Fiprotec spray lasts longer than the spot-on treatment: the spray continues to kill fleas for up to 3 months and ticks for up to 5 weeks. This will also bring flea induced allergic dermatitis under control.
Fiprotec Spray may be used on pregnant and lactating females and on unweaned puppies.
Flea infestations can be not only annoying for both dogs and cats and humans, but also very dangerous. Problems caused by fleas may range from mild to severe itching and discomfort to skin problems and infections. Anemia may also result from flea bites in extreme circumstances. Furthermore, fleas can transmit tapeworms and diseases to pets.
When dogs are troubled by fleas, they scratch and bite themselves, especially in areas such as the head, neck, and around the tail. Fleas normally concentrate in such areas. This incessant scratching and biting may cause the dog’s skin to become red and inflamed.
Flea allergy dermatitis is developed by those dogs allergic to flea saliva. In this case, the symptoms previously mentioned are more pronounced. Because of compulsive scratching and biting, the dog may lose hair, get bald spots, exhibit hot spots due to extreme irritation, and develop infections that result in smelly skin.
A 100ml bottle delivers 0.5ml spray volume.
e.g for dogs under 12kg
Short-haired animals (<1.5cm) apply 6 pump actions per kg
Long-haired animals (>1.5cm) apply 12 pump actions per kg
A 250ml bottle delivers 1 ml spray volume.
e.g Large dogs over 12kg
Short-haired animals (<1.5cm) apply 3 pump actions per kg
Long-haired animals (>1.5cm) apply 6 pump actions per kg