Advantix for Large Dogs 10 - 25 kg Description:
Advantix is a topical parasiticide used in the treatment and prevention of fleas; the control of ticks including the paralysis tick, the brown dog tick and the bush tick; the control of lice and the killing and repelling of mosquitoes in dogs and puppies. One application lasts a month, (2 weeks for paralysis tick).
Advantix Flea and Tick Control for Dogs Key Benefits:
Easy-to-us spot-on treatment
Controls fleas, lice and mosquitoes for one month
Controls brown dog ticks and bush ticks for one month
Controls paralysis ticks for two weeks
NOT for use on cats
Directions of Use
Place the applicator tip through the animals hair to the skin level. For dogs up to 25kg, apply to skin on back between the shoulder blades. For dogs over 25kg apply in divided doses between the shoulder blades on the back between the hips and one point in between. Spot on applicators are portioned based on the pets weight: Small dogs & puppies up to 4 kg - 1 tube from dark green pack; Dogs 4 to 10 kg - 1 tube from turquoise pack ; Dogs 10 to 25 kg -1 tube from red pack; Dogs 25 to 50 kg -1 tube from blue pack; Dogs > 50kg - 2 tubes from blue pack. Advantix is safe for use on pregnant and lactating bitches. DO NOT USE ON CATS.
Imidacloprid (100 mg/L) and Permethrin (500 mg/L)
Do not use on puppies under 7 weeks of age. Do not apply Advantix for Dogs to cats or animals other than dogs. Do not permit cats to actively groom or have close physical contact with a recently treated dog. Do not get this product in the pets eyes or mouth. Use with caution in sick and debilitated animals. Safe to use on puppies from 7 weeks of age. This product causes eye irritation in humans and is harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin. Call poison information center if swallowed. If on skin, wash with plenty of soap and water. If in eyes, flush with plenty of water.
Possible Side Effects
Side effects of Advantix are extremely rare when the product is used at the recommended dosage. Should pets experience an adverse reaction, consult a veterinarian immediately.