About PROGRAM® 6 Month Injectable
PROGRAM® (lufenuron) 6 Month Injectable For Cats
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® (lufenuron) 6 Month Injectable for Cats prevents flea eggs and larvae from developing. This breaks the flea life cycle at its base, and effectively controls the flea population.
How PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats Works
PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats is a remarkable product that provides an entire 6 months of flea control. Just two doses protect your cat all year long. PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats contains lufenuron, an insect development inhibitor that prevents the development of immature stages of the flea.
Over one million doses of PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats have been administered. It has undergone testing and is held to high FDA standards (NADA #141-105, Approved by FDA), so you know it's safe for your cat. The following side effects may occur in treated cats: injection site reactions, gastrointestinal, inactivity, loss of appetite. Click HERE for full product information.
PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats works like birth control for fleas by preventing eggs from developing. It provides extremely effective flea protection. In a university study, from day 14 through the rest of the 6 months, PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats demonstrated 97.7% effectiveness. What's more, PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats cannot fall off like a collar or be groomed off by your cat like liquid-drop flea control products.
How to Use
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 6 Month Injectable for Cats all year round. Research shows that 100% of pet owners who use PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats year round are satisfied. Just two injections a year from your veterinarian.