BRAVECTO CHEWABLE TABLET
₦28,025.00 – ₦49,590.00 (-5%)
- Bravecto™ is the first oral chew to deliver up to 12 full weeks of flea and tick protection in a single dose
- Kills fleas, prevents and treats flea infestations, and kills ticks
- Rapid onset of action and speed of kill
- Long-lasting, reducing gaps in protection
- Safe for breeding, pregnant and lactating dogs
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For the treatment and prevention of tick, flea and mite infestations in dogs. Bravecto® kills adult, and juvenile ticks (larvae and nymphs). Bravecto® can be used as part of a treatment strategy for flea allergy dermatitis (FAD). For the treatment of Demodicosis caused by Demodex spp. and Sarcoptic mange mites.
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY
Miniature Dogs (2 – 4,5 kg) (112.5mg Fluralaner / tablet)
Small Dogs (> 4,5 – 10 kg) (250mg Fluralaner / tablet)
Medium Dogs (> 10 – 20 kg) (500mg Fluralaner / tablet)
Large Dogs (> 20 – 40 kg) (1000mg Fluralaner / tablet)
Extra-Large Dogs (> 40 – 56 kg) (1400mg Fluralaner / tablet)
The following FAQs can help answer any questions you may still have about Bravecto. If there is something more you want to know, you can always contact us for more information – or ask your veterinarian.
HOW IS BRAVECTO® DIFFERENT FROM OTHER CHEWABLE OR TOPICAL FLEA AND TICK TREATMENTS?
Bravecto® is the only flea and tick treatment to last at least 3 months with one convenient chew or topical dose. The Bravecto® Spot-on for dogs last for 4 months for ticks and 6 months for fleas. That means at least 3X longer lasting protection than common monthly treatments. The long-lasting efficacy breaks the flea life cycle and drives fleas into extinction with one dose.3 And, Bravecto® kills ticks faster, killing 100% of attached ticks in 12 hours – whereas other treatments can take over 48 hours.
HOW DOES BRAVECTO® KILL FLEAS AND TICKS?
After you give your pet Bravecto®, it quickly reaches tissue fluids just under your dog’s or cat’s skin. When fleas and ticks feed, they ingest Bravecto® and die. Bravecto® Chew for Dogs starts killing fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) within 2 hours, and kills ticks within 12 hours. It kills fleas, prevents flea infestations, and kills ticks 12 weeks. Bravecto® Spot-On for Cats kills 100% of fleas within 8 hours. Apply Bravecto® Topical Solution for Cats to the base of the skull for full-body protection for 3 months. Bravecto® Topical Solution for Cats kills fleas, prevents flea infestations, and kills ticks for 3 months.
DO DOGS READILY EAT THE BRAVECTO® CHEW?
In a US field study where dogs were treated at home, over 93% of dogs ate the chew voluntarily – either by itself or with food.
MY DOG IS TAKING SOME MEDICATIONS FOR ANOTHER CONDITION AS WELL RIGHT NOW. IS IT SAFE TO GIVE HER BRAVECTO®?
There are no problems reported in field trials in dogs and cats that received Bravecto® alongside other commonly used medicines.1,8 However, your veterinarian is your pet’s health care expert, so it is always best to discuss all of your pet’s treatments with them, whether prescription or over-the-counter supplements.
DOES WATER, GROOMING OR HAIR-LENGTH HAVE AN AFFECT ON HOW BRAVECTO® CHEW WORKS?
Immediately bathing, shampooing, or swimming should not affect how well Bravecto® Chew works, as it is not a topical treatment. Coat length and grooming or brushing also have no impact on how well it works.
DO BRAVECTO® CHEW FOR DOGS TABLETS CONTAIN WHEAT OR GLUTEN?
WILL BRAVECTO® KILL TICKS AND FLEAS THAT ARE ALREADY ON MY DOG OR CAT?
IS BRAVECTO® CHEW FOR DOGS APPROVED FOR USE IN BREEDING/PREGNANT/LACTATING DOGS?
Yes. Bravecto® is approved for use in breeding, pregnant, and lactating dogs.
CAN THE BRAVECTO® CHEW BE CRUMBLED?
The product insert states that Bravecto® should be administered orally as a single dose. In the case that a chew is broken or crumbles, it should be assured that the dog still receives the whole dose.
CAN THE BRAVECTO® CHEW BE BROKEN UP AND GIVEN WITH FOOD?
Bravecto® Chew for Dogs should be given with food. If a chew is broken, it should be assured that the dog still receives the whole dose.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE DOG VOMITS AFTER TAKING THE BRAVECTO® CHEW?
If vomiting occurs, check with your veterinarian to decide whether to re-dose or not; however, if an otherwise healthy dog vomits within 3 hours of receiving Bravecto®, it is recommended that the dog be re-dosed. To help ensure that the dog does not vomit again, it is suggested to wait 24 hours until re-dosing.
If 4 or more hours have passed before the vomiting occurs, it is likely that the medication has been absorbed and the dog is protected. If the vomiting repeats again, do not give a third chew, and call your veterinarian.
A DOG RECEIVED HIS DOSE EARLIER THAN THE 3 MONTHS. IS THAT OKAY?
It is always best to discuss your pets’ medical treatment with your veterinarian. However, Bravecto® has a high margin of safety. In safety studies, Bravecto® was tested in healthy dogs and puppies at up to 5X the recommended dose at 8-week intervals for 3 treatments.1 Therefore, no adverse effects are expected if dogs are inadvertently treated twice with the recommended dose within 3 months, but please contact your veterinarian.
IS BRAVECTO® RECOMMENDED BY VETERINARIANS?
Yes. Bravecto® Chew for Dogs is vet recommended for puppies and dogs 8 weeks of age or older who weigh at least 2 kg., and Bravecto® Spot-On for Cats is vet recommended for kittens and cats 11 weeks of age or older who weigh at least 1,2 kg.
Toy Breed 2-4.5kg(112.5mg Chew Tablet), Small Breed >4.5-10kg(250mg Chew Tablet), Medium Breed >10-20kg(500mg Chew Tablet), Large Breed >20-40kg(1000mg Chew Tablet), Extra Large Breed >40-56kg(1400mg Chew Tablet)