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Nexgard Spectra for Small Cats (0.8-2.4kg)

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Description

The broadest spectrum parasite treatment available for cats; it kills fleas, ticks, ear mites and worms, including tapeworms.

TREAT MONTHLY

Treating only for fleas, treats only half the problem. Make sure you treat your cat for worms too. Monthly administration delivers optimal parasitecontrol for both internal and external parasites.

HUNTING – While we’d prefer them not to, cats are known to chase and hunt rodents such as mice, birds and other small wild prey that can host parasitic worms, including tapeworms.

GROOMING – When grooming, cats swallow anywhere between 18-50% of their fleas.1,2 Fleas are intermediate hosts for the tapeworm Dipylidium caninum which means cats can become infected with tapeworms by swallowing fleas.

ROAMING – Adventures around the neighbourhood, in gardens, local parks and public places where other animals go, expose kiwi cats to fleas and worms all year round.

ZOONOSIS – THE DEFINITION OF ZOONOSIS IS A DISEASE WHICH CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO HUMANS FROM ANIMALS.
Roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms represent zoonotic risk. If cats are not routinely dewormed, pet owners and their families (especially young children) are at increased risk of exposure and infection. NEXGARD SPECTRA for Cats helps protect against these zoonotic parasites.

HOW TO APPLY NEXGARD SPECTRA FOR CATS

Pull back the plunger slightly, remove cap, place the tip of the applicator on the skin. Apply the contents directly on the skin in one spot on mid-line of the neck between the base of the skull and the shoulder blades. For more information, scan our QR code for our “How to Apply” video.

EXTERNAL USE ONLY

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Additional Information

TREAT MONTHLY

Treating only for fleas, treats only half the problem. Make sure you treat your cat for worms too. Monthly administration delivers optimal parasitecontrol for both internal and external parasites.

HUNTING – While we’d prefer them not to, cats are known to chase and hunt rodents such as mice, birds and other small wild prey that can host parasitic worms, including tapeworms.

GROOMING – When grooming, cats swallow anywhere between 18-50% of their fleas.1,2 Fleas are intermediate hosts for the tapeworm Dipylidium caninum which means cats can become infected with tapeworms by swallowing fleas.

ROAMING – Adventures around the neighbourhood, in gardens, local parks and public places where other animals go, expose kiwi cats to fleas and worms all year round.

ZOONOSIS – THE DEFINITION OF ZOONOSIS IS A DISEASE WHICH CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO HUMANS FROM ANIMALS.
Roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms represent zoonotic risk. If cats are not routinely dewormed, pet owners and their families (especially young children) are at increased risk of exposure and infection. NEXGARD SPECTRA for Cats helps protect against these zoonotic parasites.

HOW TO APPLY NEXGARD SPECTRA FOR CATS

 

Pull back the plunger slightly, remove cap, place the tip of the applicator on the skin. Apply the contents directly on the skin in one spot on mid-line of the neck between the base of the skull and the shoulder blades. For more information, scan our QR code for our “How to Apply” video.

EXTERNAL USE ONLY

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