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Worked very well will buy more I rate 5. And I also be passing in to others.
Good flea treatment. But please vetuk supply a magnifying glass with the instructions, the writing is stupidly tiny.
Super product, always works well, well recommended, l always use this product.
Très bon produit pour mes Border-Collies ; facile à utiliser et efficace.
With only having to use one pippette at a time this product is good value - with other leading brands you have to use two. Used yesterday on my two hairy spaniels. Today there are some dead fleas, some very groggy, and very little activity. Will look again to see how effective the treatment is in a couple of weeks time
Good product cheaper than other sites and cheaper by far than the local vet
Very easy to administer. Excellent value for money.
easy to use and works a treat, and loads cheaper than the leading brand
very easy to use and not messy at all. Just as good as the more expensive brands
My two boys have been on these for over a year now. We used to use Spot On- but these are just as affective - no ticks or fleas even with regular heathland walks.. much cheaper too!!
Excellent product, same active ingredient as Frontline but a lot cheaper - would recommend.
Very effective and a great price. Will be sticking with this.
Others who, like me, were looking for an alternative to Frontline should be aware that this product contains the same active ingredient, fipronil. If Frontline isn't working for you, then you probably want another product.
I use to use frontline but found it was becoming ineffective so I changed to this and found Snoop is now flea free.
Product works fine but one of the pippetes had snapped in transit. Emailed vetuk and got a refund for it. Otherwise very happy.
love this so cheap and hate going to vets so nice to get it sent to my house and its easy to use xx
Bouncer caught some fleas from somewhere (he's a very clean doggy usually and he's never had fleas before) but this seems to have sorted the problem.