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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions about BlohNet max

How are BlohNet max drops applied on the animal’s neck?


BlohNet max is applied on the dry, intact skin of cats in the neck area. For dogs, the drug is dripped at the several points of the spinal column according to the dosage indicated in the instructions for use. For small breed dogs, puppies, cats and kittens, the dose is calculated based on the ratio of 3 drops per 1 kg of body weight. Overdose of the drug is not allowed.

When should the neck drops be used, and when BlohNet spray?


If the owner of the animal uses neck drops for his pet and at the same time often travels with the animal to nature or to hunt, the animal is treated with BlohNet spray. The dog is treated just before the ride. The spray protects the animal from tick bites.

In addition to treating the animal with neck drops, it is equally important to treat the places where the pet is kept: booths, bedding, carpets, upholstered furniture. Care items are treated with BlohNet spray. This necessity is caused by peculiarities of the reproduction and development of fleas and ticks.

BlohNet Spray is the first domestic-made spray that contains a substance that kills flea eggs and larvae in the external environment. Spray treatment of places where the animal is kept is important, since fleas are carriers of dangerous infectious diseases, as well as tapeworms. Infection with tapeworms (dipylidiosis) is dangerous for animals and humans. It is necessary to spray both the animal and the place of its keeping.

How many days before vaccination should flea prophylaxis be carried out?


Therapeutic and prophylactic treatment of an animal from parasites before vaccination should be carried out according to the following scheme:

1. Application of BlohNet max neck drops 14-20 days before vaccination;

2. Application of Vermidine drug against the worms 7-10 days before vaccination.

Prophylaxis of parasites is necessary for the animal's body in order to develop immunity to the vaccine. This largely ensures the success of vaccination and the resistance of animals to common dangerous infections.

The animal licks the medication after treatment. Is it dangerous? How can this be prevented?


The fact that the animal licks BlohNet max from the coat is not a problem, even if it is a spray. However, this is undesirable. The animal may still receive a mild toxic effect when licking the drug; when licking, the dose of the applied drug decreases, therefore, the effectiveness of the treatment reduces.

To prevent animals from licking the drug, use protective plastic collars, which are sold in pet stores and veterinary pharmacies. Also use a muzzle. If there is no collar or muzzle, the animal is monitored for 2 hours and not allowed to lick off the drug.

My cat (dog) has an ear mite. How to treat it?


The infection of cats and dogs by an ear mite is called otodectosis. BlohNet max drops and spray are suitable for both flea treatment and otodectosis treatment. The treatment regimen for otodectosis is indicated in the instructions for use of the neck drops and on the label of BlohNet spray.

When treating otodectosis, it is important to follow general preventative rules to prevent re-infection. Do a wet cleaning at home. The cat's places of keeping, as well as carpets and upholstered furniture, should be treated with BlohNet spray to prevent re-infection with an ear mite from the external environment.

To avoid otodectosis infection, regularly treat the cat with BlohNet max neck drops. Such measures help prevent infection with all external parasites, including ear mites.

The diagnosis of demodecosis. How to avoid this dangerous disease?


Demodecosis is when the animal is infected by a subcutaneous tick. It begins to manifest as cheilitis in the animal, coat loss, the appearance of small ulcers and scabs on the paws. Further, the lesion spreads over the entire surface of the skin. If the process is not stopped in time, a generalized form occurs, which ends with the death of the animal.

Treatment of demodecosis is a time-consuming process that requires attention and a competent approach both from the veterinarian and the owner of the animal.

It is possible to avoid itch mites if you regularly carry out preventive treatments on the animal with BlohNet max preparations. The mechanism of action of the drugs is such that the treatment prevents not only bites of flies and ticks for a long term, but also damage caused by subcutaneous and ear itch mites. Preventive treatments should be carried out every two months. Regular prevention allows you to protect yourself and your pet from parasites and prevents the development of dangerous diseases. This saves you time and money for expensive treatment.

Frequently asked questions about IN-AP complex

How often is IN-AP complex used for prevention?


IN-AP complex medication is used once every six weeks and 10 days prior to the vaccination of the animal.

How do IN-AP complex neck drops affect the worms?


The components of IN-AP complex affect the worms from the surface of the skin, penetrate into the blood and lymph and destroy helminths impacting the circulatory system. Then they are secreted by the mucous epithelium in the intestinal lumen, where they destroy parasitic worms. There is an opinion that the penetration of active substances from the surface of the skin into the blood is harmful for the body and the use of IN-AP complex can be dangerous. However, this is not true. The use of IN-AP complex is not more dangerous than the use of oral anthelmintics. Their active components are also absorbed into the blood in various quantities and distributed in all organs and tissues of the body.

IN-AP complex has passed all the necessary efficacy and safety testings before its launch and has an appropriate quality certificate.

General questions

Vaccination is coming soon. How to conduct preventative treatment against parasites prior to vaccination?


Prior to vaccination, it is necessary to free the animal's body from parasites. Depending on the preferences of the pet owner, there are 2 possible schemes of prevention before vaccination.

Scheme 1.

20 days prior to the intended vaccination, the animal is treated against fleas. For this purpose BlohNet max neck drops or BlohNet spray are used. 10 days after treatment against fleas, treatment against helminths is carried out using the drug Vermidine. 10 days after deworming, the pet can be vaccinated.

Scheme 2.

Treatment against fleas and worms is carried out simultaneously with the help of a complex preparation IN-AP complex in the form of neck drops.

One application of IN-AP complex relieves the animal simultaneously from external parasites (fleas, ticks, lice) as well as from round and tape worms. The use of IN-AP complex reduces the time required for prevention before vaccination by two-fold. And it allows you not to resort to the use of oral drugs against worms distressful for the animal and difficult to be used by the owner; its use also reduces the cost of veterinary medicines. IN-AP complex neck drops are applied 10 days prior to vaccination.

Why does my animal have a bad breath?


Bad breath most often occurs, as pieces of food accumulate in the interdental spaces. The smell and dental caries are caused by the process of rotting. It happens when the teeth are loosely adjacent to each other. In this case, the space between the teeth should be flossed. Toothbrushes, toothpastes, mouth odor tablets and other oral care products are also available for the animals.

If the animal has a lesion of the esophagus or stomach, then the smell from the mouth will resemble the smell of rotting meat. With such symptoms, contact your veterinarian urgently.

I was bitten by a dog (a cat). Can I get rabies from this animal? What should I do in cases of animal bite?


Currently, the reservoir of urban rabies is more commonly spread in cats rather than in dogs. Rabies has five forms of manifestation, the most common of them are furious and dumb forms. The symptoms of the furious form are clear, it is not worth describing. In case of a dumb form, animals with a sign of profuse salivation bite a person without any previous aggressive actions.

The most characteristic sign of rabies in an animal is a strong salivation (foam from the mouth). Salivation occurs due to laryngeal spasm and the inability to swallow saliva. Also, signs of rabies can be as follows: atypical behavior, perversion of appetite (attempts to eat inedible objects, for example, stones), complete lack of appetite, hydrophobia, inability to swallow, photophobia, fear of blowing wind and noise. In case of a dumb form, bouts of violence can occur. The virus is highly active at the background of severe exhaustion in an animal. The virus reproduces in the nervous system and affects it completely. The virus is released into the external environment with saliva.

The risk of infection depends on several factors, for example, the presence of nerve tissue in the bite area, the depth of the bite, the severity of bleeding and some others. When the wound is covered with saliva, infection is theoretically possible if saliva gets into the interdigital area of the hands.

If you are bitten or scratched by a dog (cat) with suspected rabies or if you contacted with their saliva, immediately contact a medical institution for consultation and examination by an appropriate specialist. When you visit the doctor, describe in detail the situation that happened and the symptoms that were present in the animal that has bitten or licked you. It is necessary to treat the wound with antiseptics. Abundant washing with antiseptic solutions is recommended. If the dog (cat) was with the owner, it is necessary to clarify the presence of rabies vaccination. Information about vaccinations must be present in the veterinary passport and it must be certified with the seal of the clinic. The validity of the vaccination is 1 year.

Proceedings concerning biting, scratching, and a contact with saliva of someone's animal are regulated by civil law. When the bags or trousers contact with saliva, it is necessary to treat the place of contact with saliva with an antiseptic. The virus itself dies when saliva dries out.

Can a dog (cat) be fed with porridge? How to feed the pets properly?


Dogs and cats are predators. Their main diet is meat. Feeding pets with porridge is pointless, as it will not benefit the animal. A cat or a dog can be full, for example, with 200 grams of meat as well as with a full bowl of porridge. Cereals are added to the diet in a proportion of up to 30%. Boiled vegetables are also useful in the diet. You can not feed the animal with sweets, spicy, salty food, sausage products. It is unacceptable to feed the pets with any kinds of bones, as they cause a lot of pathologies in the digestive system. With proper feeding and prevention of infection with fleas, worms and infections, you will preserve the health of a dog or cat for a long time.

Is it possible to use human worm medications in animals?


Only a veterinarian prescribes medicines to animals. There are some groups of drugs for humans that are not suitable for animals under any circumstances, for example, anthelmintic drugs.

A common mistake is the use of human anthelmintic drugs in animals. These are ineffective measures that lead to poisoning of animals from overdose. We produce an effective drug against worms with a wide spectrum of action called Vermidine which targets precisely those species of worms that parasitize in animals.

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