Vectra for Dogs & Cats
VECTRA: (Dinotefuran and Pyriproxyfen) Fast-acting protection against all stages of fleas for dogs and cats and for puppies or kittens more than eight (8) weeks old.
Fleas can present a persistent threat to your pet's health. Infected fleas not only cause discomfort, they can transmit serious diseases to your pet. To prevent disease transmission and re-infestation, it’s important to kill adult fleas quickly and prevent the development of all immature flea stages. A monthly application of VECTRA can help protect your pet(s) from fleas and the diseases they may carry.
VECTRA is a monthly topical flea control product that provides long-lasting protection against all stages of fleas. Applying it once a month all through the year provides relief from flea infestation and protection from disease transmission to your dog, puppy, cat or kitten or cat.
- Kills fleas within 2-6 hours
- Kills on contact; fleas do not have to bite to die
- Protects against flea-borne diseases including tularemia, rickettsiosis, bartonellosis and tapeworm
- Kills fleas that may cause flea allergy dermatitis and anemia
- Protects pets from all stages of fleas: eggs, larvae, pupae and adults
- One application protects your pet(s) for 1 month
- Quick drying And non-greasy
- Insect growth regulator remains effective after exposure to sunlight
For Dogs & Puppies: Available in 4 dosing sizes according to body weight: (2.5 – 10 lbs.,11 – 20 lbs., 21 – 55 lbs., 56 - 100 lbs.)
For Cats & Kittens: Available in 2 dosing sizes according to body weight: (<9 lbs. and >9 lbs.)
DO NOT USE CAT PRODUCT ON DOGS OR DOG PRODUCT ON CATS
Do not use this product on debilitated, aged, medicated, pregnant or nursing animals, or animals known to be sensitive to pesticide products without first consulting a veterinarian. Sensitivity, such as slight transitory redness of the skin at the site of application, may occur after using ANY pesticide product for pets. If signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your pet with mild soap or shampoo and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs of individual animal sensitivity occur and persist, contact your veterinarian.