Seresto Flea and Tick Treatment for Cats

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Product Summary:

Seresto Flea and Tick Treatment for Cats
 
Seresto by Bayer is a new alternative to topical flea and tick control.  Monthly preventatives are easy for pet owners to forget to apply each month, allowing the chance for their pet to be exposed to flea and tick infestations.  The Seresto is an easy-to-use eight month collar, making it effective and affordable for pet owners.  It combines two active ingredients, which provide dual action againt pests, and continue to protect over 8 months.
 
Features:
  • For cats and kittens 10 weeks of age or older
  • Kills fleas and continues to prevent infestations for 8 months
  • Repels and kills ticks
  • Odorless
  • Easy to use
Item Specifications:

Size:
Contains one collar
 
Active Ingredients:
Flumethrin 4.5% + Imidacloprid 10%
 
Application Instructions:
Remove collar from protective bag directly before use.  Unroll collar and make sure that there are no remnants from the plastic connectors inside the collar.  Insert end of the collar through the buckle.  Adjust the collar around the animal's neck without tightening it too tight (as a guide, it should be poassible to insert 2 fingers between the collar and the neck).  Pull excess collar through the loop and cut off any excess length extending 1 inch beyond the loop.
 
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Only flea & tick product that I've found to work for both cats and dogs in 2 years! I have 2 cats and a dog that I use the collars on and not a single itch or irritation from the collar.
Marissa S on Dec 1, 2015
It was recommended by my vet. Imagine my surprise when it worked! And very quickly it worked. We have a severe flea infestation in my area and my animals were covered in them. Within hours of using Seresto, has regained the hair she lost, she also gained weight, no longer had scabs and flea dander and isn't using every moment of every day to scratch. it lasts 8 months, kind of expensive though but worth it. It sells out so fast you can't get in pet stores anywhere. USE IT, IT WORKS!!!!!
Colleen W on Aug 22, 2015
Works
Marion on Nov 6, 2015
hard to remember when to change them
Janice P on Jul 3, 2015
It is Oct. Should I put these collars on my dog and cat? Live in New York State Seresto Flea and Tick should they were it through the fall and winter months?
Marion on Oct 21, 2014
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Best Answer: In my opinion, it would depend on whether you have a flea/tick problem year round. In South Carolina the answer is yes. I take the Seresto collar off when I bathe my dogs just in case exposure to water reduces life. So far i have had success with the collars and I have 4 dogs.
Reply · Report · Michelle H on Oct 24, 2014
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I have a 2 cats I gave them each 1 tablet of Comfortis 3 days ago & I have sprayed my house 3 weeks in a row & they are still scratching. I saw that one of them threw up I'm assuming the tablet that night but not sure which kitty? Is it ok to put these collars on so soon?
Darlene C on Jun 27, 2015
Best Answer: Before I starting using the Seresto collars I had a similar situation and we stared using the collars right away. But I think it's always best to check with your vet to be sure.
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