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What are Seresto Flea and Tick Collars for Dogs and Cats by Bayer?
- Protecting your dog or cat from dangerous and pesky fleas and ticks couldn’t be easier when you choose Seresto – just put it on and you’re done!
- The collar works by releasing low levels of the ingredients over your dog's or cat’s skin for up to 8 months of protection.
Why do cats and dogs use Seresto?
- Seresto collars contain two insecticides, Imidacloprid and Flumethrin, which repel and kill fleas and ticks on contact with no biting required.
- Seresto collars also help control flea larvae and treat sarcoptic mange in dogs.
What else should I know about Seresto?
- For use on cats and kittens 10 weeks of age and older.
- For use on dogs and puppies 7 weeks of age and older.
- Water resistant, odorless, and non-greasy.
- Seresto collars feature a ratchet-release mechanism for custom sizing and come with optional reflector clips.
- Reliable flea and tick protection for up to 8 months.
- Easy to use.
- No monthly reminders or liquids to apply.
- Quick release mechanism in case dog or cat becomes stuck by the collar.
What problems could my dog or cat have with Seresto?
- Collars will need to be replaced more often on dogs that swim or are bathed frequently.
- Do not allow children or animals to play with the collar or place it in their mouth.
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing.
- Flea and tick collars can react with certain medications. Talk to your veterinarian before using Seresto, especially if your dog or cat regularly takes any supplements or drugs.
- Keep the collar in the bag and in the outer packaging until use.
How do you use Seresto?
For all collars:
- One collar per animal to be fastened around the neck.
- Read instructions on proper application of collar.
- Collar should be tightened so that only 2 fingers fit comfortably between the collar and the neck.
- Replace the collar after 8 months for optimal flea and tick protection.
- Wash hands after applying the collar.
What is in Seresto?
- For all collars: Active Ingredients - Flumethrin 4.5%, Imidacloprid 10.0%
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Seresto is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Seresto?
- Dogs and cats may use this product for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.
Who makes Seresto?
- Seresto is made by the manufacturer Bayer Animal Health.
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Most Liked Positive Review
This really works!
I bought one of these for one of my rescued Bulldogs, Bozz. He had brain cancer which would occasionally cause him to have seizures and couldn't take Comfortis. I tried this collar on him and it really worked! We have a huge flea problem here in the Deep South. We don't have a tick problem where I live. Seresto collar worked great on Bozz until he went to the Bridge. Sunshine is now wearing it and I love it! We will be getting one for each of our dogs. It works for eight months and I have not seen a flea on Sunshine and never saw one on Bozz.
Most Liked Negative Review
This product is amazing, however, they should provide a medium. My dog is right at 20 lbs (2 over the recommended weight for small). She is old, so the large actually seems a bit much. Anyway, I mistakenly ordered a small thinking it was a medium. I discovered the error after I had opened the container. I'm now stuck with the wrong dosage. I just hope it works efficiently.
Quick and on time!From UndisclosedComments about Seresto Large Dog over 18lbsPurchased Seresto, which we have used multiple times before. However, will most likely purchase again from VetRX Direct. Ordering was easy.....not to mention.......delivered on time and quick! Thanks Vet RX Direct!
Collars are greatFrom Pittsburgh, PAComments about Seresto Large Dog over 18lbsSeresto collars convenient and last a long time
No ticksFrom Pittsburgh, PAComments about Seresto Large Dog over 18lbsConvenient, easy to use, works.
No ticksFrom UndisclosedComments about Seresto Large Dog over 18lbsConvenient, easy to use, effective
Really recommend it!From UndisclosedComments about Seresto Large Dog over 18lbsLiving in the middle of a wooded area, lots of deer and other wildlife, and we've been using Seresto for years, on Cockers and Boxers, it works really well. Never had fleas and a few ticks that doesn't stick long.
Never a flea - and no tick that survived.From UndisclosedComments about Seresto Large Dog over 18lbsAdvised by vet that this was best for the purpose.
Fights ticks ferociouslyFrom UndisclosedComments about SerestoThe collar seems like it do it's job. Probably better for the dog than an oral anti-tick medication.
I'll definitely buy again!From UndisclosedComments about SerestoUp to 8 months of protection from unwanted critters!
Life SaverFrom UndisclosedComments about SerestoAnswer to prayer! Older cat suffering terribly but very sensitive to all meds. Almost considered letting her go to end her suffering. She has not only been able to tolerate the Soresto collar she is doing amazingly well! Healthy now, happy, coat is beautiful and good appetite too, I am so grateful for this miracle.
Great product to manage fleas and ticksFrom UndisclosedComments about SerestoI use seresto on my dog to manage any fleas. It does a super job and last for at least 8 months coverage. Impressed!! He still gets bathed and it is working.
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Q & A
Can seresto be used with zymox ear medicine??
According to Plumb’s Veterinary Drug Handbook, there is no known data on drug interactions between the active ingredients in Seresto (imidacloprid and flumethrin) and the active ingredient found in most (but not all) Zymox products, hydrocortisone. This does not mean that there are no interactions with the two products, only that there is a lack of data. Please consult with your veterinarian with any further questions or concerns regarding these medications in your pet.Verified Answer
The FDA has serious questions about Seresto flea collars. It certainly seems serious. Has anything changed to make it safer? See: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/investigations/2021/03/02/seresto-dog-cat-collars-found-harm-pets-humans-epa-records-show/4574753001/?
Who's the manufacturer? Bayer??
Bayer is the manufacturer of Seresto Collar for Cats.Verified Answer
My two senior cats have been on Revolution for years. During the day they sit outside on our patio. Other then that, they are indoors. I am finding fleas on them. Since it takes 36 hrs. to kill fleas with Revolution, can I also put a Seresto collar on them to repel the fleas??
my dog is 22 lbs what size collar should I get??
Seresto comes in two sizes for dogs. Large dog is intended for dogs over 18 pounds and small dog is for dogs up to 18 pounds. Speak with your veterinarian to determine if Seresto is the appropriate flea and tick preventative for your pet.Verified Answer
We are using Sentinel Flavor Tabs for our dog 12 months per year, since we are in New York in the summer and Florida in the winter. I have just removed a tick from her. Is the Seresto collar compatible with Sentinel Flavor Tabs??
Sentinel Flavor Tabs are given once a month to prevent and control the infection of heartworm, hookworm, roundworm, and whipworm. They also prevent flea infestation by stopping the growth of flea eggs into adults. Sentinel Flavor Tabs do not contain an ingredient to protect dogs against ticks. The Seresto Collar repels and kills fleas and ticks, kills chewing lice, and controls mange mites. The ingredients in Seresto bind to the natural oils of the skin and hair where they remain and are not absorbed. According to the manufacturer, there are currently no contraindications with prescription medications and Seresto. Please consult with your veterinarian to determine if these products will best suits your pets needs. Thank you, VetRxDirectVerified Answer
Hi. Our Golden Retriever swims 1-2 times a day. Can this collar be easily removed and replaced. Did not want to lose effectiveness of collar by keeping it on while swimming. Thank you?
Seresto contains two active ingredients, Imidacloprid and flumethrin. Imidacloprid kills fleas and flumethrin repels and kills ticks. The collar can be removed and replaced several times, however the manufacturer was reluctant to use the word easily. The collar is water resistant and does not typically need to be removed when your dog swims or is bathed.Removing the collar before swimming or bathing will not make the collar last longer. Whenever you dog gets wet, some of the medication is washed off, this decreases the concentration and the collar releases more medication to get back to the effective concentration. The collar will release medication to replenish what was washed off, this occurs whether it was worn while swimming or not. If swimming or bathing occurs more than once per month, as it does for your dog, the duration is reduced to five months. Talk with your veterinarian to determine if this is the best flea and tick prevention choice for your golden retriever. Thank you, VetRxDirectVerified Answer
DO I NEED A DR. ORDER??
No, this product does not require a prescription. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer
Can cats use seresto and frontline plus simultaneously??
Typically one of these products is used by itself to treat and prevent flea, tick, and lice infestation. There are no studies available with the Seresto collar being used in conjunction with Frontline Plus. Please contact your veterinarian to see if this off-label treatment regimen is appropriate for your pet. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer
my dog is only 4 lbs, do you think the small collar for flea and tick will fit him??
Adriane, It says it will work on dogs and puppies 7 weeks and older and up to 18 pounds. It looks like the collar is adjustable so it should work but you can always contact the manufacturer, Bayer, to be sure. They would be able to tell you for sure if it would fit. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer
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