Seresto is a collar for fleas and ticks that blends two molecules of the next generation: imidacloprid and flumethrin. The Seresto collar gradually releases a regulated, low dose of molecules that protect your dog, due to its proprietary polymer matrix. The Seresto collar provides long-lasting protection against ticks for up to 8 months and against fleas and lice for between 7 and 8 months. Even if your dog is wet, the Seresto collar is water resistant and continues to be successful. As part of a flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) treatment programme, the Seresto collar may be used.
Seresto is a proprietary, odorless collar that destroys and repels fleas and ticks, destroys lice, and helps for eight consecutive months to treat and manage sarcoptic mange on dogs, setting it apart from traditional collars. With the non-greasy, easy-to-use comfort of a leash, Seresto delivers the performance your customers demand from a monthly flea and tick preventative.
Occasionally, in dogs not used to wearing collars within the first few days after fitting, scratching can be observed. Customers should ensure that the collar does not fit too tightly. Slight hair loss and mild skin reactions may occur at the application site due to the mechanical discomfort of the collar; this typically clears without the need for collar removal within one or two weeks.
Until used, hold the collar in the bag and in the outer packaging. Keep the kids out of control. Choking danger, small pieces included. For external use only with puppies. For dogs, do not use Seresto on other species.
Seresto combines two active ingredients, imidacloprid (10%) and flumethrin (4.5%). The Bayer Polymer Matrix enables Seresto to provide a continuous slow release of the active ingredients for 8 months.
Seresto collars are grey and odourless. They are available in two sizes:
As soon as it is positioned around the neck of your dog, the Seresto collar is successful. After 2 days, it acts successfully against ticks. Therefore, we recommend removing any ticks that you might see when you put your dog's collar on.
By softly pulling on the collar and leaving enough room for two fingers between the collar and your dog's spine, change the Seresto collar. You can cut off the end of the collar; make sure to leave an additional 2 cm after the buckle.