Recent developments in ectoparisiticides
The past decade has seen a proliferation of antiparasitic drugs and products reach the veterinary market. This has occurred in the face of increased parasitic disease risk as a mild climate and increased pet movement has led to a wider distribution of parasites and their vectors. New products have allowed fl exibility in terms of routes of product administration, duration of action and number of target species. This article will consider some of the new drugs and combination products available and the advantages that a growing parasiticide market can bring in response to the increasing challenges of parasite control in UK cats and dogs.
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