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Advantage II for Cats

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Product Description
Advantage II kills and repels fleas at all stages of their life cycle. The monthly treatment is perfect for keeping pests at bay in the house.
Who is Advantage II for Cats for?
Ferrets or cats.
Why use Advantage II for Cats?
Advantage II is a waterproof treatment that starts working on contact and kills fleas within 12 hours. It kills fleas that are reinfesting within 2 hours, and it also kills fleas that don't eat the substance. It kills fleas at all stages of their life cycles, stops biting in 3 to 5 minutes, controls current infections, and prevents new infestations.
How does Advantage II for Cats work?
Whether or not the fleas bite and consume the ingredients, Imidacloprid and Pyriproxyfen work synergistically to kill fleas on contact. One application gives protection for one month.
Active Ingredients(s):
9.1% Imidacloprid, 0.46% Pyripoxyfen
How is Advantage II for Cats sold?
Advantage II for Cats between 5-9 lbs Orange (4 month, 6 month or 12 month supply) Advantage II for Cats over 9 lbs Purple (4 month, 6 month or 12 month supply)
What are the side effects of Advantage II for Cats?
Potential side effects include: Increased salivation, tremors, vomiting, and decreased appetite if cats lick the application site Lethargy Prolonged sleep periods Behavioral changes (such as agitation) Excessive grooming Hiding Discomfort at the application site (marked by rubbing, scratching, etc.) Increased salivation within one hour of application Increased thirst/drinking Coughing
What special precautions are there?
Kittens younger than eight weeks old should not be given this product. Before giving this drug to a frail, aged, pregnant, or nursing cat, see your veterinarian. Pesticide sensitivity in dogs might result in a response. Consult your veterinarian immediately if symptoms become severe, worsen, or persist. Notify your veterinarian if your pet is on any other medications before using this medicine.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Advantage II for Cats?
Keep stored in a cool and dry environment
Helpful Tips:
Each month, this efficient therapy helps to control and prevent reinfestations. It is active in both the rain and the sun.
Use in kittens and cats as follows: 1) Take the applicator tube out of the packaging. 2) Remove the top off of the tube while holding it upright. 3) Replace the cap on the tube by turning it around and placing the other end of the cap on the tube. 4) Twist the cap to break the seal, then remove it from the tube. 5) Part the fur on the cat's neck towards the base of the head to reveal the skin. 6) Press the tube tip against your cat's skin, then compress the tube to force the whole contents of the tube onto the skin. Do not let the product make contact with Allowing the product to enter your cat's eyes or mouth. Excessive salivation may develop if the cat licks the region soon after treatment. Ingestion can be avoided with proper application. 7) Discard the empty tube properly. 8) If the infestation is severe, re-treatment may be necessary sooner than 4 weeks. Reapply once a month for regular use. For kittens, re-treat no more than once every two weeks (14 days) and no more than once a week (7 days) for small or large cats. Once the fleas are under control, a monthly flea treatment regimen should be restarted.
Main Ingredients
Active Ingredients: Imidacloprid 9.10% and Pyriproxyfen 0.46%. Other Ingredients:90.44%.