Advantage for dogs offers year-round protection from pesky insects such as fleas, flea larvae and lice that are irritating to your dog.
Within minutes, Advantage will kill all fleas on your dogs. The active ingredient, imidacloprid, acts quickly on the flea's nervous system to paralyze and kill them within 12 hours of application.
Each dose comes in a handy single-use tube for quick and easy treatment which will kill 100% of chewing lice within 7 days of application, and will keep your pet protected for a full month.
Each dose of Advantage for dogs will treat a dog for a whole month.
Protect your dog from pesky fleas, flea larvae and lice with Advantage for dogs. Killing 98-100% of existing fleas with 12 following treatment, Advantage dog flea treatment is a fast acting, month-long flea control tablet that stops fleas from biting your dog within 5 minutes.
Advantage for dogs kills fleas quickly, stopping additional problems such as tapeworm and flea allergy dermatitis.
Fleas occupying your dog's environment are also killed after contact with a dog treated with Advantage due to its larvicidal effect, killing 99% of flea larvae in your dog's environment.
Each dose comes in a handy single-use tube for cutaneous (spot-on) treatment. The treatment will kill 100% of chewing lice within 7 days of application, and will keep your pet protected for a full month.
As it's waterproof, your dog is able to be bathed, can swim, or play outside in the rain once it has been treated with Advantage flea treatment.
Advantage for dogs offers full protection against fleas and lice. It is easy to administer - simply follow the steps below to apply Advantage to your dog:
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Advantage for dogs is a topical 'spot-on' application for the treatment and prevention of fleas and lice on dogs.
Care should be taken to ensure that Advantage flea treatment is not given to unweaned puppies that are younger than 8 weeks of age.
As this is an topical (applied to the skin) treatment, Advantage for Dogs should not be given orally. Care should also be taken to avoid the treatment from coming into contact with your dog's eyes or mouth whilst administering Advantage.
After treatment, you may notice that your dog may suffer from salivation if it licks the application area. This is a normal effect and will disappear shortly after treatment.
In rare occasions, some side effects may occur, which may include skin lesions, redness of the skin, and hair loss.
Avoid contact with certain materials, including plastics, leather, fabric and finished surfaces, as Advantage may stain.
As with any pet medication, wash your hands following use with soap and running water. People with sensitive skin are advised to wear protection - as Advantage contains benzyl alcohol this may cause some skin irritation.
Each tube of Advantage for dogs flea treatment contains 0.4 ml (40 mg imidacloprid), 1.0 ml (100 mg imidacloprid), 2.5 ml (250 mg imidacloprid), 4.0 ml (400 mg imidacloprid), 0.4 ml (40 mg imidacloprid), 0.8 ml (80 mg imidacloprid), 0.4 ml (40 mg imidacloprid) and 0.8 ml (80 mg imidacloprid) respectively as listed above.
The product also contains 0.1% butylated hydroxytoluene (E321) as a preservative.
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Muffy was a rescue from a puppy mill at age 1. We’ve overcome many problems, but now we have 2 I’m not sure how to fix.
she itches and chews all the time like she has fleas, but there are no fleas. I do shampoo her with flea shampoo that I got when she did have fleas a year ago, and I did try switching to a conditioning shampoo for a while with no help. I bathe her about every 2 weeks because after a week she starts to stink.. strong dog odor, and after a week her scratching and chewing get...?
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