BRAVECTO 12 week Flea & Tick Protection

DOG OWNERS CAN EXPERIENCE THE BRAVECTO® EXTENDED PROTECTION DIFFERENCE

With Bravecto®Chew, dogs get 12 weeks of flea and tick protection with a single treatment. The Bravecto® Spot-On in dogs provides 4 months of tick protection and 6 months of flea protection with a single application1,6.

That’s at least 3x longer than monthly treatments. This makes it easy for you to provide long-lasting coverage to your dog, without having to worry about remembering frequent treatments. With just one Chew or Spot-On, your dog is all taken care of, so you can enjoy all of the activities you love to do together, without any worry for your dog.

BRAVECTO® VS THE COMPETITION1-4

SEE THE DIFFERENCE BRAVECTO® MAKES FOR VETERINARIANS AND PET OWNERS

Amanda Pybus, Dr Flemming and Dr Mostert
Practice Manager and Veterinarians

“Every three months is much easier to remember…”

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KILLS TICKS AND FLEAS FAST

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After treating, Bravecto® Chew starts killing fleas within 2 hours and kills >95% of fleas within 12 hours for 12 weeks. Bravecto Spot-On® kills >95% of fleas within 8 hours for 6 months. Bravecto® kills 100% of ticks on dogs within 12 hours and has no known resistance. Bravecto® Chew last for 12 weeks for ticks whilst the Spot-on lasts for 4 months1, 3, 4, 6

THE SAFETY DIFFERENCE

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Bravecto® is approved in more than 85 countries and vet recommended, so you can give your dog Bravecto® with confidence. Bravecto® Chew and Spot-On for dogs is safe for pregnant, breeding, and lactating dogs, as well as those with a MDR 1 gene mutation. Bravecto® may be used in dogs weighing at least 2 kg and for puppies aged 8 weeks or older 1

FIND THE RIGHT BRAVECTO®
PRODUCT FOR YOUR DOG

CHEW

Select pet’s weight (size)

> 2 – 4,5 kg (toy)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

BRAVECTO (FLURALANER) for Dogs Product

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 4,5 – 10 kg (small)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

BRAVECTO(FLURALANER) for Dogs Package

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 10 – 20 kg (medium)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

BRAVECTO for Dogs Flea and Tick chew

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 20 – 40 kg (large)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 40 – 56 kg (Xlarge)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

BRAVECTO for Dogs Flea and Tick Treatment

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

TOPICAL

Select pet’s weight (size)

> 2 – 4,5 kg (toy)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs
BravEcto

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 4,5 – 10 kg (small)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs
BravEcto

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 10 – 20 kg (medium)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs
BravEcto

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 20 – 40 kg (large)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs
BravEcto

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

> 40 – 56 kg (Xlarge)

How to give Bravecto® to dogs

A single dose of Bravecto® Chew should be given to the dog by mouth with food.1

A single dose of Bravecto® Spot-On for Dogs should be given by parting the dog’s hair and applying the product directly to the skin between the shoulder blades.2

Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs
BravEcto

✝ Dogs over 56 kg should be administered the appropriate combination of chew or tubes.

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Give your dogs the 12-week difference they deserve.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Have a question about Bravecto® for dogs? Take a look at our FAQs and see if it’s been answered.

SAVE MORE WITH BRAVECTO®

A single Bravecto® Chew treatment lasts for 12 weeks in dogs, while the Spot-On lasts for 4 months for ticks and 6 months for fleas. In cats, Bravecto® Spot-On provides 3 months of protection against fleas and ticks. 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.

EXPERIENCE
THE DIFFERENCE

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 in dogs with the tasty Chew.1,2 The Bravecto® Spot-On in dogs provides 4 months of tick protection and 6 months of flea protection. In cats, Bravecto® Spot On provides 3 months of protection against fleas and ticks. 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. Bravecto® Spot-On Reg. No. G4292 (Act 36/1947) each 1 mℓ of Bravecto® Spot-On contains 280 mg fluralaner.

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® package insert, MSD Animal Health, 2017 2. Mims IDR Desk Reference, Vol 14 3. Wengenmayer et al. Parasites & Vectors (2014) 7:525. 4. Gassel et al. Elsevier 45 (2014): 111-124. ScienceDirect. Web. 11 Sept. 2015. 5. Burgio et al. Parasites & Vectors (2016) 9:626.