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The only differences between generics and their brand-name counterparts is that generics are less expensive and may look slightly different (eg. different shape or color), as trademarks laws prevent a generic from looking exactly like the brand-name drug.
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Some cats show up with fleas way too regularly, while other cats only show up with them from time to time. If your cat is more of the second example and doesn’t need to be on a monthly flea prevention treatment, then Bravecto Spot On is best as a one-time flea treatment for cats. The spot on Bravecto flea treatment for cats can be applied as soon as you realize your feline friend has picked up fleas as it is an effective flea killer medication that provides up to 3 months of flea protection with each application. Bravecto spot on for cats is often recommended by vets when other cat flea and tick meds containing Fluralaner don’t work well.
You can buy Bravecto Spot On for cats with a vet’s prescription at most pet pharmacies, and always get this product with the best price when your order pet medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Apply once as needed for short-term flea elimination and prevention for cats.
Applicator tube is held facing up in your hand before twisting the cap once to break the seal. Part the cats’ fur and the base of its skull and full contents of the tube should be applied directly to the skin. Solution should be allowed to be absorbed into the skin on its own, do not try to rub it into the skin.
Cats weighing less than 6.25kg – apply medication in one spot.
Cats weighing more 6.25kg – apply medication in two spots.
The active ingredient in Bravecto Spot On for cats is Fluralaner.
Never exceed given dosage guideline – no more than one dose applied at any one time. Speak to your veterinarian if you feel this flea and tick preventative for cats seems to be ineffective.
Bravecto for kittens – only for use with cats 9 weeks of age and older.
Product to only be applied topically. Avoid oral ingestion, and keep away from nose, mouth, eyes and ears.
Use with breeding, pregnant, or lactating cats only if a veterinarian has approved this treatment. Neurologic adverse reactions like tremors, ataxia, and seizures have been associated with use of Fluralaner, so use with caution for cats with any history of neurologic disorders.
The possibility of any drug interaction risks between Bravecto Spot On for cats and other Rx pet medications have not been established. It is best to inform your veterinarian of all medications your pet is currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Bravecto Spot On for cats.
It is uncommon for cats to have side effects related to use of Bravecto Spot on, but some cats may experience skin irritation, vomiting, diarrhea, or alopecia (hair loss). Side effects that continue or persist should lead you to discontinue use and meet with your veterinarian again to consider other cat flea and tick prevention alternatives.