What does Vectra do for dogs? Vectra 3D is a veterinary medicine used on dogs to treat and prevent flea and tick infestations and to repel sand flies, mosquitoes and stable flies. Its actions last for up to a month, and it prevents fleas from hatching and developing for two months.
Which is better frontline or Vectra? We at BMAH have switched to a product called VECTRA in dogs over the past few years. It has 100% more repellant properties and a 90% quicker tick kill than Frontline type topicals. Therefore, for the same price, you can use a product that can protect your pet against more diseases.
What are the side effects of Vectra? Vectra 3D’s most commonly reported reactions are vomiting, diarrhea, intense itchiness, manic behavior, anxiety, chemical burns at the application site, panting, racing heart, or dehydration.
How long does Vectra for dogs last? Vectra® 3D contains a bioadhesive and other agents (often called inert ingredients) to stabilize the product and help it spread across your dog’s skin and continue to kill parasites for 30 days.