Antiparasitic Collar Seresto Large Dog (>8Kg)
Recent studies show effectiveness Seresto collar preventing Leishmaniosis
Study Leishmaniosis Seresto
Medium and Large Dogs (> 8kg)
Composition: 1 Necklace (70 cm) dog Seresto> 8 kg contains: 4.50 g and 2.03 g of imidacloprid flumethrin.
For the prevention and treatment of flea infestation (Ctenocephalides felis, C. canis) for 7 - 8 months. It protects the immediate environment of the animal by inhibiting the development of flea larvae for 8 months.
Seresto can be used as part of a treatment strategy for allergic dermatitis caused by flea bites (DAPP).
The veterinary drug is effective against tick infestations for 8 months for its repellent effect (anti-feeding) (Ixodes ricinus, Rhipicephalus sanguineus) and its acaricidal effect (death of the parasite) (Ixodes ricinus, Rhipicephalus sanguineus, Dermacentor reticulatus). It is effective against adult larvae, nymphs and ticks.
Ticks present in the dog before treatment may not die in the first 48 hours after application of the collar, so they may remain attached and visible. Therefore, it is recommended to remove existing ticks in the dog prior to the application of the collar. The prevention of new infestations by ticks starts during the first two days after the application of the collar.
The collar indirectly protects against the transmission of the pathogens Babesia canis vogeli and Ehrlichia canis by the tick Rhiphicephalus sanguineus and consequently, the risk of canine babesiosis and canine ehrlichiosis is decreased for 7 months.
Reduction of the risk of infection by Leishmania infantum through transmission by sandflies up to 8 months.
For the treatment of infestation by biting / chewing lice (Trichodectes canis).
Posology and method of administration
Cutaneous use. One collar per animal to apply around the neck.
Dogs weighing more than 8 kg must wear a 70 cm long collar.
Small dogs up to 8 kg must wear a collar for dogs <8 kg of 38 cm in length.
Remove the collar from the protective bag just before use. Unroll the collar and make sure that there are no remains of the plastic strips on the inside of the collar. Adjust the collar loosely around the neck of the animal (it is recommended to leave a space of two fingers between the collar and neck). Pass the end of the collar through the buckles. Cut the excess collar leaving 2 cm behind the buckle.
The dog must wear the collar continuously during the 8 month period of protection. The collar should be removed at the end of the treatment. Check the collar periodically and adjust if necessary, especially in puppies with rapid growth.
Do not treat puppies under 7 weeks.
In the absence of available data, the veterinary drug is not recommended in gestating or lactating bitches.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any excipient.
Collar of 70cm.
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With courage and commitment, we can solve the world’s number one health problem—hunger—and create a food secure future. – Jeff Simmons, President, Elanco
A food secure 2050 is a world in which people can afford and access enough healthy, nutritious food. It’s a healthier, more productive, more peaceful world.
Of course, the challenge to produce enough nutritious food keeps building as the world keeps growing. In 2012, the world’s population shot past the 7-billion mark on its way to reaching 9 billion by the year 2050.1 It’s not an infinite problem—the rate of population growth will slow significantly by then. But the steepest part of the growth curve is happening now. And in the next seven years, we’ll experience the fastest growth of the global middle class in history.
Of course, “middle class” means different things in different places. But, to put it simply, in the next few decades, billions more people will live a better life. And regardless of the specific income figure for a family or a particular country, one thing is consistent: as income grows, one of the first things most people do to improve their diets is by eating more meat, milk and eggs.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) predicts a 60-percent increase in demand for meat, milk and eggs by 2050.2 Based on today’s production trends, we might not have enough. As hard as farmers are working to sustainably feed a growing world, a gap is beginning to emerge between what we’ll need and what farmers can produce.
And, we need to produce more with less. At our current rate of consumption, it takes the Earth 1.5 years to regenerate the renewable resources we use in a single year.3 If we stay on course, by 2030 we’ll require double the planet’s resources to meet our needs.4 And if we don’t start producing more with less, our impact will keep multiplying.
The challenge is great but not insurmountable. We have the tools to change this. The choices we make between now and 2020 will determine whether we’ll make it there. To achieve a vision of a food secure 2050—a future where people have the means and opportunity to eat enough safe, nutritious food—we need to draw on three solutions:
We believe every person on earth deserves a minimum of a glass of milk and an egg a day. That’s a modest—and achievable—goal, and it’s just enough protein and complete nutrition to make the world healthier and happier. And, frankly, less than that is just not enough.
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