Yes, Bravecto Chew and Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs are FDA-approved and are safe for dogs. They are highly recommended by vets for puppies 6 months and beyond, and safe for dogs weighing at least 4.4 pounds. In fact, the Bravecto Chew is approved to be consumed by dogs that are pregnant, breeding, and lactating. Bravecto actively kills fleas and ticks that are already living on your dog’s body. Bravecto is even safe to use alongside other medications that dogs take for other illnesses. However, it is always better to consult the vet before giving Bravecto to dogs, regardless if the there are other medications involved or not. Also, Bravecto does not contain wheat or gluten in its composition.
Bravecto is even safe for collies that have been diagnosed with MDR-1 gene deficiency. These coolies with defects are prescribed with three times more the regular dose of normal dogs, and there’s no reported adverse effect.
Additionally, Bravecto is manufactured with high margin of safety. There were safety studies conducted wherein Bravecto was meticulously tested on completely healthy dogs and puppies and they were given up to 5 times the normal dose for an 8-week interval of ingestion for 3 treatments. There was no sign of negative side effects on the tested healthy dogs even with the very high dosage for 12 weeks. Therefore, you need not fear if in case you have double dosed your precious pooch with Bravecto, because this medication is utterly safe for dogs. But, to be on the safe side, you should talk to your dog’s vet if you feel like you have given too much Bravecto to your pet.