Advantage Flea and Lice Spot on Treatment for Dogs

  • Brand: Advantage
  • Product Code: ZBY0003
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Pack contains 4 pipettes

Monthly spot on treatment containing imidacloprid 10% m/v to control fleas and biting lice on dogs and puppies 6 weeks of age and older. Kills fleas and biting lice on dogs within 24 hours of treatment and will continue to protect dogs from re-infestation for up to four weeks. Kills fleas and biting lice before they can lay eggs. Larval flea stages are killed in the surroundings of Advantage-treated pets. REG. NO. G2241 (ACT 36/1947)

Choose the right Advantage for your dog:

Toy for dogs weighing up to 4 kg

Small for dogs weighing 4 kg - 10 kg

Medium for dogs weighing 10 kg - 25 kg

Large for dogs weighing over 25 kg

 

Recommended reading:

The Bug Buster - Dog & Puppy Tick and Flea Chart - This handy guide will help you make the right choice for your dog's specific lifestyle.

EEEEK! What bugs are bugging my pets?

Preventing a tick and flea infestation.

FAQ's about fleas.

Flea treatment benefits.

 

Refer to package insert.

Imidacloprid 10 % m/v

Dosage: Use one tube once a month. Monthly treatments are required for optimal control and prevention of fleas and biting lice. For easy application your dog should be standing. Part the hair on the back of the neck at the base of the dog's skull until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the tube on the skin and squeeze out the contents thoroughly to apply the solutions directly onto the skin.

In severe flea infestations two treatments 2 - 3 weeks apart should be applied. Frequent shampooing of your dog may diminish the duration of flea protection, therefore re-application following shampooing is recommended. 

How to control fleas in the house and yard: Only a small number of fleas are on animals at any one time. Most of the population will be present as eggs, larvae and pupae in the environment from which newly hatched adult fleas will continuously infest the animals. Treatment of the animals will control those fleas actually in contact with the animal. To improve the level of flea control, the animal’s environment must also be treated. Fleas and their developmental stages are widespread e.g. in dust, debris, pet’s bedding, cracks, carpets and kennels.

The following control measures in addition to Advantage are therefore recommended:

  • Vacuum carpets (destroys dust).
  • Clean animals’ bedding by washing and treating with a registered insecticide.

A combination of the above will aid in improving flea control.

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