K9 Advantix is a broad-spectrum treatment that provides protection to dogs against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, chewing lice, insects, sand flies and stable flies. It kills fleas within 24 hours and ticks within 48 hours. A single topical treatment for multiple parasites, K9 Advantix saves puppies and dogs from various parasite-borne diseases.
K9 Advantix is available in four different packs, categorized as per the weight of dogs - Green pack for small dogs/pups (1-10 lbs weight), Aqua pack for medium dogs (11-20 lbs), Red pack for large dogs (21-55 lbs) and Blue pack for extra large dogs (>55 lbs weight).
Select the appropriate pack as per the weight of the pet.
Let the area be dry. Do not allow other pets and children to play with or groom the treated pet.
It is a safe treatment for 7 weeks and older puppies, dogs, pregnant and nursing dogs. Repeat every month. Before treating sick or debilitated pets.
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K9 Advantix is a monthly spot-on treatment for protecting puppies and dogs from various external parasites. It kills fleas, brown dog ticks, deer ticks, lone star ticks and American dog ticks and repels mosquitoes found on 7 weeks and older puppies and dogs. It prevents growth of tick population by detaching and repelling ticks from sticking the pet’s body through the ‘hot foot’ mechanism.
Active ingredients, Imidacloprid and Permethrin block the sodium channels of the treated pet. This blocks the nerve impulses of the parasite causing paralysis and death. Their insecticidal action starts killing ticks within two hours of application. Daily tick searching and removal is essential to remove the dead ticks. The treatment prevents re-infestations for an entire month.
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