For the treatment and prevention of tick, flea and mite infestations in dogs and cats. Bravecto® Spot-On can be used as part of a treatment strategy for Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD). For the treatment of demodicosis caused by sarcoptic mange mites in dogs. For the treatment of Otodectes spp. mite infestations in dogs and cats.
In dogs, Bravecto® Spot-On provides immediate and persistent tick activity for 4 months and flea activity for 6 months. Bravecto® Spot-On is well tolerated in MDR1 dogs.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE – USE ONLY AS DIRECTED Bravecto® Spot-On should be administered in accordance with the following table (corresponding to a dose of between 25 and 56 mg fluralaner/kg body weight in dogs.
For optimal control of tick infestation, Bravecto® Spot-On should be administered every 4 months for dogs.
For optimal control of flea infestation, Bravecto® Spot-On should be administered every 6 months for dogs. Within each weight range a whole pipette must be used.
For dogs weighing more than 56 kg, use a combination of 2 pipettes that most closely matches the body weight.
Method of administration
Immediately before use, open the sachet and remove the pipette. The pipette should be held by the upper part of the tail base (crimped end) or by the upper rigid portion below the cap in an upright position (tip up) before opening it. The cap should be rotated clockwise or counter clockwise one full turn. The cap will stay on the pipette; it should not be removed. The pipette is open and ready for application when the breaking of the seal is felt.
The dog/cat should be standing or lying with its back horizontally during application. Part the fur at the administration site. Place the pipette tip vertically against the skin between the shoulder blades of the dog or pipette tip on the base of the skull of the cat.
Squeeze the pipette gently and apply the entire contents directly to the dog’s skin in one (when volume is small) or several spots along the dog’s dorsal line from the shoulder to the base of the tail. It should be avoided to apply an excessive amount of solution at any one spot that could cause some of the solution to run or drip off the dog.