Seresto Flea & Tick Collar for Dogs, 8-Month Protection
Seresto Flea & Tick Collar is an innovative, vet-recommended antiparasitic collar designed to keep your pet safe from fleas, ticks, and lice. It is an odorless, no-mess, easy-to-wear collar that provides continuous protection to dogs against fleas and ticks for 8 months. Unlike many other flea and tick treatments, Seresto Collar repels fleas and ticks before they can lay eggs. It quickly eliminates Deer ticks, Brown dog ticks, American dog ticks, and Lone star ticks and prevents tick-borne diseases caused by them including Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, anasplasmosis, bartonellosis, babesiosis, canine hemoplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, etc.
Seresto Collar for Dogs begins killing fleas within 2 hours, with protection against further flea infestation lasting 8 months. It also kills chewing lice and aids in the control of flea larvae in the dog’s surroundings. Furthermore, it also aids in the treatment and control of sarcoptic mange in dogs. The Seresto Flea & Tick Collar is water-resistant, and it remains effective following a shampoo treatment, swimming, or exposure to rain or sunlight.
Why Choose Seresto for Dogs?
Kills through contact: Seresto Flea & Tick Collar kills and repels fleas and ticks through contact, so they don’t need to bite your pet to die.
Long-lasting protection: Seresto provides 8 continuous months of flea and tick prevention for dogs.
Quick working mechanism: Seresto kills existing fleas on dogs within 24 hours. It begins the prevention of fleas within 48 hours of the collar application.
Hassle-free treatment: Seresto Collar is an odorless, non-greasy, and water-resistant formula that is hassle-free and easy to use.
How Seresto Collar works?
Seresto collar contains two key ingredients: flumethrin and imidacloprid. It features a unique polymer matrix that ensures both of these ingredients are continuously released in low concentrations. Flumethrin is a pyrethroid insecticide that is used externally in veterinary medication against insects and ticks on dogs. Another key component present in the collar is imidacloprid, an insecticide that acts on the nervous system of insects and blocks neuronal pathways. It then prevents acetylcholine from transmitting impulses between nerves, paralyzing the insect and eventually killing it.
Dogs must not be bathed more than once per month in order to maintain an eight-month flea protection duration.
For dogs that swim once a month or more, the control duration is reduced to 5 months for flea control and reduced to 7 months for tick control.