Bravecto (Furalaner) is a veterinary medicine used to provide protection against flea and tick for dogs and cats. It contains the active ingredient, Furalaner works by killing parasites that live on the skin or in the fur of animals, such as fleas and ticks. It can be used to treat flea allergy dermatitis (an allergic reaction to flea bites. Bravecto is available as a spot-on solution in a pipette for use on dogs and cats. Bravecto can kill fleas within 8 hours and ticks within 12 hours in dogs. It is available by prescription only at your vet. Read the product label carefully before use.
Our Canadian online pharmacy offers brand name Bravecto spot-on comes from Australia manufactured by MSD. The Bravecto spot-on solution is available in different strengths for dogs in different weights: 112.5 mg 2 Pipettes for very small dogs (2-4.5kg), 250 mg 2 Pipettes for small dogs (4.5-10kg), and 500 mg 2 pipettes for medium dogs (10-20kg). There is no generic equivalent of Bravecto.
The common side effects of Bravecto include a mild short-lived skin reaction at the application site, such as erythema (redness), pruritus (itching), or decreased appetite, diarrhea, hair loss, lethargy and vomiting. If your dogs experience any serious side effects such as seizures or signs of an allergic reaction, please notify your veterinarian promptly.
Not for human use. Keep this medicine out of the reach of children. Keep Bravecto tropical solution in the original packaging until use, in order to prevent children from getting direct access to the product. It's best to treat your pet at the beginning of flea and tick season. Use with caution in dogs who have a history of seizures. Seizures have been reported in dogs following administration of fluralaner. Talk to your veterinarian before using Bravecto on pregnant or nursing pets.
Merck Animal Health Introduces BRAVECTO Cares to Show Support for the Health of Service Dogs