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COMFORTIS (Spinosad) chewable tablets is a veterinary medicine that may be prescribed by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. COMFORTIS chewable tablets may be used to treat and prevent flea infestations in dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens.
COMFORTIS (Spinosad) contains the insecticides spinosyn A and spinosyn D. Spinosyn molecules work by activating nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in fleas. By activating these receptors, COMFORTIS causes involuntary muscle contractions in insects which causes paralysis and death.
|DOG: Weight (lbs)||DOG: Weight (kg) Indicated on Pack||CAT: Weight (lbs)||Spinosad (mg)||Sourced from UK|
|5 - 10lbs||2.3 - 4.5kg||4.1 - 6lbs||140|
|10.1 - 20lbs||3.9 - 6kg||6.1 - 12lbs||270||YES|
|20.1 - 40lbs||9.1 - 18kg||12.1 - 24lbs||560|
|40.1 - 60lbs||18.1 - 27kg||810|
|60.1 - 120lbs||23.2 - 36kg||1620||YES|
Dogs: Recommended U.S. Minimum Dosage is 13.5mg/lb per month
Cats: Recommended U.S. Minimum dosage is 22.5mg/lb per month
Give COMFORTIS (Spinosad) to your animal orally once per month for as long as directed by your veterinarian.
COMFORTIS may be used on cats and kittens 14 weeks of age or older and 4.1 pounds or larger. COMFORTIS flea pill for dogs and puppies should be used on those 14 weeks of age or older and 5.0 pounds or larger.
The active ingredient in COMFORTIS is spinosad, which contains the factors spinosyn A and spinosyn D.
COMFORTIS contains the active ingredients cellulose, croscarmellose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, and water.
COMFORTIS (Spinosad) chewable tablets are not for human use.
The safety of COMFORTIS in animals who are pregnant, breeding, or lactating has not been confirmed. Use COMFORTIS with caution in these animals.
COMFORTIS can cause seizures in dogs. Use it with caution in puppies and dogs with a prior history of epilepsy.
COMFORTIS (Spinosad) may cause different adverse reactions depending on whether it is taken by your dog or your cat.
Common adverse reactions in cats include:
COMFORTIS for dogs may cause the following adverse effects: