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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 12 weeks with one convenient chew. That means nearly 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.2 And, Bravecto® kills ticks faster, killing 100 % of attached ticks in 12 hours – whereas other treatments can take over 48 hours.4

 

A single Bravecto® treatment lasts for 12 weeks compared to other products which must be given every month. That makes Bravecto® a cost-effective option for keeping your pet protected as it also won't wash off.

Try Bravecto® and experience the difference it makes in the lives of you and your pet. Bravecto® provides 12 weeks of protection against fleas and ticks with a single treatment.1 That's easy and convenient treating, fewer chances to forget and a better experience for you and your pet, all taken care of with just one dose.

FIND A VET NEAR YOU

Bravecto® is only available through your veterinarian or vetshop. Find a veterinarian near you today to protect your pet with Bravecto®.

WHERE CAN I GET BRAVECTO®?

For technical assistance or to report a suspected adverse drug reaction, contact MSD Animal Health at 0119239300.

Bravecto® Reg No G4083 (Act 36/1947) each chew contains 25 mg Fluralaner per kg body weight ZA/BRV/1117/0038

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:
Bravecto® Chew: Commonly observed adverse reactions in clinical trials (1,6 % of treated dogs) were mild and transient gastrointestinal effects such as diarrhoea, vomiting, inappetence, and drooling. Adverse events reported to date are classified as rare. Convulsions and lethargy have been reported very rarely in spontaneous (pharmacovigilance) reports

References: 1. Bravecto® Chew package insert, MSD Animal Health, 2017 2. Dryden et al. Parasites & Vectors (2013) 6:126. 3. Burgio et al. Parasites & Vectors (2016) 9:626. 4. Companion Animal Parasite Council. CAPC Recommendations: Ticks. www.capcvet.org/capcrecommendations/ticks. Accessed January 21, 2015. 5. Walther FM et al. Parasites & Vectors (2014); 7:86. 6. Walther et al. Parasites & Vectors (2014) 7:482

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