Beaphar FIPROtec® Spot On Solution for Medium Dogs kills fleas and ticks on medium dogs and continues to kill fleas for up to 5 weeks and ticks for up to 4 weeks. It is important to establish a regular flea control routine for dogs and the household. Dogs who spend a lot of time outside are especially at risk from fleas and ticks. Suitable for dogs over 8 weeks of age and weighing between 10-20kg.
Treatment schedule: For continuous flea protection, re-apply the product once every 4 weeks, but not more often.
: Contains Fipronil, a vet strength active ingredient.
Sizes available: 1 / 3 / 6 pipettes
• Weigh the dog carefully before application.
• Do not remove the pipette from the blister until the product is ready to be used.
• Holding the pipette upright, snip off the top of the pipette.
• Part the dog’s fur between the shoulder blades.
• Apply the contents of one pipette to the skin’s surface, ideally split between two areas roughly 2cm apart.
• For continuous protection, re-apply once every four weeks.
Store the pipettes in the box, in order to protect from light, until ready to use them. Fipronil may adversely affect aquatic organisms. Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with product or empty pipettes. Dispose of empty pipettes immediately after use in the household rubbish.
What’s the best way to ensure my pet remains flea free?
For the best combination of efficacy and value for money, Beaphar recommends regular use of a Beaphar FIPROtec® Spot On and
Beaphar Extra-Long Lasting Household Flea Spray. Ideally, these products should be applied before a significant flea
problem has become established, as this will ensure maximum protection from fleas for the minimum number of product
applications. If a serious flea problem is already present, quicker results may be achieved by using Beaphar Defest
household flea spray together with Beaphar FIPROtec®.
I live in an area where there are a lot of ticks. Which product should I use to keep my dog safe?
Regular use of Beaphar FIPROtec® Spot On will give protection against free-loading ticks. However, as ticks don’t move about
much on the pet, they don’t come into contact with a large amount of insecticide and it is possible for the tick
to become attached to a pet before being killed. If you live in an area where ticks are known to be active, regularly
check your pet to ensure it has not brought one home. If it has, apply Beaphar Tick Away to release its grip before
carefully removing it with tweezers or a tick removing tool.