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Bravecto Spot On for Dogs (5 Sizes)


Bravecto Spot-On is an innovative medication for dogs with fleas and ticks. In dogs, it efficiently treats flea and tick infestations and controls potential infestations. Within 8 hours, the topical solution begins to kill fleas and provides continuous protection for 6 months against fleas and flea infestations. It has a systemic tick-acaricide effect and offers 6 months of sustained killing activity against paralysis ticks. The topical remedy works for 12 full weeks against Brown Dog ticks. Bravecto spot-on can be used as part of a flea-allergy dermatitis prevention care plan. For puppies over 8 weeks of age and at least 2 kg, it is safe to use. The topical treatment of Bravecto is appropriate for use in raising, pregnant, and lactating dogs.

How does it work?

As its active ingredient, Bravecto Spot-On contains Fluralaner. The ingredient is highly active against ticks and fleas. It is very successful against the target parasites. By acting belligerently on ligand-gated chloride channels (GABA-receptor and glutamate-receptor), Fluralaner is effective in inhibiting parts of the nervous system of the parasite. Thus, fleas and ticks are destroyed. Before they lay eggs, Bravecto kills the newly emerging fleas. It splits the life cycle of fleas and controls further infestations. The spot-on is simple to use and provides a large safety range.

  • Rest easier with 6 months protection from fleas and paralysis ticks in one Spot-on
  • Our TWIST´N´USEtube makes it quick and easy to apply
  • Give your dog nose-to-toes protection wherever they go


  • Eliminates fleas within 8 hours of administration
  • Effectively kills newly emerged fleas
  • Provides persistent flea protection up to 24 weeks
  • Controls flea population in the surrounding areas
  • Provides long lasting efficacy
  • Breaks flea life cycle and further controls flea infestations
  • Safe for all breeds of dogs

Beat fleas reliably 6 months at a time

Delivering fast protection that lasts. A single treatment with Bravecto Spot-on gives your dog effective cover for a full 6 months and controls Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD).

Protect against the threat of paralysis ticks for 6 months

Give your dog protection from the single most dangerous tick for canines in Australia. Bravecto Spot-on for Dogs is 100% effective against paralysis ticks within the critical 72 hour period following tick attachment for both new and pre-existing tick infestations.

Enjoy simple and convenient application

Our TWIST´N´USEtube makes it easy and hassle-free to apply Bravecto Spot-on, without fuss for you or your dog. It also provides a great alternative for dogs that don’t like tablets, or where longer lasting protection is required.

Bravecto can be used on puppies from 8 weeks of age, weighing at least 2 kg

Enjoy peace of mind knowing that once your puppy is old enough to enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle, they’ll be protected from the risks of fleas and paralysis ticks.

Extensively tested and continually monitored

With comprehensive clinical research, Bravecto has been proven safe for use in breeding, pregnant and lactating dogs as well as puppies over 8 weeks of age weighing at least 2 kg.

Global safety monitoring of Bravecto use continues to provide additional compelling evidence of the safety of the product.


Peak fluralaner concentrations are achieved between 7 and 42 days following topical administration and the elimination half-life ranges between 14 and 29 days. The bioavailability of fluralaner following oral and topical administration is approximately 25 %.


Fluralaner is an acaricide and insecticide. It is efficacious against ticks, fleas and mites.

Fluralaner is for systemic use and belongs to the class of isoxazoline-substituted benzamide derivatives.

Fluralaner is an inhibitor of parts of the arthropod nervous system. The mode of action of fluralaner is the antagonism of the ligand-gated chloride channels (gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-receptor and glutamate-receptor).


Bravecto contains fluralaner.

Guaranteed Analysis

Each 1 mℓ ofBravecto®Spot-Oncontains 280 mg fluralaner.

Each pipette delivers:

Miniature dogs: 112,5 mg fluralaner Small cats: 112,5 mg fluralaner
Small dogs: 250 mg fluralaner Medium cats: 250 mg fluralaner
Medium dogs: 500 mg fluralaner Large cats: 500 mg fluralaner
Large dogs: 1 000 mg fluralaner
Extra-large dogs: 1 400 mg fluralaner



Bravecto®Spot-Onshould be administered in accordance with the following table (corresponding to a dose of between 25 and 56 mg fluralaner/kg body weight in dogs and between 40 and 94 mg fluralaner/kg body weight in cats within one weight band):

Weight of dog/cat (kg) Pipette size to be used Volume (mℓ) Fluralaner (mg)
2 - 4,5 Miniature dogs 0,4 112,5
> 4,5 - 10 Small dogs 0,89 250
> 10 - 20 Medium dogs 1,79 500
> 20 - 40 Large dogs 3,57 1 000
> 40 - 56 Extra-large dogs 5,0 1 400
> 56 The appropriate combination of pipettes should be used.
1,2 - 2,8 Small cats 0,4 112,5
> 2,8 - 6,25 Medium cats 0,89 250
> 6,25 - 12,5 Large cats 1,79 500

For optimal control of tick infestation,Bravecto®Spot-Onshould be administered every 3 months for cats and every 4 months for dogs.

For optimal control of flea infestation,Bravecto®Spot-Onshould be administered every 3 months for cats and every 6 months for dogs. Within each weight range a whole pipette must be used.

For dogs weighing more than 56 kg, use a combination of 2 pipettes that most closely matches the body weight.

For cats weighing more than 12,5 kg, use a combination of 2 pipettes that most closely matches the body weight.

Method of administration

Step 1:

Immediately before use, open the sachet and remove the pipette. The pipette should be held by the upper part of the tail base (crimped end) or by the upper rigid portion below the cap in an upright position (tip up) before opening it. The cap should be rotated clockwise or counter clockwise one full turn. The cap will stay on the pipette; it should not be removed. The pipette is open and ready for application when the breaking of the seal is felt.

Step 2:

The dog should be standing or lying with its back horizontally during application. Part the fur at the administration site. Place the pipette tip vertically against the skin between the shoulder blades of the dog or pipette tip on the base of the skull of the cat.

Step 3:

Squeeze the pipette gently and apply the entire contents directly to the dog’s skin in one (when volume is small) or several spots along the dog’s dorsal line from the shoulder to the base of the tail. It should be avoided to apply an excessive amount of solution at any one spot that could cause some of the solution to run or drip off the dog.


  • Should be administered topically.
  • Remove the pipette from the pack.
  • Break open the seal for application.
  • The dog should be in a standing position.
  • Part the fur between the shoulder blades of the dog to make the skin visible.
  • Place the tip of the pipette vertically against the visible skin spot.
  • Squeeze the pipette gently and apply the entire contents directly to the dog’s skin in one or several spots.
  • Repeat treatment at an interval of 6 months.


Store at or below 30 °C in a cool, dry place.