- Repels and kills fleas, ticks and mosquitoes.
- Begins working within 12 hours and kills pests on contact.
- Kills all life stages of fleas to prevent re-infestation; also kills lice and even repels biting flies.
- Waterproof formula continues working for up to four weeks, even after bathing or swimming.
- Convenient, monthly topical application contains imidacloprid, permethrin and pyriproxyfen.
Product Detail: Advantix II
Advantix II is a topical prevention and treatment of fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, biting flies, and lice for monthly use only on dogs and puppies 7 weeks of age and older and weighing 4-10 lbs.
What are the active ingredients in Advantix II?
How Advantix II works
Advantix II repels and kills ticks, including Deer ticks that may vector Lyme disease and anaplasmosis, American dog ticks that may vector Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia and ehrlichiosis, Brown dog ticks that may vector ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, bartonellosis, canine hemoplasmosis, babesiosis, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and Lone Star ticks that may vector ehrlichiosis and tularemia. Advantix II also repels and kills mosquitoes for up to 4 weeks that may transmit heartworm disease, West Nile Virus.
How can you properly administer Advantix II?
The dog should be standing for easy application. Evenly apply the entire contents of the tube along the top of the dog's back, from the shoulder down to the base of the tail. The number of spots depends on the size and weight of your dog (please refer to the product label). At each spot, part the hair until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the tube on the skin and gently squeeze to expel a portion of the solution on the skin. Do not apply an excessive amount of solution at any one spot that could cause some of the solution to run off the side of the dog. Do not get this product in your dog’s eyes, or allow your dog to ingest this product.
What are the side effects of using Advantix II?
Monitor your dog after application. Side effects may include signs of skin irritation such as redness, scratching, or other signs of discomfort. Gastrointestinal signs such as vomiting or diarrhea have also been reported. If these or other side effects (such as lethargy or agitation) occur, consult your veterinarian.