Give your dogs adequate protection from fleas, ticks, and worms
Fleas, ticks, mites, and worms can be a serious threat to your dog's health if you don’t protect them with the right medications. They can cause discomfort, as well as infection, disease, or death, so it's important to take the right steps to fight them. NexGard Spectra is the first brand to come out with an oral flea, tick and worming treatment for dogs and puppies that is a beef-flavoured chewable. They're easy to administer, with just one chewable per month, protecting your pet throughout the month from harmful parasites.
NexGard Spectra particularly protects against:
Mites (demodex mites, sarcoptes mites, and ear mites)
Give your dog the best chance of fighting worms, fleas, ticks by feeding them NexGard Spectra every month.
How often should NexGard Spectra be given?
You can give your dog or puppy NexGard Spectra once a month, and it will be effective against fleas and ticks. Ideally, you should administer it on the same day of every month.
When can puppies safely take NexGard Spectra?
Once your puppy is 8 weeks old and over 2kg, it is safe for them to take NexGard Spectra. You should weigh your puppy or dog before each dose to ensure you give them the right treatment.
What can NexGard Spectra protect against?
Check the products for details but generally it protects from fleas, bush ticks, brown dog ticks and deadly paralysis ticks
How safe is NexGard Spectra?
NexGard Spectra has been tried and tested, as is perfectly safe to use as instructed. It is approved by veterinarians across Australia. As with all medications, there may be side effects but Nexgard Spectra is a safe product to use for your pets. If you are still concerned about the safety of NexGard Spectra, consult your vet.
How do I give my dog NexGard Spectra?
Dogs can eat the NexGard Spectra chew like a treat but you can also give it with food.
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