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  • Elanco expands their Credelio family with the launch of Credelio (lotilaner) for cats

    Elanco Animal Health is now providing an alternative way to treat cats for ticks and fleas with the launch of their newest addition to the CredelioTM family of products. Credelio for cats is the first oral tick and flea treatment to be licensed for cats.

    Designed specifically for cats, Credelio’s small, monthly chewable tablets address the needs of around 1 in 3 cat owners currently using a topical spot on or collar that would prefer to give their cat a tablet when it comes to tick and flea control.1

    “Not only can it be stressful to give a tick and flea trea
    tment to a cat, it can completely disrupt a cat’sdaily routine,” Victoria Sumpter; Companion Animal Technical Marketing Manager at Elanco UK & Ireland. “With Credelio, treating a cat for ticks and fleas doesn’t have to be a big to-do. The chewable, vanilla-yeast flavoured tablets are widely accepted by cats, so owners have the flexibility to treat with or immediately after food in a way that suits their cat’s needs.”

    The small, monthly, flavoured tablets were well accepted by pet cats in a 3-month field study when given by their owners, with 100% administration success replicated each consecutive month.2

    Credelio supports Elanco’s commitment to helping pets live longer, healthier and higher-quality lives.


    References
    1 Kynetec. March 2018.
    2 Cavalleri D et al. A randomized, controlled field study to assess the efficacy and safety of lotilaner (CredelioTM) in controlling ticks in client-owned cats in Europe. Parasites & Vectors 2018 11:411

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