Advantage Flea Control for Dogs & Cats

Advantage Flea Control for Dogs and Cats. Use Topically once a month for complete flea protection.
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Bayer makes two different flea control products that can easily be confused with one another, leading to potentially lethal complications in our feline family members. Advantage has formulations approved for both dogs and cats, while the product Advantix is intended for use in dogs only. Advantix causes permethrin toxicity in cats, which is a common emergency I see, especially during the spring and summer months, when fleas are at their peak of peskiness.
Buy Advantage Flea Control II - Advantage For Dogs and Cats
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Important note: I have researched and written this page to provide information on Imidacloprid from a veterinary perspective. I am not paid to promote Advantage For Dogs and Cats (the trading name of Imidacloprid flea control in Australia) or any of the other products containing the Imidacloprid insecticide (e.g. Advantix®, Advocate®), however, I can say that I have used the product in practice and have found that it acts well as an effective, monthly flea killer for cats and dogs (the function for which it was designed). Advantage Flea Control Treatment for Dogs and Cats. - Pet-Informed
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To apply , part the skin behind your pet's shoulder blades and squeeze the entire product in one spot. For large dogs, you can apply Advantage II to three or four spots down your pet's back. Advantage II kills fleas on contact; fleas don't have to bite your pet to die. Not perfect, but better than most. . Most dog owners find Advantage II for Dogs very effective saying it works fast to wipe out fleas. Many say that this product worked when failed. However, some reviewers complain that this flea treatment was ineffective or stopped working before the month was up, requiring an extra dose. A few owners say Advantage II used to work for their dogs but no longer does. However, most veterinarians don't report similar results and veterinarian dermatologist Jon Plant says that "the Advantage line of products are generally very effective for flea control in most situations, when used as directed (monthly)."Advantage II for Dogs contains two ingredients, one that kills adult fleas and one that prevents immature fleas from developing. Dog owners find it more effective than other topical flea treatments, and they say side effects are rare. Its chief drawback is that it doesn't kill ticks. Advantage II for Dogs contains two ingredients, one that kills adult fleas and one that prevents immature fleas from developing. Dog owners find it more effective than other topical flea treatments, and they say side effects are rare. Advantage II for Dogs comes in several dosages for dogs of different sizes from pups over three pounds (and that are at least seven weeks old) to large breeds weighing more than 55 pounds. Advantage II is a flea infestation prevention medicine made for both dogs and cats by Bayer Animal Health Care. It has been in use for over 14 years and is the leading flea preventative that offers all round protection for your favourite pet. It has special ingredients that kill not only adult fleas, but also eggs, larvae and pupae, making your cat or dog, flea free for up to a month when it should be reapplied. Moreover, in the case of dogs, it controls lice and prevents them from infesting your pet. It is suitable for pets from 7 weeks old (for dogs) and 8 weeks old for cats.Advantage II is a monthly flea preventative for dogs and cats that offers comprehensive flea protection by killing adult fleas, larvae, and eggs. Plus, it kills fleas through contact, which means fleas don't have to bite your pet to die. Advantage II also treats, prevents, and controls lice on dogs. Advantage II does not kill ticks, so we recommend using the along with Advantage II (dogs only). Advantage II for small cats 5-9 lbs can also be used for ferrets weighing 1 lb or over and 10 weeks of age or older.