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Nexgard Chewables for Dogs

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Nexgard For Dogs Flea & Tick Tablets:

Nexgard chewables for dogs is a once a month, chewable tablet for the effective control of fleas and ticks for dogs and puppies. Containing a powerful new active ingredient Afoxolaner, Nexgard provides effective protection against fleas and ticks, including Paralysis ticks. It comes as an easy to administer, tasty, beef-flavoured chew. It can be used on puppies over 2kg in weight and from 8 weeks of age.

Nexgard® Flea and Tick Control for Dogs Key Benefits: 

    • Soft beef-flavoured chew that dogs readily accept

    • Fast Action and Effective - Flea control within 8 hours of administration

    • Long Lasting - Kills and controls fleas & ticks on dogs for up to a month

    • Safe to use on puppies over 2kg in weight, 8 weeks of age and older

    • Kills ticks including the Brown Dog tick and Paralysis tick

    • Can be given with or without food

    • Not affected by bathing, swimming or shampooing

    • No need to seperate treated dogs from other pets in household

Manufacturer
Merial

Active Ingredient
Afoxolaner

Directions of Use
Nexgard chewables are administered orally once a month at the recommended dosage. For use in dogs and puppies 8 weeks or older and over 2kg in weight.  This product packaged in doses for dogs and puppies in 4 weight ranges, 2 to 4 kg, 4.1 to 10 kg, 10.1 to 25 kg and 25.1 to 50 kg.

Caution
This product is for use in dogs and puppies 8 weeks or older and over 2 kg in body weight. Studies with Nexgard have not been conducted in pregnant and lactating animals. Do not use in cats or other species. Call poison information center if swallowed. Nexgard was well tolerated in all breeds including Collies with ivermectin sensitivity.

Possible Side Effects
The most frequently reported adverse reaction was vomiting. This tended to be self-limiting and of short duration. If signs persist or become more severe within a few days of administration, consult a veterinarian immediately.