Seresto Collar not only repels fleas and ticks but also helps relieve itching caused by these pesky pests. Your furry friend can finally say goodbye to scratching!
While Seresto Collar is generally safe for most pets, a small percentage of animals may experience side effects. Stay informed to ensure your pet's well-being.
Did you know that some pets may develop an allergic reaction to the Seresto Collar? Keep an eye out for symptoms such as redness, swelling, or itching.
Adapting to Change
It's essential to monitor your pet during the initial days of wearing the Seresto Collar. Some animals may require an adjustment period to get used to the collar.
Avoid allowing children or other pets to play with or chew on the Seresto Collar. Ingestion or misuse can lead to adverse effects.
Certain pets with pre-existing sensitivities or underlying health conditions may be more susceptible to side effects from the Seresto Collar. Consult your veterinarian for guidance.
Bald No More
A rare but possible side effect is localized hair loss around the collar area. However, hair typically regrows once the collar is removed.
Keep it Snug
Ensuring the Seresto Collar fits your pet correctly is vital. A loose collar may increase the risk of irritation or discomfort.
Eyes Wide Open
Watch out for signs of eye irritation in pets wearing the Seresto Collar. If you notice redness, discharge, or excessive tearing, consult a veterinarian.
All or Nothing
Never use a Seresto Collar designed for dogs on cats, or vice versa. The formulations are species-specific, and using the wrong collar can lead to adverse effects.