K9 Advantix

K9 Advantix is a vet recommended flea, tick, and mosquito preventative. K9 Advantix rapidly paralyzes and kills parasites upon contact. Ticks and Fleas contain harmful diseases such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, which are greatly preventable when using K9 Advantix. K9 Advantix is over 98% effective in killing fleas, ticks, and repelling mosquitos.

K9 ADVANTIX Green (for dogs up to 10lbs.)

K9 ADVANTIX Teal (for dogs 11-20lbs)

K9 ADVANTIX Red (for dogs 21-55lbs)

K9 ADVANTIX Blue (for dogs over 55lbs.)


K9 Advantix Protects Against Fleas, Ticks And Mosquitoes

K9 Advantix is one of the best known brands in flea and tick protection for dogs today. In addition to affecting those two parasites, this medicine is also able to act as a repellent to mosquitoes that many people do not realize are capable of biting our pets. This is a once a month topical treatment that you will apply directly to your dog's skin. K9 Advantix begins working to kill between 98% to 100% of fleas a dog may have on them within 12 hours. There are a number of dosages for different size dogs so you will want to make sure that you verify your dog's weight so that you can choose the proper dose for them.

This medicine is safe for use on adult dogs and puppies of at least 7 weeks of age. It kills fleas and their larva starting within 5 minutes of being applied and will continue to be effective for 1 full month. The same is true for ticks and mosquitoes, a parasite that many other medicines of this kind do not treat against. K9 Advantix is not affected by water and that means it will not wash off if you give your dog a bath, if your dog goes out in the rain or if it goes swimming.

It is recommended that you apply 1 dose of K9 Advantix each month, all year around. This is to keep fleas from being able to trigger flea dermatitis and it also ensures that even during the winter months in cold climates, fleas will not be able to survive indoors to re-surge the following spring. Since fleas can carry tapeworms, this medicine is also preventative in that respect, as well as helping to guard against diseases transmittable to humans like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme disease.

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