NEW Credelio™ PLUS is a broad-spectrum chewable tablet that’s gentle on your dog’s system but tough on fleas and ticks PLUS heartworm PLUS worms.
COMPREHENSIVE- Kills ticks and fleas, PLUS adult and juvenile roundworms, hookworms and adult whipworm, PLUS prevents heartworm disease and flea tapeworm infestation.
FAST*- Starts killing fleas within 2 hours, protects for a full month. Demonstrated > 95% efficacy for a full month against Paralysis ticks, Brown Dog ticks and Bush ticks.
CONVENIENT - Small, tasty chewable tablet, readily accepted by dogs and puppies as young as 8 weeks.
One tablet once a month- It’s all you need for long-lasting, broad spectrum protection against parasites, so you can keep your dog Credelio close.
Available in 3 & 6 packs.
Credelio PLUS should be given with or following food, every month, preferably on the same date, to ensure complete protection for your dog. Most dogs will take Credelio PLUS from your hand. If this is not the case, try hiding the chewable tablet in their food.
Be certain that the entire dose is consumed; watch your dog for several minutes after dosing to ensure that this is the case. If the entire dose is not consumed, redose as soon as
possible with the full dose.
May irritate the eyes. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash hands after use. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. (Phone Australia 131 126). If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.
Read product leaflet for full instructions. For use in dogs from 2.8 kg and 8 weeks of age. Credelio Plus should be given with or following food. The safe use of Credelio Plus in breeding males and females has not been evaluated. As with other monthly heartworm preventatives, dogs should be tested for heartworm prior to commencing treatment with Credelio PLUS. The use of Credelio Plus in heartworm positive dogs has not been evaluated. Consult your veterinarian before starting a heartworm prevention program. Lotilaner is part of the isoxazoline family of chemicals. Adverse reactions to this family of chemicals are rarely observed but may include vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, inappetence, itching and very rarely seizures. Most adverse reactions are self-limiting and of short duration. If you have any concerns please speak to your veterinarian.
*Cavalleri D et al. Parasit Vectors 2017;10:521.