Seresto Flea and Tick Collar For Dogs Large More 18lbs / Bayer

Seresto Flea and Tick Collar For Dogs Large More 18lbs / Bayer


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Seresto, a long-term protection!

With Seresto, give your dog 7 to 8 months effective protection against fleas and 8 months against ticks. Necklace of last generation,

 it will protect your dog effectively and durably.

Good to know: Seresto is also available for cats.

The Seresto big dog collar weighs more than 8 kg and measures 70 cm.

Product Benefits:

Patented polymer matrix necklace.

Usable in puppies from 7 weeks.

Double security system in case of hanging.

The effectiveness of the collar is preserved in case of occasional bathing (<1 time per month).

Additional tips:

Choose the collar for the animal according to its species and weight. Adjust the collar around the neck of the animal without tightening it excessively

 (it is advisable to leave a space of 2 fingers between the collar and the neck). 

The collar must be worn without interruption during the protection period of 7 to 8 months. 

Periodically check the adjustment of the collar by adjusting it if necessary, especially in the case of puppies that grow quickly.

If you have several pets in your household, consider treating all your animals with a suitable product for each of them.

Caution :

The product is water resistant; it remains effective if the animal is wet. However, prolonged and intense exposure to water or

 intensive shampooing should be avoided as the duration of activity of the product may be reduced. 

Studies show that immersion in water or a monthly shampoo does not significantly shorten the 8-month potency against ticks 

after release of active substances on the coat, while the efficacy against fleas gradually decreases from the 5th month

Do not treat puppies under 7 weeks old.

Seresto is a veterinary medicine. 

Read the package leaflet and package instructions carefully before use. Ask your animal health professional for advice. 

If symptoms persist, consult your veterinarian