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Elanco Capstar is a flea oral treatment for dogs and cats that kills adult fleas very rapidly, before they even start an infestation in your best friend. Through its active substance, nitenpyram, Capstar starts to kill fleas within 30 minutes and over 90% of fleas within four hours in dogs and six hours in cats. This way, your pet will be able to get a quick relief.




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Capstar can be given as often as once a day, if your pet gets re-infested with fleas. Capstar is available in three packages: Capstar 57 mg, for large dogs, and Capstar 11.4 mg, for small dogs and cats. This over-the-counter treatment is safe to use in dogs, puppies, cats and kittens with two pounds of body weight or more and four weeks of age or older.


Capstar for dogs is an oral flea treatment that made specifically for puppies and dogs suffering from flea infestations. This fast-acting treatment starts killing fleas within 30 minutes from the time of dosage. Given on a daily basis for heavy flea infestations, the tablet is a residue-free flea solution. It is a short-term treatment for instant relief, which must be followed by a long-term flea control program.


Manufactured by Novartis/Elanco, Capstar tablets are a one-of-a-kind oral flea treatment that is safe for four weeks and older puppies and dogs. It gives instant flea relief and kills more than 90% of fleas within 4 hours of tablet intake. Made up of Nitenpyram, an effective neurotoxin, it kills fleas by blocking their neural message transmission.


Best product I've ever had for my animals for fleas. I take in strays, so I always try to have a supply of capstar, works super fast!??( Unfortunately capstar only works for 24 hrs, so with all my strays I'm struggling to be able keep the capstar coming)??


Capstar Flea Treatment Tablets are used to kill fleas on dogs and cats, which begins working within 30 minutes. Capstar will kill more than 90% of adult fleas within 4 hours on dogs and 6 hours on cats, and pets may temporarily scratch as a result of the fleas dying.


Capstar is approved for use in dogs and cats over 4 weeks of age and over 2 pounds of body weight. It is available in packages for dogs and cats 2-25 pounds and dogs 25.1-125 pounds. Choose the correct strength and give 1 tablet as the dose. For pets over 125 pounds give the correct combination of tablets.


Side effects that may occur in dogs include Lethargy/depression, vomiting, itching, decreased appetite, diarrhea, hyperactivity, incoordination, trembling, seizures, panting, allergic reactions including hives, vocalization, salivation, fever, and nervousness. Side effects that may occur in cats include Hyperactivity, panting, lethargy, itching, vocalization, vomiting, fever, decreased appetite, nervousness, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, salivation, incoordination, seizures, pupil dilation, increased heart rate, and trembling. There are no known drug or food interactions What special precautions are there: This medication treats the pet only. To properly control fleas all pets must be treated and the outside and inside environments also need to be treated to prevent a reoccurrence. In the event of overdose: Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room. How should I store this product: Store this product at room temperature. Keep out of the reach of children and pets.


Quick Caps by PuppyButts are among the cheapest generic alternatives of Capstar. The Quick Caps tablets have the same active ingredient as Capstar, nitenpyram. There are two products, which correspond to pet weights. For cats and dogs weighing 2-25 pounds, the concentration of nitenpyram is 12 mg (slightly higher than Capstar). For dogs weighing 25 to 125 pounds, the tablets contain 57 mg of nitenpyram (same as Capstar).


For treating heavy flea infestation in canines, Capstar is an active formula. This quick action tab works well in killing adult fleas. Within 30 mins of administration, Capstar starts destroying fleas and within few hours, it removes 98-100% fleas. Treatment with Capstar poses no danger on pregnant and nursing bitches. As safe to use on 4 weeks age of puppies and above, it is suitable for all breeds of dogs.


Don't let a few fleas turn into an infestation. Treat all your dogs and cats with fast-acting Capstar and start killing fleas in just 30 minutes. The oral tablet is so fast and effective, you can literally see the dead fleas fall off your pet*.


Eliminating fleas on your pet is easy with Capstar (nitenpyram) because CAPSTAR provides fast flea relief for your dog or cat. In fact, it begins to work within 30 minutes to kill adult fleas. You will literally see fleas falling off your pet! Capstar should only be used for pets over 6 weeks in age and over 1kg in weight - it is also safe for pregnant or nursing dogs and cats. CAPSTAR should be given orally, with or without food, on any day when fleas are seen on the animal. No more than one treatment should be given per day.


Speed of kill and percentage kill of nitenpyram (CAPSTAR) was compared to fipronil (Frontline) spot-on), imidacloprid (Bayvantage/Advantage), selamectin (Stronghold/Revolution) and cythioate (Cyflee) against adult fleas on cats and dogs 3 and 8h post-treatment. Selamectin was used on dogs only; cythioate was used on cats only. Groups of eight cats and eight dogs (four males and four females each) were experimentally infested with 100 unfed fleas 1 day prior to treatment with the test products. One group of cats and one group of dogs served as control. Fleas were collected from four cats and four dogs in each group (two males and two females) by combing 3h after treatment, the remaining four cats or dogs were combed 8h after treatment. In cats cythioate treatment resulted in a mean efficacy of 62.4 and 97.4% at 3 and 8h post-treatment, respectively. Imidacloprid efficacy at the same times was 26.9 and 82.8%, whereas fipronil efficacy was 24.3 and 62.6% efficacy, respectively. In dogs mean efficacy 3 and 8h after treatment with selamectin was 39.7 and 74.4%; with imidacloprid efficacy was 22.2 and 95.7%, respectively and 35.9 and 46.5%, respectively after treatment with fipronil. Nitenpyram was 100% effective in cats and 99.1% effective in dogs within 3h of treatment and 100% effective in cats and dogs within 8h. 041b061a72


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