Vlo Kill kills fleas on dogs and cats. The tablet starts to work within 15 minutes and in 6 hours almost all fleas on the animal are dead. Vlo Kill works 24 hours and may then be repeated. Suitable for dogs and cats from 4 weeks. Can be safely combined with other flea products. In case of a flea infestation, also combine with an environmental spray such as Indoor-X.
Type of animal
Very Young, Young, Adult, Senior
Fleas (Ctenocephalides Felis) on dogs and cats. Vlo Kill kills quickly fleas on dogs and cats. The tablet starts to work within 15 minutes. Efficacy becomes within the first 6 hours after administration 95-100% and 100% efficacy is reached within 24 hours without residual activity. Vlo Kill works 24 hours and may then be repeated. Vlo Kill + has no persistent efficacy. To prevent reinfection, suitable preventive treatment is recommended. Also it is necessary to combat immature stages of the flea in the environment.
Do not use in animals less than 4 weeks of age. Vlo Kill 11.4 mg: do not use in animal weighing less than 1 kg. Vlo Kill 57 mg: do not use in animal weighing less than 11 kg.
Read the instructions and packaging before use. When a flea infestation is shown:
Cats and small dog up to 11 kg: Vlo Kill 11.4 mg tablets for cats and small dogs. Dog 11-57 kg: Vlo Kill 57 mg tablets for large dogs.
The treatment frequency depends on the degree of flea infection. In the event of a serious flea infestation, it may be necessary to treat the animal each day or each other day until the flea infestation is under control. Treatment can be resumed when the fleas return. There should not be more than one treatment per day. The tablets should be administered orally, with or without food. To improve the consumption of the tablets the tablets can be clogged just before administration in a small amount of food.
Active ingredients per tablet: Vlo Kill 11.4 mg cats and small dog up to 11 kg tablets: Nitenpyram 11.4 mg Vlo Kill 57 mg dog 11-57 kg tablets: Nitenpyram 57 mg
During the first hour after administration scratching can be more than normal. This effect is the result of fleas that respond to the product. In rare cases this can manifest itself in cats with transient symptoms of hyperactivity. Nitenpyram is very good accepted by dogs and cats. Overdoses up to 50 mg/kg in the cat and up to 70 mg/kg in the dog went without symptoms.
Nitenpyram can be administered during pregnancy and lactation. Can be safely combined with other flea products.
The information presented here is a summary of the information leaflet. Consult the full product information leaflet before use.