PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars

PetVet GmbH

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PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars
Plastic collar (60 cm) for dogs to ward off fleas, ticks and other pests.

Pack size: 1 pc 

Dosage form: collar

PHA SchutzBand repels fleas and ticks on the animal and prevents a new infestation for up to 3 months. The active ingredients margosa and geraniol contained in PHA SchutzBand spread rapidly over the entire surface of the body, are stored in the skin and then continuously released.

✔ Provides permanent protection for up to 3 months against new infestations with fleas, ticks and other
pests
✔ Also protects against mosquitoes ✔ Also suitable for use on young animals from 16 weeks
✔ Contains margosa and geraniol

PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars Dosage and use
Loosely attach the PHA protective tape to the dog's neck and cut off the excess length if necessary. The tape takes effect within 24-48 hours. It also works when it is wet. In order to maintain the full effect of the PHA protective tape, the tape should be worn constantly. If necessary, the tape can be renewed. However, it should be replaced after 3 months at the latest.

Provides permanent protection for up to 3 months against new infestation with fleas, ticks and other pests
Also protects against mosquitoes Also suitable for use on young animals from 16 weeks of age
Contains margosa and geraniol

PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars TIP:
In the event of severe flea infestation, the dog's immediate vicinity should also be treated with a suitable biocide (e.g. PHA ambient spray).

PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars Notes:
Use biocidal products carefully. Always read the label and product information before use.

PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars Safety
instructions : Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use.

For PHA protective tape for dogs, dog collars information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your veterinarian or pharmacist.