Advantage II for cats is a monthly flea preventative that offers comprehensive flea protection by killing adult fleas, larvae, and eggs.
Advantage II also treats, prevents, and controls lice on cats.
Advantage II takes superior flea control to the next level with the addition of the insect growth regulator (IGR) pyriproxyfen.
New and improved Advantage II now actively targets the ENTIRE flea life cycle for effective treatment of existing fleas and prevention of flea infestation.
Advantage II is EPA registered and will be shipped from our US facility.
Advantage II for cats - with IGR (Insect Growth Regulator) which Protect cats from entire flea life cycle - adult fleas, flea eggs AND larvae. It is easy to administer - simply follow the steps below to apply Advantage II to your cat:
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Advantage II still contains the proven active ingredient, imidacloprid, found in Advantage, which kills 98-100% of adult fleas within 12 hours, stops fleas from biting in 3-5 minutes, and kills re-infesting fleas within 2 hours. The result is fast-acting relief from biting adults whether your cat has fleas or picks up fleas from another animal.
The addition of the insect growth regulator (IGR) pyriproxyfen means Advantage II inhibits development of flea eggs and larvae to break the flea life cycle, so there is no development into biting, breeding adults. Advantage II is a non-prescription topical flea control treatment specializing in fast, convenient and economical flea control. Also an effective treatment against chewing lice on cats.
Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage or disposal.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Protect from freezing.
Pesticide Disposal: securely wrap original container in several layers of newspaper and discard in trash.
Container disposal: Do not reuse empty container. Wrap container and put in trash.
midacloprid (9.1%), Pyriproxyfen (0.46%) Other ingredients (90.44%)
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