Fleas be gone! Comfortis for Dogs & Cats is ready for battle! In fact, it starts killing fleas before they lay eggs, and provides a complete month of protection to help prevent future flea infestations! Comfortis comes in a tasty beef-flavored and chewable tablet. Your vet will supply you with the accurate dosage of Comfortis for Dogs, which can be given safely to dogs, puppies, cats and kittens 14 weeks and older. Because your pet chews Comfortis, there is no need for separation from other pets or family members after treatment. Your pup or kitty is ready to play right away! And Comfortis can't be washed, rubbed, or shaken off when your pet takes a bath or a swim! Finally, Comfortis for Dogs & Cats won't stain your carpeting, upholstery or clothing. Now that’s a family-friendly flea fighter!
Do I need a prescription to purchase this product? Yes.
What is the main flea killing ingredient (active ingredient)? Spinosad.
What are the flea sterilizing or additional ingredients? None.
Intended Use: Dogs and Cats.
What is the youngest age I can use this on my pet? At least 14 weeks.
What is the weight requirements for use? At least 5 lbs.
Can I use on my pregnant or lactating (nursing) pet? Manufacturer recommends against use but not specifically labeled against use during this period.
Is this Waterproof or Water Resistant?: N/A.
How long before it starts to work? Starts killing fleas in 30 minutes.
How long until maximum effectiveness is reached? 100% fleas dead in 4 hours.
What other parasites does this kill, control, or repel? None. Does NOT treat/repel ticks.
How often should I apply or administer? Monthly.
How is it administered (Topically, orally, or other)? Oral (chewable, beef flavored).
Directions for Use:
- No need to isolate pet
- No staining residue
- Good for pets that swim or bathe frequently
- NOT INTENDED FOR TREATMENT OF TICKS
Use the following as general guidelines for administering Comfortis. Ask your veterinarian about your pet's specific needs.
1. Administer monthly.
2. For best results, administer year-round without interruption.
3. Administer with food for maximum effectiveness.
4. Administer the correct dose as prescribed by your veterinarian.
5. If you miss a dose, give Comfortis immediately and resume regular monthly dosing.Possible Side Effects:
Comfortis is generally well tolerated, but side effects that can occur while using Comfortis includes vomiting. If your dog vomits within one hour of administration of this product, administer another full dose. Other side effects are also possible, including decreased appetite, lethargy, diarrhea, cough, increased thrist, vocalization, increased appetite, redness of the skin, hyperactivity, or excessive salivation. Continue administering Comfortis and speak with veterinarian about any changes in your pet.Drug Interactions:
Speak with your veterianrian about any other medication prescribed to your dog before beginning Comfortis.