Capstar 11.4 mg Tablets - Kills Fleas and Maggots
- Maximum Purchase:
- 3 units
CAPSTAR 11.4 mg Tablets
Kills maggots and maggot eggs on wildlife. Can be used internally and externally. Crush 1/4 tablet, dissolve in 1 ml water, and give orally by syringe once a day for two days. In addition, you can crush 1/2 tablet in 2 ml water and apply externally anywhere maggots/eggs are visible, especially ears, nose, eyes, or anus.
Gave 2 tablets to my 3 rabbits that appear to have flees ( scratch a lot). No bad reactions, but they are still scratching some. 2 of the 11.4 mg tablets may not have been enough. Will increase the dose. Would love suggestions from those with rabbits. Mine are free range and live in the yard. I have to catch them with a fish net to go to the vet, which has to be life or death.
So I read the product can be used for cats and dogs, when they send you the product the instructions are for small wildlife but I gave to my cats anyways. They were living in a garage in the one was so infested with Fleas it was difficult to get rid of I tried everything. I gave each of the full grown cats one tablet in a pill pocket. They were easy for the cats to eat and I swear on my life they got rid of the fleas immediately I brushed them and everything I don’t know how long it actually took to get rid of them but I noticed a difference so quickly I was amazed. They completely stopped scratching at themselves and I haven’t seen any fleas jump on me. I am so happy how easily I was able to buy this product on the site and very impressed with the quick results. I highly recommend using this for fleas not just on wildlife but works great for rescue cats too
So I have a 4 month old squirrel and a cat that I tried this on. I gave my squirrel Icarus 1/4 a tablet in apple sauce, and my cat 1 tablet in his wet food, they both ate it up with no fuss, and while it's harder to see fleas dead or alive on a hyper active squirrel, she was much more playful the following day and hasn't scratched at all in front of me, just regular grooming, basically she seems a lot more comfortable. And the cat, gave it too him in the morning before work, and by the evening, his fur was already nicer and dryer because he wasn't scratching himself to ribbons, and I found dead fleas on the floor, around where he sits, so it definitely kills fleas.