Pet Star

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • Pet Star Dog Flea and Tick Collar, 15% w/w
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • Collar
  • Prescription type:
  • AVM-GSL - Authorised Veterinary Medicine – General Sales List
  • Medicine domain:
  • Animals
  • Medicine type:
  • Allopathic drug

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • Pet Star Dog Flea and Tick Collar, 15% w/w
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • Dogs
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Ectoparasiticide

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • VMD - Veterinary Medicines Directorate
  • Authorization status:
  • Authorized
  • Authorization number:
  • 05496/4017
  • Authorization date:
  • 15-01-2000
  • Last update:
  • 21-12-2016

Summary of Product characteristics

                                           AN: 00935/2013

Revised: November 2013

SUMMARY OF PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

1. Name of the Veterinary Medicinal Product

Pet Star Dog Flea and Tick Collar, 15% w/w.

2. Qualitative and quantitative composition

Active substance % w/w mg/collar

Dimpylate (as dimpylate stabilised) 15.0 3,600

Excipients % w/w mg/collar

Brown collar:  Ferric oxide red (E172) 0.08 19.2

Charcoal, vegetable (E153) 0.02            4.8

Blue collar: Coomassie Brilliant Blue G 0.012 2.8

Copper Phthalocyanine 0.012 2.8

OB (CAS No. 67210-66-6) 0.005 1.2

Red collar: Rhodamine 6G 0.013 3.2

Basic Violet 11 0.005 1.2

Yellow collar: Solvent Yellow 135 0.013 3.2

Green collar: Solvent Yellow 135 0.013 3.2

Copper Phthalocyanine Green 0.010 2.4

Orange collar: Disperse Yellow 11 0.010 2.4

Rhodamine 6G 0.015 3.6

Rhodamine B 0.005 1.2

For full list of excipients, see section 6.1

3. Pharmaceutical form

Collar

Coloured flea collar fitted with safety buckle

4. Clinical Particulars

4.1 Target species

Dogs

Indications for use, specifying the target species

Treatment of dogs infested with fleas (Ctenocephalides felis and C. canis

and ticks (Ixodes ricinus).

Contra-indications

No other insecticide should be used with the collar or within 7 days of 

removal.

Do not allow the collar to come into contact with nursing females.

Do not use the collar on dogs younger than 12 weeks. 

4.4 Special warnings for each target species

Remove collar if any sign of skin irritation occurs.

Check the collar is not too tight, to ensure against irritation.

                                           AN: 00935/2013

Revised: November 2013

Do not allow animals to chew the collar.

Remove collar from dog immediately should any signs of drowsiness, 

listlessness or respiratory difficulties develop soon after fixing the collar.

4.5 Special precautions for use

Special precautions for use in animals

For external use only.

Remove fleas from young puppies and nursing females by careful use 

of a flea comb.

(ii) Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the 

medicinal product to animals

Do not remove collar from pack until ready to use.

Do not allow children to play with the collar. 

Do not allow children to suck or chew the collar.

Do not smoke, eat or drink while handling collar.

Do not sleep with pets wearing collars.

Dimpylate / Diazinon is an organophosphorus compound: DO NOT 

handle if under medical advice not to work with 

ANTICHOLINESTERASES.

Avoid excessive handling of the collar.

Cut off any excess collar with scissors and dispose of safely.

If you feel unwell after handling the collar, seek medical advice. Wash 

hands thoroughly after handling the collar.

(iii) Other precautions

To help prevent reinfestation, animals’ bedding and regular resting 

areas, including carpets and soft furnishings, should be treated with a 

suitable insecticide and vacuumed regularly.

After fitting the collar, do not allow dogs to swim in ponds or other small

bodies of water. This will not adversely affect the activity of the collar 

but is potentially 

dangerous to aquatic life.

4.6 Adverse reactions (frequency and seriousness)

Typical adverse reactions to organophosphorus compounds are rare.

4.7 Use during pregnancy, lactation or lay

Do not allow contact with nursing females.

4.8 Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of 

interaction

Do not combine with other organophosphorus compounds or medicines 

which are not compatible with organophosphorus compounds.

4.9 Amounts to be administered and administration route

One collar per animal to be fastened around the neck. Fasten the collar 

around the dog’s neck, ensuring a comfortable fit; two fingers should fit 

easily under the collar. Loosen the collar as the dog grows bigger. Cut off 

excess collar extending beyond buckle and dispose of with the household 

refuse. Replace collar after 4 months if flea and tick re-infestation is a risk. 

                                           AN: 00935/2013

Revised: November 2013

4.10 Overdose (symptoms, emergency procedures, antidotes) if 

necessary

Symptoms: Tearing, salivation, muscle twitches, 

vomiting, loss of reflexes, coma, cyanosis.

Emergency procedure:  Remove collar.

Antidote: Atropine.

4.11 Withdrawal period(s)

Not applicable

5 Pharmacological properties

Pharmacotherapeutic group: Ectoparasiticides for topical use, incl. insecticides

ATC Vet Code: QP53AF03

5.1 Pharmacodynamic properties 

The collar is applied around the dog’s neck. The collar constantly releases 

dimpylate over a four month period. Fleas and ticks on the skin of the animal 

come into contact with the dimpylate and are killed.

5.2 Pharmacokinetic particulars

Dimpylate is an organophosphorus compound with a non-systemic action.

6 Pharmaceutical particulars

1.2 List of excipients

Brown collar: Charcoal Vegetable (E153)

Ferric Oxide Red (E172)

Blue collar: Coomassie Brilliant Blue G

Copper Phthalocyanine

OB (CAS No. 67210-66-6)

Red collar: Rhodamine 6G

Basic Violet 11

Yellow collar: Solvent Yellow 135

Green collar: Solvent Yellow 135

Copper Phthalocyanine Green

Orange collar: Disperse Yellow 11

Rhodamine 6G

Rhodamine B

Polyvinyl chloride

Dibutyl Phthalate 

Epoxidised Soya Bean Oil

Calcium Stearate 

2.2 Incompatibilities 

Morphine, theophylline, aminophylline, large amounts of intravenous fluids, 

phenothiazine drugs, pyrantelpalmoate.

                                           AN: 00935/2013

Revised: November 2013

3.2 Shelf life

Shelf life of the veterinary medicinal product as packaged for sale: 2 years

4.2 Special precautions for storage

Protect from direct sunlight.

Do not store above 25°C.

Do not remove the collar from the pack until you are ready to fit it.

5.2 Nature and composition of immediate packaging

Clear, colourless high-density polyethylene blister, containing one PVC 

collar, heat sealed on varnished fibreboard/aluminium foil/fibreboard 

laminate backing card.

6.2 Special precautions for the disposal of unused veterinary medicinal 

products or waste materials derived from the use of such products, if 

appropriate

Any unused veterinary medicinal product or waste materials derived from 

such veterinary medicinal products should be disposed of in accordance 

with local requirements.

EXTREMELY DANGEROUS to fish and aquatic life. 

Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with the collar or empty 

packaging.

7 Marketing authorisation holder

Beaphar Ltd.

Homefield Road

Haverhill

Suffolk

CB9 8QP

8 Marketing authorisation number

Vm  05496/4017

9 Date of first authorisation

Date: 15 January 2000

10 Date of revision of the text

Date: November 2013

Approved: 01/11/2013

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