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Bravecto Spot On Flea Treatment For Cats 2.8-6.25kg
- Safety Information
- The safety of Bravecto has not been established during breeding, pregnancy or lactation.
Not to be administered in cats under 1.2kg or less than 9 weeks old.
Ensure correct product is used based on the weight of the cat.
- Remove Bravecto from its child-safe packaging
Hold the tube straight up and give the cap one twist to break the seal.
Please do not attempt to remove the cap as it does not come off.
Ensure the animal’s back is horizontal. Part the hair and apply directly to the skin.
Apply at the base of the skull, to ensure wet product can’t be licked. For cats under 6.25 kg, apply in one spot. For cats over 6.25 kg, apply in 2 spots.
- Life Stage
- Kitten, Adult, Senior
- Treat every 3 months for flea & tick protection
- Treats & controls ear mites
- Can be used as part of treatment strategy for control of flea allergy dermatitis (FAD)
- Simple and convenient TWIST-N-USE spot-on application
- Application Type
- Spot On
We know that monthly treatments can be easy to miss; thankfully Bravecto lasts three times as long. Our spot-on treatment will guard your cat against flea, ticks, and ear mites, and can be used as part of treatment strategy for control of flea allergy dermatitis.
Bravecto gives you peace of mind parasite protection with fewer doses than monthly alternatives. A single spot-on dose lasts 3 months which means just 4 doses per year for fleas and ticks! Fleas can be a year-round problem and can exist both indoors and outdoors.
Bravecto can be used for treatment of:
Existing flea & tick infestations, as well as sustaining control of new infestations.
Flea Allergy Dermatitis
Treatment of ear mites after a single dose.
Fleas can continually re-infest treated pets – either from juvenile flea life stages that have just matured to adults in the household or from fleas that jump onto the pet when outside or visiting other homes. Treatments will kill these fleas before they are able to lay viable eggs, breaking the flea life cycle. Also, as fleas die, they can move from the skin surface where they feed, to the tips of the hairs in the coat, making them more visible to the human eye.