Program for Cats

Program for Cats
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  • PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats in indicated for use in cats, six weeks of age and older, for the control of flea populations.
  • Available Size: Green - 80 mg

 


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PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats in indicated for use in cats, six weeks of age and older, for the control of flea populations.

Lufenuron controls flea populations by preventing the development of flea eggs and does not kill adult fleas. Concurrent use of insecticides may be necessary for adequate control of adult fleas.

Recommended Dosage Schedule
Body Weight Syringe Size Lefenuron Dose
Up to 8.8 lbs (4.0 kg) Small (0.4 ml) 40 mg)
8.9 lbs. to 17.6 lbs (4.1 to 8.0 kg) Large (0.8 ml) 80 mg

Administration: Administer PROGRAM 6 MOnth Injectable for Cats subcutaneously using standard injection technique. Before administration, shake well to thoroughly mix the sterile suspension. Temove the needle guard and subcutaneously inject the entire contents of the syringe. Do not inject intramuscularly. The empty syringe should be disposed of in an approved manner.

To ensure the greatest benefits from the use of PROGRAM 6 Month Injectable for Cats, it is important to treat all cats within a household. All dogs within the household should be treated with lufenuron tablets.

Untreated dogs and cats may develop infestations which could reduce the overall flea control within a household.

Do not administer this product to dogs.

Adverse Reactions: The following adverse reactions were observed in clinical field trials with PROGRAm 6 Month Injectable for Cats: pain on injection, injection site lumps/granulomas, vomiting, listlessness/lethargy and anorexia.

Histologic examination of one cat's injection site lump showed evidence of inflammation surrounding an area of necrosis with marked proliferation of vibrous connective tissue. In another cat, granulamatous in flammation was noted which included non-pleomorphic fibrocytes and fibroplasia.

 


 

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