Program Plus for dogs is an effective flea infestation treatment that is given to dogs on a monthly basis. The tablets, given orally, circulate in your dog's bloodstream, which is transmitted to the fleas killing its eggs, meaning that the whole flea lifecycle is broken.
Manufactured by Novartis Animal Health, Program Plus' active ingredient, Lufenuron and Milbemycin Oxime, is a long-term and very effective flea control treatment for your dog as well as its surrounding environment. Milbemycin Oxime is effective against Dirofilaria Immitis, as well as larval and adult stages of nematodes.
Program Plus for dogs should be given orally, preferably with with its meal. Coming in different pack sizes (red/green/yellow/white), Program Plus for dogs also prevents heartworm disease, hookworms, roundworms and whipworms, making it a multi-purpose medication to keep your dog in tip-top health.
Program Plus tablets for dogs are an extremely effective treatment for pesky fleas, which are not only annoying for both dogs and humans but also dangerous, as they can transmit other diseases to dogs.
The treatment will destroy fleas by killing their eggs on your dog, preventing further infestation from fleas and ticks.
In addition, Program Plus for dogs will also prevent heartworm disease, which are transmitted to your dog from an infected mosquito, which serves as the host for the larval stage of the worm, known as the microfilariae.
Other gastrointestinal worms and parasites are also treated with Program Plus, including roundworm, hookworm and whipworm.
Program Plus for dogs keeps your dog free of fleas, as well as providing effective treatment against heartworm, hookworm, roundworm and whipworm, making it an ideal medication for your dog. To administer Program Plus, follow the steps below:
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Program Plus tablets are administered for the prevention of fleas, concurrent prevention of heartworm disease and/or treatment of adult stages of gastrointestinal nematodes such as hookworms, roundworm) and whipworms in dogs
In locations considered high risk of heartworm, it is important that a veterinary consultation is carried out on your dog before starting a course of Program Plus. This is necessary in order to exclude the presence of Dirofilaia Immitis, which will require adulticidal therapy before administering Program Plus treatment.
Serious side effects are very rare with Program Plus, but less severe side effects may include transitory hypersensitivity reactions, including labored breathing, excess salivation, vomiting and palce mucous membranes. However, these side effects are caused by the release of proteins from dead fleas, and not as a direct toxic effect of Program Plus.
Program Plus is safe to use on pregnant dogs - neither foetal or neonatal toxicity has been noted for either lufenuron or milbemycine oxime on dogs.
Program Plus should be administered to animals only, and following use any spare tablets or trash from the product should be disposed of in a safe manner.
Keep this treatment out of the reach and sight of children and other household pets. Store Program Plus in temperatures below 25°C.
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