Lufenuron, 6 Month Supply For Cats & Dogs

Lufenuron, 1 year supply For Cats & DogsLufenuron, 1 year supply For Cats & Dogs


FDA approved
Small easy to administer capsules




FDA approved for use in dogs and cats. Available by prescription and over the counter. Once the female flea ingests blood from a pet treated with lufenuron, 96% of egg development from fleas on cats and 99% of egg development from fleas on dogs is stopped. This helps prevent a continual flea problem. Lufenuron does not kill the adult flea and does not stop the flea from biting and causing flea allergy dermatitis. Lufenuron is stored in the body fat and released into the bloodstream over the course of a month. Flea eggs laid prior to treating the pet may take several months to hatch. Lufenuron will not be effective until these fleas start to lay eggs. Therefore it may take several months to see the product’s effectiveness. If quicker results are needed, use our Nitenpyram Capsules.

Side Effects,
Rare. May see lack of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, itching, difficulty breathing, or reddened skin.

Warnings, Oral forms are considered safe to use in pregnancy and lactation.
Lufenuron capsules are approved for use in dogs and cats 4 weeks of age and older.
Treat year-round for best results or start before warm weather begins each spring in the northern states.
Need to treat all pets in the household for fleas, and treat the environment, or the problem will continue.

Drug or Food Interactions No known drug interactions.

Additional information

Weight .5 oz
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 2 in

45 mg Dogs up to 10 lbs, 90 mg Dogs 11 – 20 Lbs, 90 mg Cats up to 6 lbs, 205 mg Dogs 21 – 45 lbs, 205 mg Cats 7 – 15 lbs, 410 mg Dogs 46 – 90 lbs


  1. Thanks for the details we were looking for this while we were scanning the web as well as your website showed up-- Many thanks

  2. Can this be used for larger cats? I have a Maine Coon and he weighs over 20 lbs.

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