omfortis Plus is a monthly, chewable tablet for dogs that; treats, prevents and controls fleas, controls flea allergy dermatitis, prevents heartworm disease, and treats and controls adult hookworm, roundworm and whipworm infections. Comfortis Plus combines two trusted active ingredients to provide protection for your dog against these potentially dangerous parasites.
Convenience. Proven effectiveness.
All in one chewable tablet.
Benefits of Comfortis Plus :
Kills fleas, treats and prevents infestations
Controls flea allergy dermatitis
Prevents heartworm disease
Treats and controls intestinal parasite infections (adult hookworm, roundworm, whipworm)
One easy-to-administer chewable tablet
With Comfortis Plus, you can play with your dog immediately after treatment. There is no need to isolate your pet. Just treat and play!
Comfortis Plus is an ideal choice for:
Dog owners who dislike mess and inconvenience
Households with children or other pets
Dogs that swim or are washed frequently
Dogs with dermatological (skin) conditions requiring topical therapy
Panoramis tablets are given orally, once a month. The recommended minimum dose is spinosad 30 mg/kg bodyweight and milbemycin oxime 0.5 mg/kg.Recommended dose. Dogs 2.3 to 4.5 kg bodyweight. 1 tablet (spinosad 140 mg, milbemycin oxime 2.3 mg). 4.6 to 9 kg. 1 tablet (spinosad 270 mg, milbemycin oxime 4.5 mg). 9.1 to 18 kg. 1 tablet (spinosad 560 mg, milbemycin oxime 9.3 mg). 18.1 to 27 kg. 1 tablet (spinosad 810 mg, milbemycin oxime 13.5 mg). 27.1 to 54 kg. 1 tablet (spinosad 1620 mg, milbemycin oxime 27 mg). > 54 kg. Administer the appropriate combination of tablets.Administer with food for maximum effectiveness; may be consumed as a treat just prior to feeding, offered in food or in conjunction with a meal. To ensure that the entire dose is consumed, watch the dog for several minutes following tablet administration. If the full dose is not consumed, redose as soon as possible with the full dose.Panoramis should be administered at monthly intervals, preferably on the same date each month. If a dose is missed and the monthly interval between doses is exceeded by less than 14 days, immediate administration of Panoramis with food and resumption of a monthly dosing schedule will minimise the opportunity for the development of adult heartworms, intestinal worms and reinfestation by fleas.Treatment may begin at any time of the year, preferably starting one month before fleas and/or mosquitoes become active and continuing monthly to the end of flea and mosquito season. In areas where fleas or mosquitoes are common year round, monthly treatment with Panoramis should continue the entire year without interruption. When replacing another monthly heartworm preventive product, the first dose of Panoramis must be given within one month of the last dose of the previous monthly medication.
Panoramis should not be administered to puppies less than 8 weeks of age. Puppies less than 14 weeks of age may experience an increased rate of vomiting. Seek veterinary advice regarding the use of Panoramis in pregnant and lactating females and dogs with pre-existing epilepsy. The safe use of Panoramis in breeding males has not been evaluated. Concurrent use of Panoramis with high extralabel doses of ivermectin for parasitic mange or demodicosis may be associated with an increased risk of neurological signs typically associated with ivermectin toxicity. Panoramis should not be administered concurrently with extralabel high doses of macrocyclic lactones.The use of Panoramis in dogs suffering from microfilaraemia is not recommended. On rare occasions, transient shock-like (hypersensitivity) reactions have been observed in heartworm positive animals carrying a high number of microfilariae at the time of the first treatment with milbemycin oxime. Dogs with an existing adult D. immitis heartworm infection should be treated with an adulticide prior to commencement of Panoramis.First Aid If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.