Protect against Six Common Parasites with One BroadSpectrum Topical Vectra 3D® for Dogs Kills & Repels Ticks, Fleas, Mosquitoes, Lice, Mites, and Sand Flies >
April 28, 2009, Fort Lee, N.J. -- Vectra 3D® vectoricide has been granted expanded label claims by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Veterinarians can feel confident that when they recommend Vectra 3D® to dog owners, they are ensuring protection against six common vectors: ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, sand flies, mites and lice. Vectra 3D® is an advanced monthly broadspectrum topical vectoricide....
Ceva offers flea topical Vectra for Dogs & Puppies for long-lasting protection >
Dinotefuran and Pyriproxyfen combination delivers safe and effective control of all stages of fleas on dogs
New Vectra 3D Promotion Benefits New Horizons Service Dogs >
"I Love My Pet Because" online contest asks pet owners to explain why they love their pets
Protect Your Cats From Fleas All Year Round with New Vectra for Cats >
October 21, 2008, Fort Lee, NJ - As temperatures start to cool down in the fall, pet owners sometimes feel more relaxed about the need for using flea control products on their pets. This is a false sense of security. According to Dr. George G. Doering , who is a dermatology specialist at the Berkeley Dog & Cat Hospital in northern California, “The weather in California is conducive to fleas all year...
Vectra Announces New Distributor Partnership with Webster Veterinary >
April 30, 2008, Fort Lee, NJ – Webster Veterinary, a division of Patterson Companies, Inc., with headquarters in Sterling Massachusetts, and one of the largest veterinary distributors in the United States has entered into an agreement with Vectra to distribute their portfolio of ectoparasiticide products to practicing veterinarians. Webster Veterinary will be joining Great Western Animal Health,...
Introducing new feline topicals Vectra™ for Cats & Kittens and Vectra™ for Cats >
First topical products available that kill fleas in just 6 hours
Veterinarian-Diverted Vectra 3D™ Addressed >
February 8, 2008, Fort Lee, N.J. – This week, Ceva identified the first instance of a veterinarian who was diverting its veterinary exclusive Vectra 3D™ flea and tick product. This situation, where product was found available for sale on a popular website targeting pet owners, is a clear violation of the Company’s anti-diversion policy. Ceva, after confirming the identity of the California veterinarian,...
New Topical Vectra 3D™ Provides Dogs Long-Lasting Protection from Fleas, Ticks and Mosquitoes >
Dinotefuran, Pyriproxyfen, Permethrin Combination Delivers Faster, Effective and More Complete Relief for Dogs