Fighting Fleas, two fantastic new products now available

Posted by on 15 October 2014

We are really pleased to introduce two fantastic new products which have revolutionized the fight against fleas.

Activyl for Dogs and Cats:

  • Activyl has a brand new active ingredient called Indoxacarb. Because it's brand new there are no known resistance issues
  • It’s very safe, only becoming active when it’s inside of the flea. It kills fleas fast (within 8-12 hours) and keeps working for at least four weeks, eliminating fleas and breaking the flea lifecycle
  • Easy spot on application
  • Apply monthly – easy to remember
  • Shed pet hair and dander kills immature flea stages in your pet’s environment
  • Outperformed other popular treatments in studies
  • For use in dogs and puppies from 8 weeks of age and >1.5kg
  • For use in cats and kittens from 8 weeks of age and >0.6kg
  • Available in convenient single and 4 dose packs
  • Not for use in pregnant or lactating cats/dogs or breeding cats/dogs as no trial data yet

Bravecto for Dogs:

  • Bravecto has a brand new active ingredient Fluralaner. Because it’s brand new there are no known resistance issues
  • Provides 3 months protection against fleas and ticks for dogs
  • Chewable tablet that dogs find tasty
  • Lasts 3 months which is a life saver for those of us who struggle to remember to apply other products monthly
  • Effectively breaks the flea life cycle. After 3 months the majority of immature fleas in the environment will have developed into adult fleas and be killed after jumping onto Bravecto treated dogs.
  • Outperformed other popular flea treatments in field studies
  • Helps control flea allergy dermatitis (FAD)
  • For use in dogs and puppies from 8 weeks of age and >2kg
  • Safe for use in pregnant/lactating/breeding bitches

Don’t let unwanted guests get in the way of a close relationship with your pet!

Because we think Activyl and Bravecto are such great products we will be using them to replace our old favourite Frontline Plus

For more information about flea treatment in cats and dogs see our FAQ's section