One of the first flea and tick treatments for dogs that rolled out into the market was Bravecto. And even today, it is regarded as one of the finest flea and tick treatments for dogs. But not many pet parents know enough about Bravecto, which is why we have come up with this blog that will reveal to you everything about Bravecto. So without much delay, let us get straight into it!
What Is Bravecto For Dogs?
Bravecto is a flea and tick killing product, designed specifically for puppies and dogs. Apart from killing fleas and ticks, it also provides protection for up to 12 long weeks. Moreover, the active ingredient present in Bravecto is Fluralaner, which is a systemic ectoparasiticide (that means it kills bugs that live on the outside of your canine’s body). Furthermore, Bravecto comes in two forms:
Bravecto is so good that it kills a variety of tick species including American dog ticks, Black-legged ticks, Lonestar ticks, and Brown dog ticks. And of course, it is effective in get rid of fleas, flea eggs, larvae, and immature fleas as well.
How Does Bravecto Work?
The active ingredient present in Bravecto is known as Fluralaner and it works like most flea and tick products do.
Is Bravecto Safe For Dogs?
Off late, Bravecto has been in the news and not for all the right reasons. There’s speculation that the treatment is not safe for dogs, but the truth is, it’s all false. Bravecto is one of the safest treatments for dogs, and continues to do so.
There have been cases where dogs have lost their lives due to Bravecto, but that’s not because Bravecto is dangerous but because the product has been used incorrectly. Bravecto clearly says in its product label that the product is not recommended for young puppies below the age of 8 weeks. And it also says it is not recommended for dogs that have a history with seizure attacks, tumors, etc. So Bravecto is safe only if you are using it correctly.
Bravecto chews and Bravecto spot on are excellent treatments and if you are looking to get them at discounted rates, be sure to check out CanadaVetCare NOW! Stay safe, and keep your furry buddies safe too.
David joined CanadaVetCare in 2013 as a product analyst and veterinary assistant. Being a passionate pet lover and keen animal health researcher, David had always found ways and solutions to help pet parents to improve their pets’ health. He is always happy to answer pet health-related queries and recommending pet parents for the right pet product for their furry companions.