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Resources

EDUCATION

RESOURCES

EDUCATION

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Educational Resources

How To Deal With Ticks On A Dog

HEALTH & PROTECTION

25 May, 2019

You may not realize it, but ticks pose a considerable threat to your dog regardless of whether or not your dog is outdoors.

Why Flea Prevention Matters Inside and Out?

HEALTH & PROTECTION

25 Feb, 2022

Fleas are a common and dangerous risk to pets and can be a threat any day of the year You may already know that fleas thrive in one of your pet’s favorite and most frequented playgrounds – your backyard.

Your Dog and Rickettsial Infections: Watch Out for this Tick-Transmitted Disease of Dogs

HEALTH & PROTECTION

25 Feb, 2022

We bring you information on signs to watch for, disease treatments and advice for keeping your precious pup protected from this infection.

Why Some Dogs Are More Attractive To Fleas Than Others

HEALTH & PROTECTION

25 Jun, 2019

Fleas will do just about anything to spend time with your dog; they love running their sleek little bodies through your dog’s hair, latching onto and nibbling your dog’s skin, and feeding off of your dog’s blood for, what could be, a long time.

How to Protect Your Dog from Fleas and Ticks

HEALTH & PROTECTION

10 May, 2019

Fleas, ticks and other parasites are the last thing you want in your home and on your dog although they are a constant risk for dogs throughout their lives.

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BRAVECTO for Dogs

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BRAVECTO is available by prescription only.

BRAVECTO is available by prescription only.

Important Safety Information

BRAVECTO 1-MONTH Chews: indicated for dogs 8 weeks of age and older. The most commonly reported adverse reactions include itching, diarrhea, vomiting, decreased appetite, elevated ALT, lethargy, and weight loss. BRAVECTO 1-MONTH is not effective against A. americanum in puppies less than 6 months of age. BRAVECTO Chews for Dogs: The most commonly reported adverse reactions include vomiting, decreased appetite, diarrhea, lethargy, polydipsia, and flatulence. BRAVECTO Topical Solution for Dogs: The most commonly reported adverse reactions include vomiting, hair loss, diarrhea, lethargy, decreased appetite, and moist dermatitis/rash. BRAVECTO Topical Solution for Cats: The most commonly reported adverse reactions include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, hair loss, decreased appetite, lethargy, and scabs/ulcerated lesions. BRAVECTO Topical Solution for Cats is not effective against American dog ticks beyond 8 weeks of dosing. BRAVECTO PLUS Topical Solution for Cats: The most commonly reported adverse reactions include vomiting, hair loss, itching, diarrhea, lethargy, dry skin, elevated ALT, and hypersalivation. BRAVECTO PLUS has not been shown to be effective for 2 months in kittens less than 6 months of age. Use with caution in cats that are heartworm positive. The effectiveness of BRAVECTO PLUS to prevent heartworm disease after bathing or water immersion has not been evaluated.

BRAVECTO has not been shown to be effective for 12-weeks’ duration in puppies or kittens less than 6 months of age. BRAVECTO Chews and Topical Solution for dogs is not effective against the lone star tick beyond 8 weeks of dosing. BRAVECTO Topical Solution for Dogs and Cats and BRAVECTO PLUS for cats are for topical use only. Avoid oral ingestion. The safety of BRAVECTO Topical Solution for Cats and BRAVECTO PLUS has not been established in breeding, pregnant, and lactating cats.

All BRAVECTO products contain fluralaner, which is a member of the isoxazoline class. This class has been associated with neurologic adverse reactions including tremors, ataxia, and seizures. Seizures have been reported in dogs receiving isoxazoline class drugs, even in dogs without a history of seizures. Use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures or neurologic disorders. Neurologic adverse reactions have been reported in cats receiving isoxazoline class drugs, even in cats without a history of neurologic disorders. Use with caution in cats with a history of neurologic disorders.