St. Francis Animal Rescue Flea Control Products
WE SELL Capstar (nitenpyram) for dogs, Capstar (nitenpyram) for cats,, generics using nitenpyram CapAction, Quicktab, Fastcap We provide Over-The-Counter Oral flea control supplements, products, and information to your pets in your fight against flea infestation. Capstar flea oral killer generic control with nitenpyram is considered the fastest and easiest flea control. Nitenpyram is used in the most popular flea kill control for Over-The- Counter purchase and use. Nitenpyram has been In use for years, nitenpyram, which is used in Capstar and Capaction is a natural ingredient, not a poison, and derived from the tobacco plant. It was discovered this safe ingredient nitenpyram used in Capstar and Capaction for flea control starts working within an hour or less. Easy to administer, simply hide a dose in a treat or food. Our Rescue and Sanctuary experience, and years of research with dogs, feral cats, and urban wildlife has given us a wealth of information and experience. We pride ourselves as experts in flea management. We hope you find this information and our products meet your pets flea management needs. St. Francis Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, also St. Francis Healthy Pet has sold on Ebay for over 6 years, but has quit selling on Ebay due to the high costs associated with it.
Fleas are the most common parasites that cause illness in dogs. Nitenpyram is an effective formula for eliminating fleas from your dog. Acting within 30 minutes of administration, this flea treatment kills fleas protecting your dogs and cats from flea-infested diseases. How Capstar (nitenpyram) for Dogs and Capstar (nitenpyram) for cats works.
Capstar (nitenpyram) flea pill or generic nitenpyram) for dogs and Capstar (nitenpyram) is an exceptionally quick solution for treating fleas within minutes. Just one dosage protects your dogs against flea infestation. Easy to administer, these tablets work as short-term treatment and provide immediate relief from fleas. The powerful ingredient Nitepyram in Capstar acts as neurotoxin and blocks neural messages through parasites central nervous system, which results in death.
When fleas are visible on your dog, nitenpyram is the best option. Treat your dog with nitenpyram and within few minutes, fleas start falling down from pets’ body. During the first few hours of administration, excessive itching may be seen in dogs, which will slow down after sometime. Nitenpyram stays in your pets system for 24 to 32 hours killiong virtually 100% of the fleas on their body. We suggest using three days in a row. Day one, the fleas on your pet will die, and the next two days your pet will be like a flea assassin and it will be the flea demise for them! Safe to give daily if needed. If in doubt as to whether you pet has ingested the nitenpyram, it is safe to give another dose.
We are also selling Seresto collars, to kill both fleas and ticks. Thes are genuine collars. The Seresto collars have the serial number matching the collar serial number. The Seresto collars are sealed. Capstar CapAction generic nitenpyram fleakill
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Why just Oral Flea Products such as Capstar for dogs and Capstar for cats, CapAction nitenpyram active ingredient in Capstar dog and Capstar cats etc?
We just use and sell ORAL, Over-The-Counter (OTC) flea control because all other products, topicals, collars, and flea shampoos spread poison all over your pet and your enviroment.
Topicals spread poison all over you and your pet as well. Messy too.
Flea shampoos are EXTREMELY TOXIC. Read the directions and warnings, It will tell you NEVER shampoo your pet two days in a row. Because it can and WILL end in seazures and death.
We have broke down the active ingredients by their scientific names, to provide you with information to make an informed decision. Thank you for visiting our new site, and your support for St. Francis Sancuary and our missions to help all of God's creatures.
NITENPYRAM - USED IN CAPSTAR AND GENERICS
Nitenpyram is natural, and derived from the tobacco family. It is extremely difficult to overdose your pet. Once ingested, it is absorbed in your pets system, and your pet absorbs as much as needed and the rest is expelled harmlessly in their urine. Compare it to buying 20 gals. of gas for your car that has a 10 gal. tank. Once the 10 gals. are filled up, the rest of the gas falls harmlessly to the ground. it does not hurt your car, NOR does it help your car.
Nitenpyram, which is a OVER-THE-COUNTER (OTC) flea control supplement, is recommended for pets with sensitive skin. We always recommend seeing your Vet before using any supplement. Sold OTC at Big Box Stores and other retail locations .
SCIENCE DIRECT EXERPTS OF CLINICAL STUDIES
"Studies have demonstrated that nitenpyram has a high margin of safety in dogs and cats and appears safe to use in reproducing males and females."
"The toxic syndrome is not elicited until more than 100 mg/kg (MORE THAN 100 times higher than the recommended use rate according to science dired) is administered to either dogs or cats "
The Oxford University chemical safety data documents an LD50 toxicology test on rats, both male and female, where doses are recorded as 1680 mg and 1575 mg per kg body weight respectively. As such, the overdose limits for animals are quite high, reaching into grams, and the compound is seen as safe for daily use for animals. Human consumption is not recommended, though no side effects of indirect exposure are known to occur.
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As previosly stated, nitenpyram is a Over-The-Counter (OTC) natural ingredient derived from the tobacco family. Given orally, it starts killing fleas within 15-30 minutes. Your pet absorbs as much as needed, and expels the rest out of their system. A FDA study, gave a group of cats 10 TIMES THE RECOMMENDED AMOUNT FOR OVER 8 MONTHS with no adverse effects attributed to nitenpyram.
Compare it to having a car with a 10 gallon gas tank and buying 20 gallons of gas for it. Once your car is filled up with 10 gallons of gas, the rest of the 10 gallons falls harmlessly to the ground. It doesn't hur, nor does it help your car. So giving more in a 24 hour period does not help kill more fleas.
It lasts for 24-32 hours in your pet, killing 100% of the adult fleas on your pet.
We recommend giving one dose for 3 days in a row. The first day kills all the fleas on your pet, and the next two days your pet is covered and killing all the straggling fleas. HEAVY INFESTATIONS we suggest giving every other day for 14 days or longer. It is safe to give a dose every day for as long as it takes. Even 2 or three months if needed!
Side effects are usually rare. Mostly itching and/or hyper activity for an hour or so. According to FDA, it's the fleas dying and NOT the nitenpyram. Do not give to sick or weakly animals, or under 4 lbs., or under 5 weeks.
One observed side effect is itchiness, suspected to be from the fleas dislodging. In the five hours after the treatment it was observed that cats were grooming themselves more, i.e scratching, biting, licking, and twitching. This will stop when the fleas have either flagged or have died. Other reported side effects are hyperactivity, panting, lethargy, vomiting, fever, decreased appetite, nervousness, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, salivation, incoordination, seizures, pupil dilation, increased heart rate, trembling and nervousness. In other studies no adverse effects were observed. These side effects will subside usually within a couple of hours.
Capstar for dogs (nitenpyram) and Capstar for cats (nitenpyram) and generic is safe to give to nursing animals, and pregnant occaisionally. Studies have shown a possiblity of having an effect on fetuses if used in excess daily for a long period of time. Like all supplements, contact your Vetrenarian before use.
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