Bars Drops Against Fleas And Ticks For Dogs - 1 Dropper Pipette
Details About Bars Drops:
Bars drops against fleas and ticks for dogs as active ingredients contain fipronil 50 mg/ml, diflubenzuron 1 mg/ml and dicarboximide (MGC-264) 5 mg/ml, and excipients
The mechanism of action, which is part of the drug, fipronil consists of blocking the GABA-dependent receptors of ectoparasites, impairing the transmission of nerve impulses, which leads to paralysis and death of ectoparasites.
Diflubenzuron, by inhibiting the synthesis of chitin in parasites, disrupts the molting, egg-laying, and hatchery-hatchery process, which leads to an end to the replenishment of the population.
Dicarboximide is a synergist and is used with insecticides to increase their activity. Dicarboximide stops microsomal detoxification of the insecticide, increasing its toxicity for the parasite.
After the skin application of the drug, the active ingredients entering into its composition, not absorbed into the systemic bloodstream, are evenly distributed over the surface of the body, accumulate in the sebaceous glands, and protect the animal from ectoparasites for a long time.
Indications for use:
Assign to dogs from the age of 8 weeks for the treatment and prevention of anastomoses (lice, fleas, withers), sarcoptic disease, nootropics, otodectosis, heiletellaella, exotic infection.
Individual sensitivity of the animal to the components of the drug. Patients with infectious diseases weakened and convalescent animals, pregnant and lactating females, as well as puppies younger than 8 weeks of age, dogs weighing less than 2 kg are not subject to treatment.
1 dropper pipette (1.4ml) per 10 kg of the animal weight.
How to Apply:
Apply to animals once by drip application on dry undamaged skin at several points in the back between the shoulder blades or in the neck region at the base of the skull (in places not accessible to animals).
The protective effect of the drug persists for 1-2 months. Repeated treatments of animals are carried out according to indications, but not more often than once a month.
In the treatment of otomycosis, the auricles and auditory canal are previously cleaned from earwax, exudate, and scabs, then 4-6 drops of the drug are added to each ear. To distribute the medicinal product evenly, the auricle is folded along and slightly massaged by its base.
The remainder of the drug in the pipette is applied to the animal on the skin between the scapulae. In the neglected case of otomycosis, complicated by otitis media, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agents are prescribed and the auricular application of Bars drops against fleas and ticks is repeated after 7-10 days.
The medicinal preparation must be injected into both ears, even in cases of omentectomy with only one ear.
To prevent splashing of the medicinal product (if the animal shakes its head), fix the head of the animal for several minutes.