Advantage II for Dogs (Imidacloprid / Pyriproxyfen)
Fleas are often the #1 nuisance for dogs, and dog owners will want an effective flea medication for dogs that they can rely on to put an end to that nuisance and all the incessant scratching that comes along with it. Advantage II for dogs is the best solution, and it’s earned its spot as one of the best flea medications for dogs these days. That’s because not only is it a good flea killer medication, but it also is able to eliminate these pests at all life stages. It kills flea eggs and larvae too, so when you give your dog his or her once-a-month application you can count on seeing long-lasting relief from fleas.
Advantage II for dogs has the ability kill 98+% of fleas within 12 hours of being applied, and applying this quality flea medication for dogs couldn’t be any easier.
Apply Advantage II for dogs once a month, and apply the entire contents of each application pack directly to the pet’s skin and beneath its fur right at the base of the skull / top of the neck. Apply evenly to 3 or 4 different spots in this region.
Imidacloprid 9.10%, Pyriproxyfen 0.46%
This topical flea medication is for external use only, and is not be used with puppies under seven weeks of age. You must also consult with your veterinarian before beginning use of Advantage with debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals. Also be aware that some pets may show themselves to be sensitive to use of this product and if that’s the case you should cease using Advantage immediately. Plus, if your pet is taking any other medication it is best to discuss possible interaction risks with your veterinarian before beginning use of Advantage.
There are no known interaction risks between use of Advantage II for dogs and any other Rx pet medication but it is recommended to discuss all medications your pet is currently taking when speaking with your veterinarian about flea medication.
Side effects from use of Advantage II for dogs are uncommon, but may include skin irritation, gastrointestinal issues like vomiting, diarrhea or hypersalivation, and lethargy. If any of these symptoms continue or worsen you should see a veterinarian.
Product Code : 12625
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