Seresto Gato 1 Unidade

Seresto ® es diferente de los collares convencionales contra pulgas y garrapatas. utiliza una tecnología innovadora, lo que permite una liberación controlada de dosis ba... Read More
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Seresto ® es diferente de los collares convencionales contra pulgas y garrapatas.

utiliza una tecnología innovadora, lo que permite una liberación controlada de dosis bajas de sustancias activas sobre 8 meses .

Esto proporciona una excelente protección de su gato, no sólo porque elimina las pulgas y garrapatas, sino también porque repele garrapatas antes de que se asoman, que ayuda a proteger a su mascota de enfermedades que éstos parásitos pueden transmitir.

Seresto ® se pueden utilizar en gatitos a partir de 10 semanas de edad.

Ingredients

Seresto fue desarrollado sobre la base de tecnología innovadora, también conocido como "matriz polimérica", con sustancias activas reconocidos:

- posible gracias a la experiencia única de Bayer en las áreas de Ciencia de los Materiales, Ciencia de Cultivos y healthcar

- asegura una liberación controlada de las dosis bajas de los dos principios activos durante ocho meses, ofreciendo su gato protección continua

FAQ

Is Seresto safe for kittens?

It’s safe for kittens aged 10 weeks and older.

Is there a resting period between taking off an old collar and putting a new one?
No. It's important to put it on without delay to ensure continuous protection of your cat.

My Seresto collar doesn’t smell at all. Is this normal?
Yes. Seresto is odourless, which means it doesn't have any of the unpleasant smells you usually associate with older flea and tick collars.

Can my cat use a normal collar together with the Seresto collar?
Yes, no problem, as long as contact with hair and skin is evident.

What if my cat gets her collar stuck on something?
Seresto as a double safety-release mechanism. First, if your cat gets trapped, the collar will widen when she gives a hard pull, allowing for a quick release. Secondly, the collar has a predetermined breaking point, so a harder pull will break it.

How often should I check the fit of the Seresto collar on a growing kitten?
Kittens grow at different rates and we recommend frequent checks of the collar and readjustment of the slack if necessary.

Can I remove the collar for a brief period and reapply it? Will it still work?
For the best flea and tick protection, Seresto should be on your cat continuously and ideally all year round. However, it's not a problem if you temporarily need to remove the collar (e.g. during grooming).

What are the active ingredients in Seresto?
There are two: imidacloprid, which kills adult fleas and flea larvae; and flumethrin, which repels and kills all life stages of ticks. Both ingredients act on contact without the need to bite.

Can ticks still get into my cat when she’s wearing a Seresto collar?
Ticks may still grab onto your cat’s coat, even if she’s wearing a Seresto collar. The active ingredients work on contact, which means the ticks need to grab onto the fur for it to do it's job. However, once the ticks have climbed on, they will fall off and die.
Therefore, you may sometimes also see ticks tangled in your cat’s fur (but they are dead).

Is it a problem if my cat starts chewing the collar?
The vast majority of active ingredients are bound in the collar matrix and not on the surface so they are not released or absorbed when the collar gets chewed. Some mild gastrointestinal signs may occur, if any, but it's best to avoid chewing by your cat. If your cat manages to get her own collar into the mouth it’s likely that it is too loose so adjust it. Two fingers should fit between the collar and your cat’s neck, not too tight, but snug.

Is Seresto safe for kittens?
It’s safe for kittens aged 10 weeks and older.

Is there a resting period between taking off an old collar and putting a new one?
No. It's important to put it on without delay to ensure continuous protection of your cat.

My Seresto collar doesn’t smell at all. Is this normal?
Yes. Seresto is odourless, which means it doesn't have any of the unpleasant smells you usually associate with older flea and tick collars.

Can my cat use a normal collar together with the Seresto collar?
Yes, no problem, as long as contact with hair and skin is evident.

What if my cat gets her collar stuck on something?
Seresto as a double safety-release mechanism. First, if your cat gets trapped, the collar will widen when she gives a hard pull, allowing for a quick release. Secondly, the collar has a predetermined breaking point, so a harder pull will break it.

How often should I check the fit of the Seresto collar on a growing kitten?
Kittens grow at different rates and we recommend frequent checks of the collar and readjustment of the slack if necessary.

Can I remove the collar for a brief period and reapply it? Will it still work?
For the best flea and tick protection, Seresto should be on your cat continuously and ideally all year round. However, it's not a problem if you temporarily need to remove the collar (e.g. during grooming).

What are the active ingredients in Seresto?
There are two: imidacloprid, which kills adult fleas and flea larvae; and flumethrin, which repels and kills all life stages of ticks. Both ingredients act on contact without the need to bite.

Can ticks still get into my cat when she’s wearing a Seresto collar?
Ticks may still grab onto your cat’s coat, even if she’s wearing a Seresto collar. The active ingredients work on contact, which means the ticks need to grab onto the fur for it to do it's job. However, once the ticks have climbed on, they will fall off and die.
Therefore, you may sometimes also see ticks tangled in your cat’s fur (but they are dead).

Is it a problem if my cat starts chewing the collar?
The vast majority of active ingredients are bound in the collar matrix and not on the surface so they are not released or absorbed when the collar gets chewed. Some mild gastrointestinal signs may occur, if any, but it's best to avoid chewing by your cat. If your cat manages to get her own collar into the mouth it’s likely that it is too loose so adjust it. Two fingers should fit between the collar and your cat’s neck, not too tight, but snug.