Why your dog needs VECTRA 3D
One bite is enough. Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes or sand flies can affect your dog as they can transmit dangerous pathogens in only one bite.
VECTRA 3D is a repellent product providing a fast-acting and broad-spectrum protection.
Parasites die when they come into contact with your pet, and before they can bite.
With our unique applicator, you successfully protect your dog by easily reaching your dog's skin.
A single application lasts for 1 month
VECTRA 3D is available in 5 dosing sizes to match your dog's body weight.
Suitable for puppies as young as 7 weeks and above 1.5kg.
This veterinary medicine kills fleas on infested animals and prevents further infestations for one
month. It is effective against the following fleas found on dogs (Ctenocephalides canis and
Ctenocephalides felis). This veterinary medicine also prevents the multiplication of fleas for two
months after use by inhibiting flea egg hatching (ovicidal activity) and by inhibiting the
transformation of immature fleas into adult fleas.
This veterinary medicine kills and repels ticks (Rhipicephalus sanguineus and Ixodes ricinus ticks are controlled for one month; Dermacentor reticulatus ticks are controlled for up to three weeks).
If ticks are present when this veterinary medicine is applied, the ticks may not all be killed within the first 48 hours after use, but they may be killed within a week. To remove ticks, it is recommended to use an appropriate tick removal device.
Sand flies, mosquitoes and stable flies:
The veterinary medicine repels (prevents biting) flying insects such as sand flies (Phlebotomus
perniciosus), mosquitoes (Culex pipiens, Aedes aegypti) and stable flies (Stomoxys calcitrans) for one month after use. It also kills mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) and stable flies for one month after use.
Due to their unique physiology and inability to metabolise permethrin (one of the active substances in this veterinary medicine), this veterinary medicine must not be used on cats. If applied to a cat, or ingested by a cat that actively grooms a recently treated dog, this veterinary medicine may have serious harmful effects.