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Beaphar Plastic Flea & Tick Collar for Dogs

  • Coloured £3.94

Description

The Beaphar Plastic Flea & Tick Collar is a water resistant collar which kills ticks and fleas and prevents them from returning for up to 4 months. The collar starts working immediately but can take several days for the active ingredient to spread all over the dog's coat. The reflective collar makes your dog more visible in low light.

Colours are randomly allocated. Suitable for dogs over 3 months of age.

Ingredient

Active Ingredient: Each collar contains 15% w/w dimpylate (3.6 g dimpylate per collar).

Directions for use

Simply slide the free end through the buckle, and tighten to give a comfortable fit. Cut off any excess collar with scissors and throw it away with your domestic rubbish.

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Can I use the beaphar flea and tick collar if I have given my dog the advocate treatment about a wee

1st Jun 2015
Advocate treatment

Can my dog wear an beaphar flea and tick collar when I have given him the advocate treatment about a week ago, will it be ok only he is getting a lot of ticks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These products have very different active ingredients and it should be safe and effective to do as you suggest, though ticks are particularly difficult to control, whatever you use.