Flea infestations on dogs and cats cause a lot of discomfort and if not treated on time, it can cause flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) in dogs and miliary dermatitis in cats. Not to forget that fleas transmit other parasites, including tapeworms.
Timely flea control is important for your pet’s health and for this you need CAPSTAR.
CAPSTAR is an oral flea medication for pets. It is developed for dogs, puppies, cats and kittens having 2 pounds of body weight or greater and 4 weeks of age and older.
CAPSTAR Tablets contain 11.4 or 57.0 mg of nitenpyram and are effective for best flea treatment for dogs. Nitenpyram, which belongs to the chemical class of neonicotinoids starts killing adult fleas within 30 minutes of administration.
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This flea control medicine treats flea infestation in dogs, puppies, cats and kittens that have 2 pounds of body weight or greater and 4 weeks of age and older.
- CAPSTAR Tablets for flea control begin working within 30 minutes.
- It kills fleas currently infesting your pet
- Wipes out flea infestations on your cat or dog
- It is safe for pregnant or nursing dogs and cats.
Direction and Dosage
CAPSTAR Tablets can successfully kill adult fleas and are indicated for the treatment of flea infestations on dogs, puppies, cats and kittens 2 pounds of body weight or greater and 4 weeks of age and older.
- Administer CAPSTAR Tablets once per week for holistic flea treatment until adult fleas are no longer observed.
- For a severe flea infestation, administer CAPSTAR Tablets twice per week until adult fleas are no longer observed.
- Additional Novartis CAPSTAR Tablets may be administered as needed to kill the occasional adult flea picked up from infested environments.
- To give CAPSTAR Tablets, place the pill directly in your pet’s mouth or hide it in food. Make sure your pet swallows the dog flea pill.
- It is important to treat all cats and dogs in the household. Fleas can reproduce on untreated pets and allow infestations to persist.
CAPSTAR Tablets should be administered according to the following schedule for holistic flea treatment. Weigh your pet prior to administration to ensure proper dosage. Do not administer to pets less than 2 pounds.
|Recommended Dosage Schedule|
|Species Body Weight Dose Nitenpyram Per Tablet|
|Dog or Cat||2-25 lbs.||One tablet||11.4 mg|
|Dog||25.1-125 lbs.||One tablet||57.0 mg|
CAPSTAR Tablets for dogs and cats begin working within 30 minutes.
In studies, CAPSTAR achieved greater than 90% effectiveness against adult fleas on dogs within 4 hours and cats within 6 hours.
When using this product for flea dermatitis, you may notice that your dog or cat will start scratching itself as fleas begin to die. These skin problems in dogs and cats are temporary.
The scratching behavior is temporary and is a reaction to the fleas, not the drug. In cats and dogs, this may present as transient signs of hyperactivity, panting, vocalization and excessive grooming/licking.
CAPSTAR flea tablets for dogs and cats kill adult fleas that cause flea allergy dermatitis (FAD).
This flea medicine for dogs and cats can be used along with heartworm preventives, corticosteroids, antibiotics, vaccines, de-worming medications, shampoos and other flea products.
Store at controlled room temperature, between 59° and 77°F (15°-25°C)
Not for human use. Keep this and all drugs out of reach of children.
This flea medicine for dogs does not have an effect on fleas in the pet’s environment.
You may need to treat more than one time because immature fleas in and around the home will continue to develop into adults that can reinfest your pet and cause skin problems in dogs and cats.
Pre-approval laboratory and clinical studies showed that CAPSTAR Tablets, one of the best holistic flea treatment medicines are safe for use in dogs and cats, puppies and kittens 2 pounds of body weight or greater and 4 weeks of age and older.
The following adverse reactions have been reported in cats after giving CAPSTAR for flea control: hyperactivity, panting, lethargy, itching, vocalization, vomiting, fever, decreased appetite, nervousness, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, salivation, incoordination, seizures, pupil dilation, increased heart rate, and trembling.
The following adverse reactions have been reported in dogs after giving CAPSTAR for flea treatment: lethargy/depression, vomiting, itching, decreased appetite, diarrhea, hyperactivity, incoordination, trembling, seizures, and panting, allergic reactions including hives, vocalization, salivation, fever, and nervousness.