Merck Animal Health’s Bravecto Receives the US FDA’s Approval to Treat Asian Long-Horned Ticks in Dogs
- The company has expanded the indication for Bravecto Chews to include the treatment & control of Asian long-horned ticks in dogs
- Through the US FDA approval, Merck has been able to extend its Bravecto product portfolio to provide a broad-spectrum comprehensive line of parasite protection products delivering immediate & persistent killing activity in dogs
- Bravecto (112.5, 250, 500, 1000 & 1400 mg fluralaner/chew) is a chewable tablet indicated for the treatment & prevention of flea infestations, treatment & control of Amblyomma americanum infestations (for 8wks.), tick infestations, Dermacentor variabilis, Rhipicephalus sanguineus & Haemaphysalis longicornis (for 12wks.)
Ref: Businesswire | Image: Merck
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