Parasites such as fleas, ticks, lice and flying insects are more than just a nuisance. These parasites can cause allergic reactions and dermatitis, lead to secondary bacterial infections and even transmit diseases and other parasites!
Advantix for dogs kills fleas and ticks on contact, meaning they don't have to bite your dog to be affected by the active ingredients. Advantix also repels ticks, mosquitoes, sandflies and stable flies. Available as a simple water-resistant^ spot-on treatment for dogs of all sizes and puppies from seven weeks of age, Advantix is the simple solution to keep your pet safe for life.
- Protects dogs from fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, sandflies, stable flies and lice
- Kills fleas and ticks on contact so there is no need for them to bite your dog
- Repels ticks, including the deadly paralysis tick
- Effective even when your dog gets wet^
- ^See product label for full details.
Advantix contains two main active ingredients called imidacloprid and permethrin that work in combination against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, sandflies, lice and stable flies. The treatment is administered as a simple spot-on treatment. Advantix stays effective even when your dog gets wet.^ Advantix is not suitable for cats, and should only ever be used on dogs.
Advantix is a spot-on treatment that is applied to your dog's skin and kills fleas and ticks on contact. Advantix also repels ticks, including the deadly paralysis tick. With oral flea and tick medications, the parasites have to bite your dog to be exposed to the medication in your dog's blood before they are killed. Advantix kills fleas and ticks without the need for a blood meal, reducing irritation and the risk of transmission of diseases and parasites to your dog.
How to apply
- Remove the pipette from the package.
- Hold the applicator tube in an upright position, twist and pull off the cap.
- Use the reversed cap to twist and remove the seal from the pipette.
- The entire contents of the Advantix tube should be applied at one spot between the shoulder blades on dogs less than 25 kg and at three spots (between shoulder blades, on mid-line of the back between hips and at one spot in between) for dogs >25 kg