K9 Advantix II is one of the best-known, most reliable solutions for your dog's flea, and tick control needs. With dosages that suit dogs of all sizes, every member of your canine family will have the protection that they need. In addition to taking care of fleas and ticks, this pest control solution also kills mosquitos and chewing lice, as well as repelling biting flies.
How to Use This Product
K9 Advantix II comes in convenient two, four, and six-dose applications. Each dose is given monthly. Apply for the full contents of the tube to two or three places between the shoulders and base of the tail. Avoid allowing your dog to swim less than 24 hours after application, and make sure your dog has been bathed and towel-dried before use for the best results.
Age and Weight Restrictions
Regardless of your dog's breed and expected size when grown, this product is only for puppies over seven weeks old. Your dog or puppy also has to weigh at least four pounds. These age and weight restrictions are designed to help ensure both maximum effectiveness and safety for the protection your dog needs.
The active ingredients in this treatment are Permethrin, Imidacloprid, and Pyriproxyfen. These ingredients are effective against all types of fleas, mosquitos, chewing lice, and biting flies. You will also find Advantix helpful for repelling and killing ticks most likely to transmit diseases, such as deer ticks, Lone Star ticks, brown dog ticks, and American dog ticks.
Common Questions About This Product
What are the benefits of using K9 Advantix?
This product repels and kills fleas, ticks, mosquitos, and chewing lice at all life stages. Advantix also repels biting flies that can be bothersome for dogs. The product is waterproof when used according to instructions, and protects for a month.
Is this product safe to use on or around cats?
Advantix is not safe for cats because they are unable to metabolize the ingredients properly. Your cats should be separated from your dogs during the treatment, as well as 24 hours after.
Can my dog have a skin reaction?
Some dogs who have sensitive skin or are allergic to one of the ingredients might have a skin reaction. These reactions are more common in small or medium-sized dogs.
When should I use extra precautions?
Ask a vet before use if your dog is pregnant or nursing, a senior, physically debilitated, or currently on other medications.