• FORESTO antkaklis prieš erkes šunims virš 8kg, 70cm
  • FORESTO antkaklis prieš erkes šunims virš 8kg, 70cm

Forest's collar against ticks for dogs above 8kg, 70cm

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The collar is for long -term dogs (> 8 kg) to protect against ticks and fleas. The collar is odorless and waterproof. Larger dogs infected with fleas to treat and protect against re-infection for 7-8 months can also be used as part of a flea-induced allergic dermatitis treatment strategy and acting for 8 months acarcydically (killing) (ixodes castor, cats rhypicephalus turanicus, dog rhypicephaus bald Dermocentor reticulatus) and repelled (prevents meals) (ixodes ricinus and dog rhypicephalus sangvineus). In addition, the treatment of infected hairs (trichodectes canis) for dogs should be used. The drug works for 8 months acaricidically (kill) (ixodes ricinus, rhypicephalus turanicus) and repelled (prevents meals) (ixodes ricinus). It affects larvae, nymph and adult ticks. Even before treatment on the animal, the former tick and the collar is closed for another 48 hours. You may not be present and remain attached and be visible. It is advisable to pull such ticks before fastening the collar. Tick ​​protection begins within two days after a collar clasp. Ideally, the collar is worn at the very beginning of the flea and tick season. The drug indirectly protects the dog from rhypicephalus sanguineus transported by Babesia Canis Vogeli and Erlichia Canis pathogens, thus 7 months. The risk of developing dog babesiosis and erlichiosis is reduced. Leaflet Foresto, 4.50 g + 2.03 g collar for dogs weighing more than 8 kg 1. Registered and for the release of the drug series in the EEA countries The name and address of the responsible manufacturer if they are different The registrar Bayer Animal Health Gmbh 51368 Leverkusen Germany The manufacturer responsible for the release of the drug series KMP Pharma + Veterinary Product GmbH Projensdorfer Strasse 324 24106 Kiel Germany 2. The name of the veterinary medicine Foresto, 4.50 g + 2.03 g collar for dogs weighing more than 8 kg Imidacloprid Flumetrine 3. Active (s) and other substances One gray, odorless 70 cm long (45 g) collar contains 4.5 g of imidacloprid and 2.03 g Flumetrine as active substances. 4. Indication (s) Infected with fleas to treat dogs and protect against re -infection (Ctenocephalides Felis, C. Canis) 7-8 months The effects on fleas start with the collar immediately. The drug prevents the development of flea larvae in the animal environment for 8 months. Forest can be used as part of the treatment strategy for flea allergic dermatitis (BAD). The medicine ticks for 8 months act acaricidically (kills) (ixodes ricinus, rhipicephalus sangvineus, Dermocentor reticulatus) and repelled (prevents meals) (ixodes ricinus, rhipicephalus sanguineus). It affects larvae, nymph and adult ticks. Even before treatment on the dog's former ticks and the collar fastened may not have to die for another 48 hours and to stay attached and to be visible. It is advisable to pull such ticks before fastening the collar. Tick ​​protection begins within two days after a collar clasp. For treating hairs (trichodectes canis) dogs. The drug indirectly protects against rhypicephalus sanguineus transported by Babesia Canis Vogeli and Erlichia canis pathogens transport and thus 7 months. reduces the risk of developing dog babesiosis and Erlichiosis. Up to 8 months There is a reduction in the risk of infection of the Leishmania infantum, which is carried by beige fleas. 5. Contraindications Do not use for 7 weeks. for age puppies. Cannot be used in case of hypersensitivity to active substances or any of the auxiliary materials. 6. Adverse reactions In rare cases, the first days after the collar clasps for animals that do not use the collars to wear Occurring behavioral disorders such as hiding, vocalization, hyperactivity, increased lick and/or fur cleansing or digging at the place of clasp. Very rarely after the collar clasp was aggression is reported. It is necessary to make sure that the collar is fastened correctly. In a place with a collar, itching, redness, hair loss may occur. These Signs occur rarely and usually pass within 1-2 weeks. In some cases to make it disappear Symptoms, the collar should be temporarily removed. In very rare cases, the collar clasps may occur at the site of dermatitis, inflammation, eczema, lesions or bruising. In such cases it is recommended to remove the collar. In rare cases, dogs may develop neurological reactions such as ataxia, seizures and tremor. In such cases it is recommended to remove the collar. Also in rare cases of dogs in the beginning may occur in short -term and mild reactions as Depression, changes in appetite, salivation, vomiting and diarrhea. Frequency of adverse reactions is determined by the following convention: -very common (unfavorable (s) reaction (s) occurred more than 1 in 10 treated animals), - common (more than 1 but less than 10 out of 100 treated animals), - uncommon (more than 1 but less than 10 of 1,000 treated animals), - Rare (more than 1 but less than 10 out of 10,000 treated animals), - Very rare (less than 1 in 10,000 treated animals, calculated and individual messages). ; Noticing any side effects, even not mentioned in this leaflet, or in the belief, It is necessary to inform the veterinarian that the drug did not work. 7. Type of destination (s) Dogs. 8. Doses, Method (s) and method for each species For dogs weighing more than 8 kg, one 70 cm long collar is worn. For dogs weighing less than 8 kg, one 38 cm long collar is worn. Use on the skin. The collar should be fastened around the neck. Only for external use. 9. References for proper use The collar should be removed from the sealed bag only before use. Unwrap the collar and make sure that There are no plastic connections on the inside of it. Surround the collar of the animal's neck without tightening (between the collar and the neck must remain two finger widths gap). The rest must be pierced through the loop and cut to remain 2 cm tip. The collar should be strapped permanently for 8 months. and lubricated at the end of the treatment period. Periodically Correction of collar size, especially fast -growing puppies, needs to be checked and adjusted if necessary. 10. Come on Not applicable. 11. Special storage instructions Keep out of reach of children. No special storage conditions are required for this veterinary medicine. This veterinary medicine should not be used after the expiry date indicated on the bag and boxes. The suitability date coincides with the last day of the month specified. 12. Special warnings Special warnings using individual species for purpose animals The ticks will perish and fall from the host, which falls out of the blood at 24-48. However, each other mite can to remain attached. For this reason, the possibility of tick -borne infectious diseases in the presence of For unfavorable conditions, remains. It is best to cover the collar at the beginning of the flea and tick season. Although a prominent dog infection has been proven The frequency of the Lishmania infantum frequency, the medicine was characterized by a volatile repellent (preventing meals) in action and insecticidal action against beige fleas phlebotomas Perniciosus. In this way, beige fleas can bite and cannot be completely ruled out infection Out of Lishmania Infantum. The collar should be fastened before the beige fleas that starts Perso Leismania infantum, for activity season. As with most long -acting medicines, seasonal feeding may slightly weaken the collar The active substance is also lost with tufts of hair. Additional discharge from The collar begins immediately, so the action is fully updated without additional treatment or other the collar. In order to optimally control a large amount of fleas at home, it may be necessary to process proper insecticide and the environment. The drug is waterproof; When the animal is wet, the drug remains effective. Should be avoided long -term, frequent wetting or frequent washing shampoo as it can reduce the action of the drug duration. Studies have shown that shampoo was washed or immersed in water each month for 8 months. did not reduce the effectiveness against tick The effectiveness of fleas gradually decreased, starting at 5 months. Bathing with shampoo or The influence of water on the transmission of dog leishmaniasis was not investigated. 22 Special precautions for persons using the medicine for animals Store a bag with a collar before use in the outer package. Do not allow children to play with a collar or put it in their mouths. Do not allow animals to wear a collar, Sleep in one bed with hosts, especially children. Imidacloprid and flumetrin to wear a collar Constantly stands out from the collar on the skin and fur. For some people, a veterinary medicine can cause hypersensitivity. People with hypersensitivity (allergies) to the material contained should avoid contact with this veterinary medicine. Very rarely for some people a veterinary medicine Can irritate the skin, eyes and respiratory tract. In case of eye irritation, the eye should be crushed with cold with water. In case of skin irritation, the skin should be washed with soap and cold water. If the symptoms persist, It is recommended that you consult your doctor and show a leaflet or label of this veterinary medicine. The collar should be discarded immediately (see clause 4.9). When the collar fastened, You need to wash your hands with cold water. Childhood, lactation, egg laying Laboratory Flumetrine or Imidacloprid studies with rats and rabbits have not been identified There is no teratogenic or fetotoxic effect for fertility or reproduction. Safety No pre -ordeal for animal or lactation, so during pregnancy or lactation The use of the drug is not recommended. Overdose (symptoms, first aid measures, antidote) Due to the structure of the collar, overdose and signs of overdose are unlikely. In clinical trials, After fastening 5 collars for adult dogs for 8 months. for the period and 7 weeks. for age puppies for 6 months for the period, no other adverse reactions except for a slight hair loss and weak skin reactions did not appear. In rare cases, the animal's collar can lead to weak gastrointestinal disorders (eg liquid stools). 13. Special unsafe veterinary medicine or waste The provisions of destruction if necessary Unused veterinary medicine or waste -related waste must be destroyed under the country requirements. This medicine cannot get into water bodies as it can be dangerous to fish and other water for organisms. 14. Date of Last Confirmation of Information Leaflet 2020 March. 15. Other information Packaging: a box containing one or two collars; Cardboard box with 12 collars. Not all sizes of packaging may be supplied. Both active ingredients on the animal from the collar polymeric matrix are released slowly and gradually. In the dog's coat, both active substances are acaricidal and insecticidal concentrations that remain throughout the period of operation. The active substance from the contact with the collar location distributed throughout the skin surface. Overdose and serum kinetic studies in destination animals found to be in the Systemic circulation Imidacloprid has been temporarily released and fluethrin is almost impossible to detect. Absorption through the mouth is not important for clinical action. 23 The effect against fleas (Ctenocephalides Felis and Ctenocephalides Canis) begins after 48 hours. after collar clasp. In addition to the above mentioned tick species, the drug also affects PE PULEX IRRITANS FLUS. Without The drug above, the drug also operates ixodes hexagons, I. Scapularis, non -European ticks Dermacentor Variabil species and Australian paralyzing ticks I. Holocyclus. The medicine is indicated by the medicine to be repeatedly (prevents meals), so the parasites lose Opportunities for blood nutrition, while indirectly help to reduce the transportation of vector diseases. In addition to the indications mentioned, indirect protection against Babesia canis canis (carrying Dermacentor reticulatus ticks) was shown by one laboratory test after 28 days later. After treatment, o Indirect protection against Anaplasma Phagocytophilum (carrying ixodes castor ticks) One laboratory test, conducted 2 months later, showed. after treatment, and thus these studies under conditions, the risk of developing diseases caused by these pathogens was reduced. 3 clinical trials in the endemic areas have shown that the dogs treated to the treated dogs Leismania The risk of transmission of infantum through beige fleas significantly reduced compared to untreated dogs. Effective Research Results Before Sadly Flea (Phlebotomus Perniciosus) showed volatile the repellent (prevents feeding) effects on beige fleas ranging from 65 to 89 % per 7-8 months after the collar clasp. Depending on the strength of the beige flea infection, Effectiveness in reducing the risk of infection in leishmaniasis ranges from 88.3 to 100 %. The collars improved the condition of the dogs infected with Sarcoptes Scabie. After three months, the animals fully recovered. Consumption Fastened around your neck. One collar is for one animal use. For dogs weighing more than 8 kg, one 70 cm long Forest's collar is worn. Can be used for puppies from 7 weeks. The active substance/ingredients Active (s) of the substance (s): one 70 cm long (45 g) collar contains 4.5 g of imidacloprid and 2.03 g flumetrine. Method of use and method: Use on the skin. It is necessary to read the leaflet before use. Net weight 70 cm long Manufacturer, packer, seller Register Bayer Animal Health GmbH 51368 Leverkusen Germany Manufacturer responsible for the release of drug series KMP Pharma + Veterinär Product GmbH Projensdorfer Strasse 324 24106 Kielie

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