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Seresto
Date Posted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Seresto
Manufacturer: Bayer HealthCare

Product Description: Bayer HealthCare's Seresto is an effective, eight-month tick and flea preventive in an innovative collar form, and it offers pet owners the performance they expect from their monthly topicals but delivers the active ingredients in an easy-to-use, convenient collar, the company states. The product features an innovative sustained release technology that allows for a continuous release of imidacloprid and flumethrin in low concentrations, and it releases small amounts of the active ingredients from the collar to the hair and skin of the dog or cat, where they are distributed over the hair and skin surface, according to the manufacturer. As a result, it kills fleas within 24 hours and ticks within 48 hours after initial application, while reinfesting fleas are killed within two hours and reinfesting ticks are killed in as quickly as six hours, the company adds.

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