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Bravecto chewable tablets for dogs


Some great information from MSD on your dog’s health
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Bravecto for dogs are used to kill adult fleas and are indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations and the treatment and control of tick infestations.

Bravecto chewable tablets can be used in dogs from 8 weeks of age and weighing from 2kg. A single tablet will provide protection for 12 weeks in dogs and puppies.

Treatment may begin at any time of the year and can continue year round without interruption.

Bravecto chewable tablets contain fluralaner and are used in dogs to control fleas and ticks. One dose is effective for 12 weeks against fleas and most types of tick. Bravecto can be given safely to breeding dogs, including pregnant or lactating bitches and puppies from eight weeks of age. The tablets should not be broken prior to dosing and are best given with food.

Bravecto is only effective once the parasite has bitten the dog and taken some blood, so in a heavily infested environment, newly attached parasites might be seen briefly before they die. Newly emerged fleas will be killed before they are mature enough to lay eggs, so the life cycle of the flea is effectively stopped.

Some great information from MSD on your dog’s health

Check out our full range of flea and tick treatments here