Sentry Capguard Flea Treat for Cats
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Sentry Capguard™ (Nitenpyram) for Cats

Sentry Capguard™ (Nitenpyram) for Cats
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Treats flea infestations in cats with the ease of an oral nitenpyram tablet
Starts killing fleas within 30 minutes
Oral tablets can be given as often as once a day - not a preventive

Easily treat flea infestations on your cat or small dog with the over-the-counter equivalent to Capstar (nitenpyram). Sentry Capguard (nitenpyram) is an oral tablet flea treatment ideal for when your pet is likely to be exposed to fleas, such as when taken outdoors, when boarding, grooming, or prior to surgery. Capguard is not a preventive; it simply treats your pet's infestations. Safe enough to give as often as once per day. 11.4 mg size tablets for cats, kittens, puppies, or small dogs, 2 lbs of body weight or greater, up to 25 lbs. For pets 4 weeks of age and older.

Active ingredient: Nitenpyram.

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Directions: A single dose of Capguard should kill the adult fleas on your pet. If your pet gets re-infested with fleas, you can safely give another dose as often as once per day. Please refer to the package insert for complete information.

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Capguard is safe for use in cats and kittens 2 lbs of body weight or greater and 4 weeks of age and older. Weigh your pet prior to administration to ensure proper dosage. It is also safe for use in pregnant or breeding dogs and cats.

Begins working within 30 minutes. In studies, Capguard achieved greater than 90% effectiveness against adult fleas on dogs within 4 hours and cats within 6 hours. Capguard kills adult fleas that cause flea allergy dermatitis.

If you have questions about flea control or medical problems associated with flea infestations, please consult your veterinarian.

Store at room temperature between 59° and 77° F (15°- 25° C).

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