Bravecto for Small Dogs 9.9-22lbs (Orange) (1 Chews)

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Bravecto Chewable Flea & Tick For Dogs

A more potent flea and tick treatment – Bravecto is a pleasant chewable that works 12 full weeks to protect dogs from fleas and ticks just in a single dose. Convenient for pet owners to administer and a special treat for canines, Bravecto is a broad-spectrum treatment for parasites. With a formula to control flea allergy dermatitis, this oral product consistently works for 12 weeks.

This 12 week killing agent is a powerful protection against a range of parasites as it kills cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) along with black-legged tick (Ixodes scapularis), American dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis), and brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus). Bravecto is also capable of treating and controlling existing flea and tick infestations.

Bravecto is a record-breaking flea and tick control product from Merck. This innovative solution offers pet parents and veterinarians a full proof control over fleas and ticks on their pets for full 12 weeks. This oral treatment kills fleas effectively, controls flea infestation and kills ticks (black-legged tick, American dog tick and Brown dog tick). For complete control of lone star tick, a regular dosage of Bravecto every 8 weeks is necessary.

This high potent chew controls flea infestation and tick infestation. The key ingredient in Bravecto acts instantly, and protects dogs from external parasites. This 12-week oral homogenous treatment duration lessens gaps in protection that may occur with monthly preventive treatments.


MSD Animal Health
  • Bravecto is a broad spectrum and long lasting effective oral treatment against fleas and ticks.
  • It is a fast action remedy and starts killing fleas speedily.
  • This oral dosage’s immediate and persistent flea and tick killing activity lasts for 12 weeks.
  • Apart from destroying fleas, Bravecto is effectual in controlling various species of ticks including black-legged tick, American dog tick and brown dog tick.
  • For consistent control of lone star ticks in dogs, Bravecto need to be administered at the gap of every 8 weeks.
  • Highly dependable product for killing fleas and ticks as it reduces protection gaps that arise with monthly treatments.
  • This effective flea and tick control product is safe in breeding, pregnant and lactating dogs.
  • Administer Bravecto chewables orally as a single dose every 12 weeks according to the dosage schedule checking the weight of your dog.
  • The dosage starts with a minimum dose of 11.4 mg/lb (25 mg/kg) body weight.
  • Administer this tablet along with food.
  • You can start Bravecto treatment at any time of the year and can continue it for the whole year without any interruption.  
  • For growing puppies, administer Bravecto at 6 months of age or above and weighing at least 4.4 lbs.
  • In case of potential exposure of your pet to lone star ticks, provide dosage of Bravecto every 8 weeks.


Administer Bravecto according to the following dosage table.

Body Weight Ranges (lb)

Fluralaner Content (mg)

Chews Administered

4.4 – 9.9



>9.9 – 22.0



>22.0 – 44.0



>44.0 – 88.0



>88.0 – 123.0*



*For dogs over 123.0 lb should be administered the appropriate combination of chews

  • Bravecto is strictly recommended for veterinary use only, not for human use.
  • Keep the product in the pack only after use to prevent children from getting direct access to the product.
  • Keep it out of reach of pet animals.
  • Take care not to eat, drink or smoke while administering the product.
  • After treatment, immediately wash the hands with soap and water.
  • Store at controlled room temperature of 59-86° F (15-30° C).


  • It is a veterinary prescribed treatment only.
  • Bravecto does not treat Amblyomma americanum ticks (lone star ticks) beyond 8 weeks after dosing.


  • Some dogs may experience adverse reaction due to Bravecto.
  • In case of a dog suffers from vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, decreased appetite, flatulence, or polydipsia, contact a vet immediately.