- Treat every 3 months for flea and tick protection
- Also treats ear mites and is part of a treatment strategy for the control of flea allergy dermatitis (FAD)
- Simple and convenient TWIST-N-USE spot-on application
Bravecto spot-on is for cats from 9 weeks of age and 1.2 kg bodyweight.
Bravecto Spot-On For Cats
How to apply Bravecto Spot-on
Watch this video and learn how to correctly apply Bravecto Spot-on.
How to use BRAVECTO Spot-on for Cats
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Bravecto Spot-on for Cats is available from veterinarians and leading pet retailers.
Bravecto Spot-on for Cats provides long-lasting protection against fleas and ticks.
For flea and tick protection administer Bravecto Spot-on for Cats every 3 months. That is only four times a year!
Bravecto Spot-on for Cats also treats ear mites and is part of a treatment strategy for the control of flea allergy dermatitis.
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Bravecto Spot-on for Cats is available in single dose packs across three weight bands, ranging from 1.2 kg to 12.5 kg. One dose provides 3 months protection against fleas and ticks.
Bravecto Spot-on for Cats comes in a clever TWIST´N´USE tube with a non-removable cap, it is simple and convenient to apply:
It is important to apply Bravecto Spot-on for Cats to the skin on the back of the head, as per the diagram. Do not use directly on any skin lesions. As cats are fastidious groomers, applying to this location is important to prevent your cat from licking the wet application site. To make application easier, have your cat standing during application. It may be helpful to have someone else gently hold your cat or have your cat lying on its stomach while you apply Bravecto Spot-on for Cats. If your cat is larger than 6.25 kg we recommend applying the product in two spots. If multiple cats are treated and may mutually groom, it is recommended that cats are separated while product dries.
No. The cap is not designed or intended to be removed. Twist the cap one full turn until you feel the seal break and then invert the tube to express the product.
No. Opening the cap breaks an internal seal that cannot be closed by turning the cap back. Once the tube is opened, the pet should be treated as soon as possible. Bravecto Spot-on for Cats will begin to evaporate after opening.
Bravecto Spot-on for Cats can be administered to cats as early as 9 weeks of age. Cats should weigh at least 1.2 kg.
For cats above 12.5 kg body weight, use a combination of two tubes that most closely matches the body weight.
You should wait until the application area is dry before touching the area.
It is always best to discuss all your cat’s treatments with your veterinarian as they are your cat’s health care expert.
The active ingredient, fluralaner is absorbed into the cat’s blood and tissue fluids. Fleas and ticks are killed when they feed from the Bravecto-treated pet, as they take up a blood meal containing fluralaner. Bravecto Spot-on for Cats provides immediate and persistent tick and flea killing activity for 3 months.
No. Bravecto Spot-on for Cats kills fleas and prevents new flea infestations for 3 months. As the majority of a flea population developing in the environment will emerge as adult fleas over this time, Bravecto will effectively control the flea infestation.
The safety of Bravecto Spot-on for Cats has not been established during breeding, pregnancy or lactation.
Fleas can continually re-infest treated cats – either from juvenile flea life stages that have just matured to adults in the household or from fleas that jump onto the pet when outside or visiting other homes. Bravecto Spot-on for Cats will kill these fleas before they are able to lay viable eggs, breaking the flea life cycle. Also, as fleas die, they can move from the skin surface where they feed, to the tips of the hairs in the coat, making them more visible to the human eye.
Recommended by vets, and pets
ACVM No’s: A011019 Bravecto Chew, A011261 Bravecto Spot-on, A011446 Bravecto Plus.
Coming Soon: A011993 BRAVECTO QUANTUM – AVAILABLE ONLY UNDER VETERINARY AUTHORISATION.