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VETOCANIS ACTION PROTEC Anti-Flea and Anti-Tick Collar for Cats, Black

Reference : BIO000268
Designation : VETOCANIS ACTION PROTEC DIMPYLATE COLLAR FOR CATS

The anti-flea and anti-tick collar for Cats eliminates fleas and prevents new infestations for a period of 8 months. Veterinary Use Scientifically-proven effectiveness.

Product benefits

  • Eliminates Fleas and Ticks - Long-lasting Protection
  • Proven effectiveness - 8 months of Protection against Fleas
  • Active substance: Dimpylate / Veterinary Use
  • Suitable for Cats over 3 Months old
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VETOCANIS ACTION PROTEC DIMPYLATE COLLAR FOR CATS

LIST OF THE ACTIVE SUBSTANCE AND OTHER INGREDIENTS:

One 14 g collar contains: Active substance: Dimpylate 2.1 g.
Excipient: Black masterbatch 77301 PVC: QS 147.0 mg.

INDICATIONS: Disorders due to parasites sensitive to dimpylate.

For cats:

- Elimination of fleas (Ctenocephalides felis).
- Prevention of new infestations for a period of 8 months.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: In the absence of available data, do not use on kittens or puppies under three months old. Do not use on a sick or convalescing animal or an animal with skin lesions.

DOSAGE FOR EACH SPECIES, ROUTE AND METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION: For external use only. One collar per animal. Adjust the length of the collar so that you can fit one finger between the neck and the collar. Cut off the excess of the end of the collar.

ADVERSE REACTIONS: Irritation may appear on the animal's neck due to the wearing of the collar. In this case, remove the collar until the symptoms disappear. Adverse effects have been observed in cats: mainly shaking, hypersalivation, anorexia, lethargy and mydriasis. The treatment is symptomatic and eliminatory. If you notice any adverse effects, even those not listed on this label or if you think that the medicinal product has not been effective, please inform your vet.

SPECIFIC CAUTIONS

Specific cautions for each target species:

Remove the collar at the first signs that the animal is not tolerating it well.

Special precautions for use with the animal:

• Remove the collar if the cat is washed and put it back on when the coat is dry.
• The effectiveness of the collar may be reduced if the coat is wet repeatedly and significantly (rain, bath). In this case, the collar should be changed earlier.

Special precautions to be taken by the person who administers the medicinal product to the animals:

• Wash your hands after you have placed the collar around your animal's neck.
• Do not smoke, drink or eat while putting the collar on the animal.
• Avoid contact with skin. • Keep away from food and drink, including those for animals.
• Do not allow children to play with the collar.

Usage during gestation, lactation or laying:

Studies involving laboratory animals (rats, rabbits) have not shown any teratogenic effect from dimpylate, but embryotoxicity and maternotoxicity have been noted.
The non-toxicity of this product for a female cat that is gestating or lactating has not been demonstrated. As dimpylate has a systemic distribution and the exposure lasts for several months, the use of this product on a cat that is gestating or lactating is not recommended.

Interaction with medicinal products or other forms of interaction: Do not use other organophosphate insecticides on the animal while it is wearing the collar.

Excessive dose (symptom, emergency procedure, antidote):

The main symptoms observed as a result of accidental poisoning by organophosphate insecticides are hypersalivation, diarrhoea, bronchial congestion, shaking and convulsions. The treatment of accidental poisoning is essentially based around the administration of atropine sulphate.

Incompatibilities: None known.

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF UNUSED VETERINARY MEDICINAL PRODUCTS OR WASTE DERIVED FROM THE USE OF THESE MEDICINAL PRODUCTS, AS APPROPRIATE:

Dimpylate is toxic to aquatic life. Do not dispose of medicinal products in drains or in household waste. Ask your vet or pharmacist to find out how to get rid of medicinal products that you no longer need. These measures help to protect the environment.

SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR STORAGE:

• Keep out of sight and reach of children.
• To be stored in the original outer packaging.
• Store at a temperature not exceeding 25°C.
• Do not use this veterinary medicinal product after the expiry date stated on the sachet or the box after EXP. • The expiry date corresponds to the last day of the month indicated.

DATE OF LAST APPROVED LABELLING: 18/06/2019

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Box of 1 sachet containing 1 collar. Single blister pack containing 1 collar. Not all pack sizes may be marketed.

VETERINARY USE

These products are veterinary medicinal products. Do not hesitate to take advice from your pharmacist or vet; if symptoms persist, consult a vet. Before using, read the information contained in the instructions for use notice carefully.

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

One 14g collar contains:

 Active substance: 
 Dimpylate 2.10g

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

Place the collar around the animal's neck and tighten moderately (leave the thickness of 1 finger between the neck and the collar) and cut off the protruding part of the loop.

This collar is recommended for eliminating fleas and ticks in cats, and preventing new infestations for a period of 8 months.

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

In the absence of available data, do not use on kittens or puppies under three months old. Do not use on a sick or convalescing animal or an animal with skin lesions.
Remove the collar if the cat is washed or bathed and put it back on when the coat is dry. The effectiveness of the collar may be reduced if the coat is wet repeatedly and significantly.

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

VETOCANIS ACTION PROTEC DIMPYLATE COLLAR FOR CATS

- COMPOSITION: Dimpylate 2.1 g, excipient, colourants qs for a collar of 14 g.

- PHARMACEUTICAL FORM: Collar. 

- INDICATIONS FOR USE: Disorders due to parasites sensitive to dimpylate. In cats: Elimination of fleas (Ctenocephalides felis). Prevention of new infestations for a period of 8 months. 

- CONTRAINDICATIONS: In the absence of available data, do not use on kittens or puppies under three months old. Do not use on a sick or convalescing animal or an animal with skin lesions. 

- CAUTIONS SPECIFIC TO EACH TARGET SPECIES: Remove the collar at the first signs that the animal is not tolerating it well. 

- SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR USE WITH THE ANIMAL:  Remove the collar if the cat is washed and put it back on when the coat is dry. The effectiveness of the collar may be reduced if the coat is wet repeatedly and significantly (rain, bath). In this case, the collar should be changed earlier. 

- SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN BY THE PERSON WHO ADMINISTERS THE VETERINARY MEDICINAL PRODUCT TO THE ANIMALS: Wash your hands after you have placed the collar around your animal's neck. Do not smoke, drink or eat while putting the collar on the animal. Avoid contact with skin. Keep away from food and drink, including those for animals. Do not allow children to play with the collar. 

- ADVERSE EFFECTS (FREQUENCY AND SEVERITY): Irritation may appear on the animal's neck due to the wearing of the collar. In this case, remove the collar until the symptoms disappear. Adverse effects have been observed in cats: mainly shaking, hypersalivation, anorexia, lethargy and mydriasis. The treatment is symptomatic and eliminatory. 

- USE DURING GESTATION, LACTATION OR LAYING: Studies involving laboratory animals (rats, rabbits) have not shown any teratogenic effect from dimpylate, but embryotoxicity and maternotoxicity have been noted. The non-toxicity of this product for a female cat that is gestating or lactating has not been demonstrated. As dimpylate has a systemic distribution and the exposure lasts for several months, the use of this product on a cat that is gestating or lactating is not recommended. 

- INTERACTION WITH OTHER MEDICINAL PRODUCTS AND OTHER FORMS OF INTERACTION: Do not use other organophosphate insecticides on the animal while it is wearing the collar. 

- DOSAGE AND ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION: For external use only. One collar per animal. Adjust the length of the collar so that you can fit one finger between the neck and the collar. Cut off the excess of the end of the collar. 

- EXCESSIVE DOSE (SYMPTOMS, EMERGENCY PROCEDURE, ANTIDOTES), IF NECESSARY: The main symptoms observed as a result of accidental poisoning by organophosphate insecticides are hypersalivation, diarrhoea, bronchial congestion, shaking and convulsions. The treatment of accidental poisoning is essentially based around the administration of atropine sulphate. 

- SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR STORAGE: Store in the original packaging. To be stored at a temperature not exceeding 25°C.

- SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN DISPOSING OF UNUSED VETERINARY MEDICINAL PRODUCTS OR WASTE DERIVED FROM THE USE OF THESE MEDICINAL PRODUCTS: Empty packaging and any residual product should be disposed of in accordance with the practices governed by the regulations on waste. Dimpylate is toxic to aquatic life. 

- MARKETING AUTHORISATION NUMBER(S): FR/V/7738664 7/1999. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 grey collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 grey collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 grey collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 red collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 red collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 red collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 blue collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 blue collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 blue collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 green collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 green collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 green collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 black collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 black collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 black collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 pink collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 pink collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 pink collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 brown collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 brown collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 brown collar. Box of 1 sachet containing 1 beige collar. Single cardboard blister pack containing 1 beige collar. Single PVC blister pack containing 1 beige collar. Not all pack sizes may be marketed. 

- EXTERNAL USE - VETERINARY USE

- MARKETING AUTHORISATION HOLDER: ALFAMED, 13 rue Lid, 06517 CARROS CEDEX FRANCE. COMMERCIAL OPERATOR: AGROBIOTHERS LABORATOIRE - ZI Les Platières-71290 CUISERY.

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas
  • Eliminates Fleas and Ticks - Long-lasting Protection
  • Proven effectiveness - 8 months of Protection against Fleas
  • Active substance: Dimpylate / Veterinary Use
  • Suitable for Cats over 3 Months old
ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

Can I use the collar on my kitten?

The anti-flea and anti-tick collar is suitable for cats over 3 months old.

What are the active substances in the collar?

The collar kills fleas and ticks thanks to the Dimpylate, an insecticidal substance. The dose of Dimpylate per collar is established based on the weight of your cat. Be sure to keep to the category to avoid excessive doses.

When should my cat wear the collar?

When your cat already has a flea or tick infestation it can wear the collar to eliminate the parasites immediately and prevent a new infestation. The period of active protection against fleas is 8 weeks.

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

Fleas and ticks are present throughout the year, in towns and in the countryside. Check your cat regularly, especially if it usually goes outside, where the risk of catching fleas or ticks is higher. Fleas or ticks like to lodge themselves in and around your cat’s ears, at the base of the tail and on the stomach. 

Also check your cat's environment (toys, scratching posts, baskets, litter boxes, carpets, etc.), as the parasites can lodge anywhere in the house.

If you notice the presence of fleas or ticks on your cat's coat or skin, treat your animal promptly with a product which kills parasites, to reduce the risk of diseases caused by bites.

ACTION PROTEC Collar 8 Months Fleas

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