Welcome to Beaphar Canishield®

Beaphar Canishield® collar contains the insecticide deltamethrin, which is slowly released from the poly matrix of the collar. 

Beaphar Canishield® kills fleas for up to sixteen weeks, ticks for up to six months and sandflies for up to five and half months

For best results, use early in the season before fleas are seen, and at least one week before your dog is likely to be exposed to ticks. Great for dogs travelling abroad at risk of leishmaniasis, which is transmitted by sandflies. Beaphar Canishield collar is suitable for dogs from 7 weeks of age. 


Kills Ticks for 6 months

Ticks are blood-sucking parasites that can bite both humans and animals. Tick ​​bites can cause discomfort and infections. More importantly, ticks can transmit diseases to your dog, such as Borreliosis (Lyme disease). Ticks are found throughout the Netherlands in parks, forests, dunes, heathland, sheltered meadows but also in gardens. It is a myth that ticks would fall from trees. They stay in high grass, between dead leaves, ferns etc. from there they switch to your dog.
Kills fleas for 16 weeks
Fleas are blood-sucking parasites, often found on dogs. Dogs are usually infected by adult fleas from the area. When fleas have found their favorite host, they stay on the animal until the flea dies. A serious infection can cause anemia. In addition, fleas spread pathogens and can transmit tapeworms. Contact with flea saliva can cause allergic reactions in dogs, known as Flea Allergy Dermatitis.
Kills and repels sandflies for 5 and a half months
Sand flies are small insects with a length of 1.5 - 3.5 mm. They mainly occur in warmer climates, such as in southern Europe. The females feed on blood from various hosts, such as humans and dogs. Bites from the sand fly can be irritating to animals, but more importantly: sand flies are carriers of Leishmaniasis. This is a serious life-threatening parasitic disease for dogs. 

Protect your dog in the fight against parasites

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