THE RIGHT TIME TO TREAT YOUR CAT:
Cats can pick up fleas, ticks and worms throughout the year, becoming re-infested whenever they are exposed to a contaminated environment. Your cat’s risk of exposure depends on his/her lifestyle, the time of year and the presence of other cats. Your vet knows your cat and will advise you on the right timing and advice on a worming schedule to suit your cat’s lifestyle as well as the risk of different parasites.-
WHICH PARASITES DOES BROADLINE PROTECT AGAINST?
A single treatment will protect your cat against fleas and ticks for up to 1 month. It will also treat roundworms, tapeworms and bladderworm.-
WHAT HAPPENS IF MY CAT LICKS THE APPLICATION SPOT BEFORE IT HAS DRIED?
BROADLINE is designed for external use on cats and the active ingredients are normally well-tolerated. The most common symptom after ingesting the product is salivation that should resolve in a few hours. If your cat shows any symtoms that cause you concern, please call your vet immediately.-
HOW OFTEN CAN I APPLY BROADLINE TO MY CAT?
The minimum treatment interval is monthly, however your vet will have prescribed use at specific times depending on your cat’s risk of infestation and this should be followed.-
WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FLEA CONTROL?
BROADLINE contains 2 ingredients that fight fleas. One kills adult fleas about 24 hours after they have jumped on, while the second ingredient sterilises any eggs that are laid by the fleas, helping to protect your home from infestation. If there are flea eggs and larvae in the home before starting treatment. It can take up to 3 months of monthly treatment before this starts to resolve.