A monthly spot-on treatment, Advantage for dogs is an effective treatment for fleas and chewing lice. It eliminates 98-100% fleas within 12 hours and prevents future infestations by killing the flea life stages. The scientific formulation remains active for four weeks and kills fleas and flea larvae found on the pet’s body and environment.
Advantage for dogs is available in four different color-coded packs:
Weigh your pet and buy the appropriate pack. Treat every month, preferably on the same date.
Step1: For application, let the pet stand in a comfortable position. Part the fur between the shoulder blades and create a spot to see the bare skin.
Step2: Place the tip of the open tube and squeeze out the content until the tube is empty. For small dogs, apply at one spot.
Step3: For large dogs, apply at 4-5 spots across the backbone until the base of the tail.
Allow the applied area to be completely dry.
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Advantage for dogs is topical monthly flea treatment that kills adult fleas and flea larvae found on canine’s body and in the surroundings. It protects the pet from flea-infested diseases and from biting lice. Its adulticidal and larvicidal properties kill the immature and adult life stages of fleas for four continuous weeks thus guarding the pet from such annoying pests.
The active ingredient, Imidacloprid is an insecticide and saves the pet from flea and lice biting and assists in treating Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD). The waterproof treatment acts even after bathing or swimming the pet. It is suitable for 8 weeks and older puppies and dogs.
Imidacloprid 10% m/v
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I bought advantage 2 for my dogs. I have 4 and three of them weigh about the same. The smaller one weighs about 25 lbs. I need to know why the advantage is not working on them and also if you could recommend a flea and tick medicine that will work. They stay inside more than out. My girls are itching up a storm and I feel bad for them. Please help us. BTW Sable was a few months younger in the picture.
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