K9 Advantix for dogs is a liquid treatment offering full protection against ticks, fleas, lice, mosquitoes and biting insects.
K9 Advantix kills external parasites with its proven ingredients, imidacloprid and permethrin, rapidly debilitating, paralyzing and killing pesky insects on your dog quickly and efficiently.
Its combination of to proven ingredients, permethrin and imidacloprid work in synergy to provide full and effective treatment against parasites, attacking their nervous cells to paralyze and kill them in their tracks.
Each dose will treat a dog for a whole month.
K9 Advantix is a highly effective treatment that will repel and destroy fleas, ticks and parasites that reside on your dog, including paralysis ticks, brown dox ticks and bush ticks. The formula provides protection against ticks, fleas and mosquitoes, as well as killing lice and repelling biting flies.
As K9 Advantix for dogs is completely waterproof, your pet dog will still be 100% protected, meaning you can wash your dog, let it swim, or take it outside in the rain.
K9 Advantix is fast acting, killing fleas and their larvae within 12 hours following treatment, and stopping them from feeding within 5 minutes of application.
K9 Advantix for dogs provides treatment to repel and kill mosquitoes and sandflies, which are just as irritating to your dog as they are to humans.
K9 Advantix keeps your dog comfortable and free of fleas and ticks. Used monthly, it will provide year-round protection. K9 Advantix is available in convenient pack sizes: 4, 6 or 12 doses per pack, suitable for all sizes of dogs. K9 Advantix is very easy to administer. Follow the steps below to apply this product to your dog:
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K9 Advantix for dogs is a topical 'spot-on' application for the control of ticks (including the paralysis tick, brown dog tick, and bush tick), treatment and prevention of fleas, control of lice, and the repelling and killing of mosquitoes and biting midges.
Always ensure that you read the instructions fully before administering K9 Advantix to ensure you give the correct dosage to your pet dog.
K9 Advantix is extremely poisonous to felines, so do not use it on cats as it could be fatal. Keep all cats away from any treated dogs until the application site is completely dry, and do not let cats groom a dog that has been treated with K9 Advantix.
K9 Advantix should not be used on any puppies that are younger than 7 weeks old. Should puppies below this age need treatment then it is safe to use Advantage for dogs.
Ensure that the contents of K9 Advantix do not come into contact with your dog's eyes or mouth.
Severe reactions to K9 Advantix are rare, but minor reactions and side effects may occur, including transient skin sensitivity and lethargy. Other self-resolving side effects may include vomiting, diarrhoea, agitation, twitching or unsteady movement, although these are normal and should disappear quickly.
Keep K9 Advantix away from certain materials such as leather, plastics, fabrics or other finished surfaces as this product may cause staining.
K9 Advantix' active ingredients are 100 g/L Imidacloprid, 500 g/L Permethrin. The recommended minimum dosage for dogs is 10mg per kg of body weight imidacloprid, and 50mg per kg bodyweight for permethrin.
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I just purchased Frontline Plus for my 3 little girls - all long haired Chihuahuas. I haven’t seen any fleas on them but they are scratching like crazy. I’m wondering about applying this product to them and our sleeping arrangements. They all sleep with us and most of the night it’s under the covers. Is this something I should be worried about once I’ve applied this medicine to them?
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