SALE Out Of Stock Simparica Purple Extra Small

Active Constituents: 10mg Sarolaner

Expiry: January 2025

Extra Small Dog 2.6-5kg (5.6- 11lb) 

  • Keep your pets free from flea infestations and control of ticks, ear mites, demodex mites and sarcoptic mange.
  • Kills fleas within four to eight hours of treatment
  • Breaks the flea life cycle by killing adult fleas before they can lay eggs - No risk of further environmental infestation
  • A treatment strategy for the control of Flea Allergy Dermatitis. Persistent flea killing activity and protection for a full month
  • Treats and controls paralysis ticks, brown dog ticks and bush ticks, killing activity and protection for a full month
  • Safe for puppies from 8 weeks of age and weighing over 1.3 kg
  • Simparica should be administered monthly

In tick season, daily searching for, and removal of, any ticks found is recommended

Chews should not be divided into smaller portions – select an appropriate chew size for the dogs body weight.




For Extra Small Dog 2.6-5kg (5.6- 11lb)
Active Constituents 10mg Sarolaner
Application Monthly
Safety Information Safe in various breeds of dog across a broad weight range, when administered according to the dosage schedule Safe for use in puppies from 8 weeks of age and weighing over 1.3 kg During testing, no adverse reactions were observed when Simparica was used with other treatments - may be administered in conjunction with vaccines, gastrointestinal worming treatments, heartworm preventatives, antibiotics, and corticosteroids when used according to label directions Well tolerated in dogs when administered with macrocyclic lactone Well tolerated in ivermectin-sensitive Collie dogs The safe use of SIMPARICA has not been evaluated in breeding dogs and pregnant or lactating bitches.

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Simparica Purple Extra Small

  • AU$37.20
  • AU$33.48
  • Ex Tax: AU$33.48
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