Credelio Plus for Dogs
A love this pure deserves a parasite protection that’s gentle on dogs but tough on parasites. Credelio Plus uses an extra-purified active ingredient1 that protects against fleas and ticks PLUS Credelio Plus protects against heartworm and intestinal worms.
Providing ongoing protection for your dog by killing ticks and fleas, preventing heartworm disease, and treating hookworm, roundworm, and whipworm infections2 is easy with Credelio Plus’ small and tasty, chewable tablet. So you and your dog can stay close. Credelio close.
Credelio Plus makes protecting your dog easy and convenient. We know dogs can be fussy, so we’ve designed a small, tasty chewable tablet to ensure that giving your dog Credelio Plus is a walk in the park!
Credelio Plus is a monthly chewable tablet designed to provide broad spectrum protection, while being gentle on dogs and puppies.
With just one dose of Credelio Plus, you can keep your dog protected. That means you can spend more time together without worrying about dangerous parasites.
Because you'd do anything to stay close to your dog. Credelio close.
Read product leaflet for full instructions.
You might not believe that your dog can get monthly protection against 8 parasites with just a single chewable tablet, but Credelio PLUS packs a punch. It combines two active ingredients that deliver powerful protection while being safe for dogs and puppies.
Credelio Plus’ first active ingredient, lotilaner, is extra-purified and absorbed into your dog’s blood stream rapidly, providing quick relief from existing ticks and fleas and ongoing protection against future infestations. This extra purification process means your dog gets what they need and nothing they don’t.
Extra purification of lotilaner benefits your dog by:
- Leaving out what's not needed, so that there's less for your dog's body to process.
- Allowing for a smaller tablet size, that's easy to give.1
The second active ingredient, milbemycin oxime, is long established and has been protecting Australian dogs for over 15 years. It delivers protection against 3 types of intestinal worms; roundworms, hookworms and whipworm, while also preventing heartworm disease , so you can help keep your dog healthy all year round with convenient, monthly treatment.
- 1Hayes B., Wiseman S. & Snyder D.E. Field study to investigate the effectiveness and safety of a novel orally administered combination drug product containing milbemycin oxime and lotilaner (Credelio Plus) against natural intestinal nematode infections in dogs presented as veterinary patients in Europe. Parasites Vectors. 2021;14:258.
How to Administer Credelio Plus
Yes. In order to be adequately absorbed, you should give Credelio Plus to your dog either with food or within 30 minutes of feeding.
Credelio Plus is available in 4 different tablet sizes so you get the ideal dose for your dog based on their weight. Your veterinarian will be able to advise you on the correct dose for your dog. Weight ranges include:
- >2.8 - 5.5 kg
- >5.5 - 11.0 kg
- >11.0 - 22.0 kg
- >22.0 - 45.0 kg
For greater than 45.0 kg, administer the appropriate combination of tablets.
Credelio Plus is approved for puppies as young as 8 weeks and weighing over 2.8kg.
If 14 days or less since a dose was missed, then redose immediately with food and resume consistent monthly dosing. Out of an abundance of caution, check the dog thoroughly for ticks. If a tick is found, remove it and seek veterinary advice.
If more than 14 days since a dose was missed, then redose immediately with food and check your dog thoroughly for ticks. Also consult a veterinarian for advice regarding heartworm prevention and what to do if a tick is found.
Dogs can become infected with heartworm through bites from infected mosquitoes. Please view our article on Protecting Your Dog from Heartworm for more information.
Puppies and dogs can become infected by ingesting microscopic whipworm eggs from contaminated soil when licking their feet, playing outside, etc. Read our article about worms to learn more about whipworm.
Puppies are usually infected with hookworms by their mother. Older puppies and dogs can become infected by ingesting microscopic hookworm larvae from contaminated soil when licking their feet, playing outside, etc. or by direct skin penetration by infective larvae in damp, shady and/or sandy soil. Read our article about hookworms to learn more.