Bravecto SPOT ON solution for medium dogs (10-20 kg) green
Bravecto Spot-on Treatment for dogs provides 6 months protection against fleas and 4 months against ticks in a single dose One dose covers the entire flea life cycle
WHY DOES BRAVECTO SPOT-ON FOR DOGS LAST LONGER THAN BRAVECTO CHEW?
Bravecto spot-on for dogs has a unique formulation which gives it extended duration compared to the chew. This includes differences in absorption when Bravecto is applied topically compared to when it is administered orally.
WHY DOES BRAVECTO SPOT-ON FOR DOGS LAST LONGER THAN BRAVECTO SPOT-ON FOR CATS?
The topical absorption profile is different in cats compared to dogs. In addition, fluralaner is metabolised and excreted more rapidly in cats than dogs.
CAN I USE BRAVECTO SPOT-ON FOR DOGS IN GROWING, LARGE BREED PUPPIES?
MSD recommends the use of Bravecto chew for rapidly growing, large breed puppies, due to the shorter treatment interval allowing more flexible and accurate dosing.
HOW CAN I CHOOSE BETWEEN BRAVECTO CHEW AND SPOT-ON FOR DOGS?
Every pet owner and dog has specific needs and preferences. Some dogs are picky eaters, others won’t sit still for a spot-on treatment. Some owners prefer the longest possible protection from one treatment, others may prefer to administer flea and tick treatment every 3 months alongside other pet care routines such as intestinal wormers. Bravecto is available in both a spot-on and chew, ensuring there is always long lasting protection available to suit your client’s needs.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF LONG LASTING TREATMENT VERSUS MONTHLY TREATMENTS?
88% of pet owners say Bravecto is more convenient than a monthly treatment.8 Gaps in protection can occur when pet owners do not administer flea treatments at the correct treatment interval. Bravecto ensures compliance for an extended period with just one dose, helping your clients to drive fleas to extinction in their homes. Use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. Seizures have been reported in dogs receiving fluralaner, even in dogs without a history of seizures.