Fipnil Plus For Cats

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About the product Fipnil Plus For Cats

Fipnil Plus Spot-On Solution for Cats is an effective method of controlling flea infestations, alone or in association with ticks and/or biting lice.

Supplied in easy-to-use pipettes, a single dose of Fipnil Plus will kill fleas within 24 hours, and ticks and lice within 48 hours. It has a persistent insecticidal efficacy against new infestations of fleas for up to 4 weeks, and a persistent acaricidal efficacy for up to 2 weeks against ticks.

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Route of administration and dosage:

External use only.

Administer by topical application to the skin 1 pipette of 0.5 ml per animal.

Method of administration:

Remove the pipette from the sachet. Hold the pipette upright. Tap the narrow part of the pipette to ensure the contents remain within the main body of the pipette. Snap back the tip. 

 

Part the pet’s coat until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the pipette directly against the bared skin and squeeze gently to empty its contents at two points along the cat’s back, preferably at the base of the head and between the shoulder blades, emptying approximately half the volume at each site. Squeeze the pipette several times to ensure dosing is complete.

Care should be taken to avoid excessive wetting of the hair with the product since this will cause a sticky appearance of hairs at the treatment spot. However, should this occur, it will usually disappear within 24-48 hours post application. There is little evidence available from studies with this product in cats; however from studies in dogs, crystals may be seen on the hair and slight scaling may occur within 24-48 hours after application.

Treatment schedule:

 

For optimal control of flea and/or tick infestation the treatment schedule can be based on the local epidemiological situation.

 

The minimum interval between two treatments is four weeks. 

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