PROGRAM® (lufenuron) Flavor Tabs®
and PROGRAM Suspension
The fleas on your cat are in the adult
stage. An adult female flea, living on a pet, can lay up to
2,000 eggs in her lifetime. But PROGRAM Flavor Tabs and PROGRAM
Suspension prevent flea eggs and larvae from developing. This
breaks the flea life cycle at its base, and effectively wipes
out the flea population.
How PROGRAM Flavor Tabs and PROGRAM Suspension
PROGRAM Flavor Tabs and PROGRAM Suspension are available for
monthly oral dosing at home. Both products contain lufenuron,
an insect growth regulator that prevents the development of
immature stages of the flea, and also prevents fleas from
reinfesting your cat.
Some liquid-drop flea control products leave pesticide residues
that can rub off onto carpets, furniture and bedding. PROGRAM
Flavor Tabs and PROGRAM Suspension leave no pesticide residue
in your home or on your cat. PROGRAM Flavor Tabs and PROGRAM
Suspension don't require gloves, have no special handling
instructions, and cannot wash off.
PROGRAM® (lufenuron) Flavor Tabs® and PROGRAM Suspension
have been demonstrated safe with more than 250 million doses
administered worldwide and over eight years of use.
In a three-year study, conducted in real homes with real pet
owners, lufenuron, the active ingredient in PROGRAM Flavor
Tabs and PROGRAM Suspension, was shown to be 100% effective
in preventing flea populations.*
How to Use PROGRAM® (lufenuron)Flavor
Flea populations are more prevalent in the spring when cold
temperatures turn warmer, making it a more hospitable climate
for parasites. You are more apt to encounter fleas in warm,
humid areas. However, because weather patterns are always
variable and unpredictable, it is important to use PROGRAM
Flavor Tabs all year round. Research shows that 100% of pet
owners who use PROGRAM Flavor Tabs year-round are satisfied.
Give PROGRAM Flavor Tabs once a month. Always give PROGRAM
Flavor Tabs with a meal to ensure proper absorption. You can
crush the tablet and mix it with wet food, or ask the veterinarian
how to give your cat the pill directly. Make sure all pets
in your home are protected against fleas.
How to Use PROGRAM Suspension
Open the pouch of PROGRAM Suspension, squeeze it into your
cat's dish, and mix it with just two tablespoons of wet food.
Make it a treat by using a wet food your cat really likes.
After your cat has eaten its treat with PROGRAM Suspension,
follow it with a regular meal to ensure proper absorption.
Here are some that have worked well for other cat owners:
- Tuna oil
- Whipped cream
- Ice cream
- Clam juice
- Deviled ham
- Sour cream
- Sardine oil
- Tuna water
- Canned cat food
- Brown gravy
- Chicken broth
TABS for cats -the only oral monthly
preventative that protect against heartworms and remove adult
roundworms (Toxocara cati) and adult hookworms (Ancylostoma
TABS and PROGRAM SUSPENSION -both
prevent flea eggs and larvae from developing. This breaks
the flea life cycle at its base, and effectively controls
the flea population.
PROGRAM 6 MONTH INJECTION
for CATS -prevents flea eggs and larvae
from developing. This breaks the flea life cycle at its base,
and effectively controls the flea population.
-brand products is the longest-lasting,
most complete product for controlling fleas and ticks. FRONTLINE
for dogs and cats is highly effective, easy to use and provides
superior, guaranteed protection. What's more, FRONTLINE is
available in three convenient formulations to make it easy
for you to protect your pet.
-Because it works so fast, Advantage provides
relief from fleas within minutes. Advantage is proven to stop
fleas from biting in 3 - 5 minutes after application. Advantage
kills 98-100 percent of fleas within 12 hours of application.
In addition, one convenient treatment lasts for up to one
is the first-ever FDA approved, topically-applied medication
for both dogs and cats that: Prevents heartworm (Dirofilaria
immitis) disease, Kills adult fleas (Ctenocephalides felis)
and prevents their eggs from hatching, Treats and controls
ear mites (Otodectes cynotis), Treats hookworm (Ancylostoma
tubaeforme) and roundworm (Toxocara cati) in cats.
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