Nexgard Spectra 3 Tablets for Dogs 30.1-60 KG.

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NEXGARD DOGS SPECTRA is safe for all breeds and puppies from just 8 weeks of age and 2 kg or more. 

For dogs > 60 kg, administer an appropriate combination of chews, e.g. for a 75 kg dog, administer one 30.1–60 kg chew together with one 7.6–15 kg chew.

The use of NEXGARD SPECTRA has not been evaluated in breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs. 

Must only be used for dogs.

Fleas 
Fleas are more than just a nuisance. You can see how distressing the itching can be, but fleas can also cause skin problems and even transmit disease. Fleas not only live on your dog, but immature fleas (eggs, larvae & pupae) are present in their environment too – their bedding, the carpet and more! If you want to get rid of fleas, you need to kill the ones on your dog and those living in your home. NEXGARD SPECTRA kills fleas fast. The rapid action and consistent treatment kills newly acquired fleas before they can lay eggs, which stops the infestation in the home. Fleas aren’t just a problem in summer – to stay flea-free, you need to use flea control all year round.

Ticks 
Your dog can pick up ticks not only in rural areas, but in urban parks and gardens too. The most common time for ticks is between late Spring and early Autumn, but they can be active during colder months year round. Ticks use your dog as a host, and attach themselves by biting through their skin and cementing themselves in place. Ticks can cause irritation, lead to an abscess, and cause anaemia in large numbers on young animals. For peace of mind, check your dog regularly for ticks and use monthly tick protection, all year round.

Worms 
ROUNDWORMS, HOOKWORMS AND WHIPWORMS 
If dogs pick up worms, it’s usually through infected dog faeces in the soil – anywhere from the backyard to the dog park. Dogs may be able to cope with the effects of a few parasitic worms, but in high numbers they can rob your dog of important nutrients and cause their health to suffer. Roundworm, hookworm and whipworm. Worms can be passed to humans from contact with soil or grass contaminated with infected dog faeces. Regular deworming keeps your dog healthy and helps protect your family from zoonotic worms.

NEXGARD SPECTRA provides the MOST complete protection against fleas, ticks and intestinal worms for a full month, in one tasty beef-flavoured chew. 

NEXGARD SPECTRA contains afoxolaner, providing the same excellent level of protection against fleas and ticks. Additionally, it contains the active ingredient milbemycin oxime, which provides protection against intestinal worms, making it the most complete protection against fleas, ticks and intestinal worms in just one tasty chew. 

NEXGARD SPECTRA will protect your dog from fleas and ticks for a full month.

NEXGARD SPECTRA is a soft beef-flavoured chew that is for oral consumption only. For ease of dosing, it can be given with or without food. Remove only one chew at a time from the foil-backed blister card. It is a highly palatable chew that is readily consumed by dogs when offered as a treat. Alternatively, it may be added to a small amount of dog food. 

NEXGARD SPECTRA does not need to be given with food. You can choose to give the chew to your dog any time that suits you, with or without food.

NEXGARD SPECTRA is not affected by bathing, swimming or shampooing – unlike some topical formulations or collars. You can be confident that your dog can exercise, play on furniture or with children straight after dosing!

NEXGARD SPECTRA has been shown to be safe in various breeds of dogs (including Collie breeds) and in puppies 8 weeks and older. Afoxolaner, one of the two active ingredients, is part of the isoxazoline family of chemicals. Adverse reactions to this family of chemicals are rarely observed but may include vomiting, diarrhoea, lack of energy, reduced appetite and itching. Most adverse reactions are self-limiting and of short duration.

If you have any concerns, please speak to your veterinarian. 

 

Expiration Date - SEP 2019 or later

 

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