Bolfo Gold Cat Flea Drops
Bolfo Gold Cat Flea Drops
Bolfo Gold is a revolutionary flea remedy. The active ingredient imidacloprid kills the fleas on your cat immediately and protects against new infestations for 4 weeks. Bolfo Gold is safe for your pet, is easy to apply to the skin and spreads quickly over the entire animal.
When to use
For the prevention and treatment of fleas in cats less than 4 kg body weight. For cats of 4 kg body weight and more, use Bolfo Gold flea drops cat 80. Fleas present on the cat are killed within one day after administration. A single treatment protects against the development of a flea population for 4 weeks. The product can be used as part of the control strategy against flea allergy dermatitis.
Not for use in unweaned kittens less than 8 weeks old
Method of administration
Take a tube from the package. Hold the tube upright, twist and remove the cap. Replace the cap upside down, twist to break the seal and remove the cap.
Part the hairs on the cat's neck at the base of the skull until the skin is exposed.
Place the open side of the tube on the skin and squeeze the tube firmly several times to empty the contents directly onto the skin.
Apply only to undamaged skin. Do not allow recently treated animals to lick each other.
The product has a bitter taste and drooling can sometimes occur if the cat licks the application site immediately after treatment. This is not an intoxication phenomenon and disappears without treatment within a few minutes. Proper administration minimizes the opportunity for the cat to lick the product.
- Wash hands thoroughly after use.
- Wash any skin contamination with soap and water.
- People with known skin sensitization may be particularly sensitive to this product.
- Avoid contact of the product with the eyes or mouth.
- If the product accidentally gets into the eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. If skin or eye irritation persists or if product is accidentally swallowed, seek medical supervision.
- Do not eat, drink or smoke during administration.
Care should be taken that the contents of the tube do not come into contact with the eyes or mouth of the animal to be treated. Do not allow recently treated animals to lick each other.
No primary embryotoxic, teratogenic or reprotoxic effects were observed in the rat and rabbit studies with imidacloprid. The studies on pregnant and lactating bitches together with their offspring are limited. The evidence to date suggests that no side effects are to be expected in these animals.
No interactions were observed after administration of double the recommended dose of this product and commonly used veterinary medicinal products based on fenthion, lufenuron, milbemycin, febantel, pyrantel or praziquantel. Compatibility of the product has also been demonstrated with a wide range of routine treatments under field conditions, including vaccination.