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Seresto provides up to 8 months flea protection for dogs and cats and 4 months tick protection for dogs in a water-resistant1, innovative collar format. 1. Some limitations apply - refer to product label for full details.
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      Available for both dogs and cats (3 SKU's: Dogs < 8KG; Dogs > 8KG & Kittens/Cats) - minimal shelf space required to range product Treats and prevents flea infestations (adults & larvae) for up to 8 months in dogs and cats and controls ticks (paralysis, brown dog1 & bush ticks) for 4 months in dogs - offering the longest duration of activity against fleas and ticks in dogs and fleas in cats Water resistant2 Odour-free Innovative, patented collar matrix with controlled release of active ingredients (imidacloprid & flumethrin) Can be used in puppies from 7 weeks and kittens from 10 weeks Parasites killed on contact rather than through biting host. Active ingredients localise in lipids on / in skin and on hair The Seresto Cat & Dog collars are designed with safety release mechanisms. In the unlikely event of a cat or dog being trapped, the pet's own strength is sufficient to widen the collar to allow for quick release Can be easily combined with Drontal and Proheart SR-12 Injection (according to registered label directions) to offer a broad-spectrum parasite control protocol for dogs Newest addition to The Advantage Family 1. In Australia, Seresto is registered against larval, nymph and adult stages of the brown dog tick (R. sanguineus) on dogs and reduced viable egg production by female brown dog ticks (R. sanguineus) 2. Some limitations apply - refer to product label for full details
    • Ingredients
      Imidacloprid, Flumethrin
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    • marion says... We have 2 Burmese who are confined to their own garden space and indoors. We had an ongoing problem with fleas being brought in from our garden, we have visiting possums. We also live in an area of high incidence of ticks, the cats had a tick each. We have been using spot treatments for several years and which would lately only work for 10 days or so. We tried the Seresto collars, and we have flea free cats and no ticks. They have had no problem from the collars on their necks and have had the collars now 2 months. One thing though to look out if you have more than 1 cat. One of our cats on two occasions chewed the end of the other cats collar- even though there was no overhang. He had severe projectile vomiting- a vets visit the first time. We have now secured the other cats collar inside his normal collar, securing it in place with small cable ties. This has worked, prevents the other cat being able to access any collar end and so no more chewing. Also the regular collar has an excellent safety release mechanism which is far superior to the system on the Seresto collar. For peace of mind, to have a reliable safety release, my neighbour is also using this method to secure the Seresto collar on her Siamese, and so far it has not reduced the effectiveness of the Seresto collar.
    • Donna Gandini says... I have spent a fortune at the vet and lost a beloved cat due to paralysis ticks. For the last 7 months we have had 7 cats in our families wearing these collars, and no problems with ticks. This is in Cairns.
    • Peta Haynes-Lovell says... Worked well for my cat. No skin irritations or reactions. No fleas & continuous coverage. Very happy with result.
    • Jacquie says... Worked extremely well on Revolution resistant fleas. I used it on a Chinchilla and Burman without any problems.
    • Genevieve says... I was having so much trouble with my cat and fleas - he's an indoor cat but they just kept coming back. He loves to sit by the screen door or windows a lot so they may have come from another cat or possum. I tried everything - taking him to the vet for a flea wash, traditional back of the neck drops, flea bombing the house, washing/replacing his bedding. It was driving me (and him) mad. I bought this in October and within days the fleas were gone and haven't come back. He's also not bothered by the collar at all, which is crazy because I've never been able to get him to wear a normal collar for longer than a week. He had zero reaction to the collar and honestly doesn't even notice he's wearing it. i rated the price low because obviously I'd like it to be cheaper, but happy to buy it again and again because my boy is so much happier now.
    • Jessica says... A little pricey but definitely worth it for 8 months of protection! Being an avid foster carer I've had a constant flea problem that no amount of bombing was helping. No matter what products I used the fleas would return within days. All of my cats now have a collar on and it's amazing! Definitely a great bargain when it's on special!
    • May says... Bought 3 collars for my 3 cats while I had a 20% off voucher. Saved myself $60 Honestly the best investment for my cats. I don't have to worry about flea treatments every month, and my cats don't have to freak out about the smell. These collars are odourless and all 3 of my cats have had no adverse reactions. They have been wearing the collars for 5 months now and I have not seen a flea ever since. Also, it may seem pricey but it lasts for 8 months. Other monthly treatments are usually in a 6 pack so you only get 6 months worth of protection. Both products are about the same price so the collars have more value if you weigh it up. 10/10 Would reccomend!
    • Liz says... The flea collar definitely worked ... to well. The formula was so strong that the fleas disappeared within a few days. But after a few days, the fur around and under the collar fell out and he developed rashes and bleeding. I immediately had to cut the collar off because you can't undo it without cutting it. So $80 gone along with fleas but now I'm worried my cat is going to develop an infection from his wounds :( hopefully not

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