Seresto tick & flea collars for dogs & cats – up to 8 months’ protection

Seresto tick and flea collars
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Bayer Animal Health brings us Seresto tick and flea collars. Seresto collars are easy to use and use state-of-the-art technology to protect dogs and cats against both ticks and fleas for up to 8 months! It is available over the counter from most good veterinary practices and vet shops.

The active ingredient of Seresto tick and flea collars is Imidacloprid, which kills mature and adult fleas, and Flumethrin, which repels and kills ticks. Seresto collars can be used on pets even if they swim or get wet often.

Seresto tick & flea collar sizes

Seresto tick and flea collars come in three sizes:

  • Seresto for Kittens & Cats (older than 10 weeks)
  • Seresto for Puppies & Small dogs dogs (older than 7 weeks and up to 8kg)
  • Seresto for Large dogs (over 8kg)

Seresto is also known by some clients as the tick and flea collar or the flea collar. Seresto collars start to repel ticks within 48 hours after first application and re-infesting ticks are repelled and/or killed as quickly as six hours, thus preventing the transmission of tick fever and tick bite fever. It quickly kills fleas within 24 hours and re-infesting fleas within two hours! It can be used in puppies as early as seven weeks and kittens from 10 weeks of age and is well tolerated when accidentally ingested.

Seresto is an ultra long-lasting tick and flea treatment. For prices, phone and/or speak to one of our receptionists or the attending veterinarian during your next consult.

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Vet Hospital Port Shepstone is a private, small animal hospital with extensive surgery, diagnostic & consulting facilities. We also have an animal pharmacy for dispensing medication and an on-site vet shop.
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