Moxiclear For Dogs
What does Moxiclear Dogs treat?
Moxiclear for dogs is one of the most complete treatments on the market. It offers all-in-one protection from fleas and worms, including heartworm, gastrointestinal worms (hookworms, roundworms, whipworms). Moxiclear also protects your dog from sarcoptic mange, warm mites, Demodex and lice, offering comprehensive protection.
How effective is Moxiclear for dogs?
Moxiclear is fast-acting and highly effective. The two active ingredients, Moxidectin and Imidacloprid, work together to keep your pooch safe inside and out. Moxidectin enters your dog’s system and protects against lungworms, ear mites and all common gastrointestinal worms. Imidacloprid acts on your dog’s skin to kill biting lice, fleas and larvae within an hour.
What is the difference between Moxiclear and Advocate?
Both Moxiclear and Advocate are all-in-one topical treatments. These two products are manufactured by different veterinary pharmaceuticals and thus have different formulations. However, the two main active ingredients, Moxidectin and Imidacloprid, are the same.
How often should Moxiclear be administered?
To keep your furry best friend fully protected, administer Moxiclear Dogs monthly.
Much more than just a flea treatment, Moxiclear is a spot-on treatment for dogs that protects them against a wide range of parasites. Whether they love to play outside or are home-bodies, dogs are at risk of attracting a variety of pesky little critters trying to find a better home for themselves. From itchy ear mites and fleas to bothersome gastrointestinal worms and even deadly heartworms, there are many dangerous creatures you should protect your fur baby from. Shop for Moxiclear in Australia today at Vet Shop Australia for one of the most complete and broad-spectrum protection treatments you can use on your dog.
What is Moxiclear Dogs?
Made for both puppies, small dogs and dogs over 25kg, Moxiclear for dogs is a broad-spectrum topical treatment for the treatment and prevention of fleas, biting lice, ear mites, heartworms and the most common intestinal worms.