Scalibor Protector Band – 65 cm for Large Sized Dogs
Scalibor Dog Collars controls the infestations of ticks, mosquitoes and flies for up to 6 months. It also has some activity against fleas and is used in some countries as a flea collar.
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- The Scalibor Dog Collar should be fixed around your dogs neck to control ticks (Ixodes ricinus; Rhipicephalus sanguineus) for 5 to 6 months, sand flies (Phlebotomus perniciosus) for a period of 5 to 6 months and mosquitoes of the species Culex pipiens for 6 months.
- The 65 cm collar is to be used on large dogs. Fasten around the neck only, one collar per dog. For external use only. Can be used during pregnancy and lactation.
- Scalibor collar for large dogs contains 4.0% deltamethrin which corresponds to 1.0 g deltamethrin per collar
Ingredients & Nutrition
When its flea and tick season, reach for the Scalibor Flea & Tick Collar for quick, effective and long-lasting protection for your dog for up to 6 months. This odorless, water-resistant collar for dogs kills three kinds of ticks in the blood-feeding stage, including ticks known to carry Lyme Disease. Scalibor also kill any fleas on your dog. Do I need a prescription to purchase this product? No. What parasites does this kill, control, or repel? Kills fleas, American Dog Ticks, Brown Dog Ticks, and Deer Ticks. What is the main parasite killing ingredient (active ingredient)? Deltamethrin. Intended Use: Dogs. DO NOT USE ON CATS. What is the youngest age I can use this on my pet? At least 12 weeks old for dogs and puppies. What is the weight requirements for use? All weights. Can I use on my pregnant or lactating (nursing) pet? Consult your veterinarian before use with pregnant or nursing animals. Is this Waterproof or Water Resistant?: Water Resistant. How long before it starts to work? Within 24 hours. How long until maximum effectiveness is reached? Kills 98% of ticks and remaining fleas within 24 hours of application. How often should I apply or administer? Every 6 months How is it administered (Topically, orally, or other)? Collar
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