks for maximum protection.
Both our Fipronil Spot-On and 4Fleas Spot-on can be applied from 8 weeks of age.
Yes, for total flea control, an environmental spray should be used.
Yes, the 4Fleas Tablets can be used with other Spot-On Treatments
The tablets start to kill fleas in just 15 minutes – over 95% of fleas will die within 6 hours and 100% of fleas will be dead in 24 hours.
The tablets will last for 24 hours, after which time the dose may be repeated.
Yes, the tablets can be administered from 4 weeks of age with a minimum bodyweight of 1kg.