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Scalibor Collar Sm/M (48cm)

£28.91 Excl. VAT: £24.09


Scalibor Tick Collar - sm/m (48cm)

Scalibor Collars are used to control infestations of ticks, control of blood sucking caused by sand flies and for an anti-feeding effect on adult mosquitoes. 

It is supplied in two sizes; "small-medium (48cm)" or "large" (65cm). The small collar contains 0.76g of deltamethrin and the large collar contains 1.0g of deltamethrin. 
Please measure your dogs neck before purchasing the collar to ensure an accurate fit. The collar itself is odourless.
Scalibor Collars provide up to 6 months protection from ticks. It kills ticks that can transmit serious diseases such as Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Babesiosis. The collar should be applied at least 10-14 days before exposure to fleas and ticks.

Please note, this item is an authorised veterinary medicinal product.

As such, it is a legal requirement for our Suitably Qualified Person to review your Pet information form before we are able to supply this product.


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. Tighten band until two fingers sit snugly under the band

. Buckle and check that it is secure around your dog's neck

. Trim off any excess and leave a maximum of 2 inches beyond the buckle.

To be used on dogs only. The active ingredient is deltamethrin which is harmful to cats and aquatics (especially fish). If cats have close contact with the dog that is wearing the collar, it can cause "Feline Permethrin Toxicosis".  While occasional contact with water does not reduce the effectiveness of the collar, it should always be removed before swimming and bathing the dog as the active substance is harmful to fish and other aquatic organisms. It is reccomended that dogs are prevented from swimming in water for the first five days of wearing the collar

Wash hands after handling product.

Do not open pouch until the collar is ready to use.

Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing.


In the unlikely event of the dog eating the collar the following symptoms may occur: Uncoordinated movements, tremor, drooling of saliva, vomiting, rigidity of the hindquarters.

These symptoms usually subside within 48 hours.