Flea Control

Save your pet and yourself  the irritation of fleas - get up to date information and the best products for flea control from our friendly team.

Flea allergy dermatitis affects many animals each year and can be costly to treat, so a penny spent on prevention can be a very wise decision.

The key is to prevent your pets environment from becoming contaminated with fleas and their eggs.  The adult flea will lay a huge number of eggs and these eggs hatch into adults which is the ongoing source of fleas which plague the animals, especially in the warmer months.   Using an effective treatment on a regular basis will  keep those adults off your pet and stop them from laying eggs.   Using the right flea control option can be tricky, especially if you have an animal that is sensitive to fleas. There are a wide range of options on the market for flea control. We recommend only four products because we know they work, and they are products with full manufacturer support and backup....


Easy to use, just apply to skin on back of the neck  - Use for Fleas, ear and other types of  mites and also internal parasites such as roundworm, hookworm and whipworm

Fast acting, offers some environmental protection as well, apply  MONTHLY

Safe to use on puppies from 7 weeks of age, and kittens from 9 weeks old  


- Skin application  - Flea, mites, and roundworm control

Safe to use on puppies and kittens from 6 weeks of age

Fast acting, some environmental protection and effect. TREAT MONTHLY

Frontline Plus

- Skin application -Flea, tick and biting lice, does not protect from internal parasites

Fast acting, good environmental protection and effect can last up to 6 weeks on cats and 8 weeks on dogs. Although monthly treatment during the warmer months is recommended

Comfortis - NEW

-  Chewable Tablets, given once a month with a meal, this is used for rapid elimination of fleas from your dog, not used in cats  Treat MONTHLY

Use in dogs over 14 weeks of age

Does not control internal parasites

Each of the products listed for cats and dogs contain different drugs and have a slightly different range of actions.Talk to your vet or the clinic staff to decide on the best option for your pets.