N4P Fipronil Transdermal Solution Dogs Cats Dewormer
Selected high purity raw material
Modern processing workshop
Strictly quality control
Suitable for dogs and cats
For external use only
N4P Fipronil Transdermal Solution is a broad-spectrum antiparasitic medication for eliminating internal and external parasites in dogs and cats. Containing fipronil, this transdermal dewormer works by disrupting the central nervous system of parasites leading to death. Applied topically for minimal impact on liver and kidneys. Accumulates in the sebaceous glands and hair follicles, then spreads over the skin surface. Produced under strict quality controls using advanced processes for safety and effectiveness.
|Application Scenes||For control and treatment of gastrointestinal nematodes, fleas, ticks and other common internal/external parasites in dogs and cats|
|Main Features||Contains fipronil to eliminate parasites by blocking chloride channels in nerve cells. Transdermal solution applied to the skin, then absorbs into the sebaceous glands and hair follicles for systemic circulation. Broad-spectrum activity against nematodes, fleas, ticks, lice and other parasites. Waterproof formula in different volumes for easy dosing based on pet size. For monthly use and less frequent deworming|
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|MOQ||N4P PRODUCTS: 1000 Pcs. Mixed pallet or container accepted.|
CUSTOM ORDERS: 2000 Pcs per specification and flavor.
Apply entire vial as a single treatment. Do not administer orally. Part hair and apply solution directly to skin on back of neck. Use according to the usage and dosage on the product label. Reapply after 30 days. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
Use for routine deworming and control of common parasites. Monthly application helps ensure compliance and prevent re-infestation between treatments. Suitable for multi-pet households. May be used under vet guidance along with medications for heavy parasite loads. Apply gloves if skin sensitivity occurs.
For animal use only. Do not use in puppies under 8 weeks of age or kittens under 12 weeks of age. Flammable – keep away from heat and flame. May irritate skin and eyes. Oral exposure may lead to hypersalivation, tremors or lethargy. Discontinue use if symptoms persist or worsen. Provide supportive care. Do not use in breeding or pregnant animals except under vet supervision. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Q: What is the difference between fipronil and abamectin?
A: The mechanism of action of abamectin needs to enter the blood circulation of pets and then metabolize through liver and kidney, while fipronil is mainly stored in sebaceous glands through oil diffusion, which has less impact on the burden of liver and kidney.
Q: Is fipronil safe to use with other medications?
A: Fipronil should not be used along with certain seizure medications, as it may increase the risk of neurotoxic side effects. Always check with your vet before using fipronil treatment along with any other medications. When used properly and as directed for routine parasite control in otherwise healthy dogs and cats, fipronil is generally safe with most medications but the veterinarian should always be consulted regarding possible interactions.
Q: How long do I have to avoid swimming/bathing after applying this product?
A: It is best to avoid swimming, bathing or shampooing dogs and cats for 24 hours after applying N4P Fipronil Transdermal Solution. This allows adequate time for the solution to disperse from application site into deeper tissues, where fipronil accumulates and continues working for up to one month. Bathing or water exposure too soon after application could dilute the product and reduce effectiveness. Monthly re-application helps ensure appropriate fipronil levels for control and prevention.