Advantage II Once-A-Month Topical Small Dog Flea Treatment

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Be sure to treat all dogs and cats in your home, using appropriate treatments recommend by your vet. Some pets are good at masking the signs of a flea infestation. But if one pet is infested, all pets in the household can be.
Advantage II Once-A-Month Topical Small Dog Flea Treatment
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K9 Advantix II Dog Flea & Tick Drops is a topical prevention and tick, flea, and mosquito treatment for monthly use on dogs and puppies 7 weeks of age and older. Repels and kills ticks, including Deer ticks (vector of Lyme disease), American dog ticks (vector of Rocky Mountain spotted fever), Brown dog ticks (vector of ehrlichiosis), and Lone Star ticks for up to four weeks. Effective flea treatment kills 98-100% of the fleas on dogs within 12 hours and continues to prevent infestations for at least four weeks and kills fleas before they lay eggs. Larval flea stages in the dog's surroundings are killed following contact with a K9 Advantix II treated dog and repels and kills mosquitoes for up to four weeks also remains effective after bathing and swimming. Convenient, easy to apply K9 Advantix II For Dogs kills fleas which may cause flea allergy dermatitis (FAD). Advantix II For Dogs kills 98-100% of the existing fleas on dogs within 12 hours. Re-infesting fleas are killed within 2 hours with protection against further flea infestation lasting at least four (4) weeks. Pre-existing pupae in the environment may continue to emerge for six (6) weeks or longer depending upon the climatic conditions. K9 Advantix II Dog Flea & Tick Drops remains an efficacious tick and flea treatment following a shampoo, swimming, or after exposure to rain or sunlight. Monthly tick & flea treatment is required for optimal control and prevention of fleas and ticks. Does not expire if package remains unopened and is stored properly according to instructions. Advantage II Once-A-Month Topical Medium Dog Flea Treatment
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Oral flea treatments such as are quick and effective. The medication travels through your dog's bloodstream and to the skin's surface, helping to kill biting fleas. Newer combination pill treatments such as and also prevent heartworm disease and other intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms and whipworms. See product label for details. 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. Oral preventatives are also more convenient for many people. Unlike topical flea preventatives, oral treatments are easy to administer and won't create a sticky mess. The oral medications are available in either a beef-flavored tablet or soft chew. Many pets will eat these medications like treats, making it easy to give them their monthly dose of flea prevention. If you choose , your dog will be protected against fleas and ticks for up to 12 weeks! Capstar for Dogs and Cats is a tablet that kills adult fleas. It starts working within 30 minutes, but won't kill flea eggs and larvae so it might have to be administered several times to completely get rid of an infestation. Some say it's most effective when used combined with a monthly treatment for both immediate and long term relief. A version for large dogs (over 25 pounds) is also available. Frontline Plus for Dogs is topical treatment that kills not only fleas, flea eggs and larvae, but also ticks and chewing lice. Most reviews say that the product is highly effective, but some say it didn't help at all. Generic versions are also available; experts say that some work just as well as Frontline Plus, but others do not -- and be wary of counterfeit products, which might be the source of some complaints over effectiveness. Natural remedies are more controversial. We see lots of recommendations for them around the Internet, and receive plenty of questions about them from our readers. However, there's little scientific evidence that they are effective in most cases. In a recent blog post, Nancy Kearns of The Whole Dog Journal says that she's "never had much luck with the plethora of natural remedies out there." And some natural remedies are rated to be just as toxic according the GreenPaws Flea and Tick Products Directory published by the Natural Resources Defense Council, and in some cases more so, than many of the topical and oral treatments recommended in this report