Norbrook Laboratories Ltd, with the help of the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS), has produced a free Guide to Safe Flea Treatment booklet for pet owners. 

Norbrook Laboratories Ltd, with the help of the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS), has produced a free Guide to Safe Flea Treatment booklet for pet owners.  
 
Norbrook's Pestigon rangeThe booklet, which will be available through veterinary practices, details the dangers of certain spot on products when used in the incorrect species, the risks of buying veterinary medicines online and the benefits of implementing a complete flea treatment program to treat the household and animal.
 
Michelle Jones, Norbrook’s small animal brand manager, said: “For pet owners, an infestation of fleas can be a nightmare. The Guide to Safe Flea Treatment has been produced to help pet owners, under the advice of their vet, understand the potential issues that could be faced with purchasing decisions when dealing with flea and tick infestations.”
 
Publication of the booklet follows the recent launch of Norbrook’s Pestigon – a fipronil spot-on solution for cats and dogs – and the relaunch of its Permaguard household spray.
 
“Pestigon was launched recently as a POM-V product and is sold exclusively through veterinary practices,” adds Michelle. “The Guide to Safe Flea Treatment is available as part of a wider number of support materials available from Norbrook Laboratories including a useful waiting room display pack, which will help support vets when prescribing the product and discussing flea treatments with their clients.”
 

  • The Guide to Safe Flea Treatment and other supporting materials are available through your Norbrook representative. 
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