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22 New Year, New You Pets


Tick off your New Year pet health resolutions


As we draw up our resolutions to get healthier in 2021, one of the easiest ways to enhance our pets’ health is through flea and tick protection


Promotional Content • Saturday 9th January 2021


odd dose of your pet’s routine treat- ment or skipping it completely. If this sounds like you, it’s time to revisit your pet’s flea and tick control treatment. Tat’s because if your dog or cat is


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unprotected when they go exploring, they could easily become a tasty blood meal for fleas and ticks. Not only are these parasites an irritating nuisance for pets, such as when fleas set up an infestation in your home, but they can


our good intentions may have fallen by the wayside. Perhaps you’re guilty of forgetting the


also transmit serious diseases such as Lyme disease via ticks, poten- tially making your pet very unwell and putting play- time on pause. So, as we draw up our


New Year’s resolutions for 2021, why not pledge to keep your dog or cat protected from fleas and ticks year-round? Te good news is there


Don’t let


suit your lifestyle as well as your pet’s preferences. If you find it hard to treat


fleas or ticks spoil the fun, with


Seresto your dog or cat can run around with seven to eight months of protection.


are plenty of products out there on the market to choose from to


your cat or dog, it may be time to try a different format. For example, while tablets are an effective method of protection,


some dogs


and cats don’t accept them easily and can even detect tablets when they’re buried in their dinner.


At the same time, some flea and tick


treatments can be messy or smelly, putting you off using them on your bundle of fluff. Flea and tick treatments also vary


in terms of the frequency with which pets need to be treated. Whether the product you use must be applied monthly or even less frequently, treat- ments can be missed easily and any gap in your pet’s protection puts them at risk of fleas and ticks. Seresto Flea and Tick Control collar


offers an alternative that makes flea and tick control a walk in the park.


Simply put the collar on your pet and the clinically proven active ingredients start working within 48 hours to kill fleas and actively repel and kill ticks, giving your pet seven to eight months of protection in one application. Seresto uses special technology


that continuously releases the active ingredients in low doses across your pet’s skin and coat, for clinically proven protection from fleas and ticks. It’s vet-recommended, and there’s no mess, no smell and no need to remember monthly treatments.


“Seresto Flea and Tick Control collar offers an alternative that makes flea and tick control a walk in the park. Simply put the collar on your pet and the clinically proven active ingredients start working within 48 hours”


USE MEDICINES RESPONSIBLY. SERESTO FLEA AND TICK CONTROL COLLAR CONTAINS IMIDACLOPRID AND FLUMETHRIN (NFA-VPS). FURTHER INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE FROM THE DATASHEET AT WWW.NOAHCOMPENDIUM.CO.UK OR ON REQUEST. THE BAYER CROSS IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF BAYER AG. SERESTO, ELANCO AND THE DIAGONAL BAR LOGO ARE TRADEMARKS OF ELANCO OR ITS AFFILIATES. ELANCO UK AH LTD., FORM 2, BARTLEY WOOD BUSINESS PARK, BARTLEY WAY, HOOK, RG27 9XA. TEL. 01256 353131. PM-UK-20-1016


Available from your vet, Pets at Home and online from official retailers at seresto.co.uk


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