K9 Advantix II for Dogs
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K9 Advantix II is a monthly topical medication that offers protection against ticks, flea eggs, fleas, and mosquitoes. By keeping these pests at bay, K9 Advantix II allows your dog to enjoy the outdoors without having to worry about being bitten or contracting any serious diseases.
Who is K9 Advantix II for Dogs for?
Dogs and puppies must be 7 weeks old
Why use K9 Advantix II for Dogs?
K9 Advantix II has many features that make it easy to use. It also keeps working even if you bathe or swim with your dog. K9 Advantix II can help reduce the risk of parasitic illnesses and stress in your dog. Plus, it stops the flea life cycle by preventing eggs, pupae, and larvae from developing. K9 Advantix II provides one month of long-lasting protection against biting flies, ticks, lice, and mosquitoes. It is available without a prescription from your veterinarian.
How does K9 Advantix II for Dogs work?
When you put K9 Advantix on your dog, the medicine goes to the roots of their hair and spreads over their skin. This happens because of your dog's movement, and it covers their whole body.The new chemical in K9 Advantix works by stopping the nervous system of the flea. This makes the flea die over time. Since new fleas come from your dog's own indoor or outdoor environment, they will die within two hours of coming into contact with K9 Advantix.The product also protects against reinfestation for up to a full month.
Permethrin* - 44.00% Imidacloprid- 8.80% Pyriproxyfen - 0.44%
How is K9 Advantix II for Dogs sold?
Sold in 2, 4, 6, and 12 month supplies based on your dog's weight. Boxes are color coded to your dog's weight. Green: Up to 10 pounds Teal: 11 - 20 pounds Red: 21 - 55 pounds Blue: Over 55 pounds
What are the side effects of K9 Advantix II for Dogs?
Between day 6 and 9 after application, certain adverse reactions have occurred in rare cases. These include weakness, depression, and unsteadiness. These signs resolved on their own without intervention by day 10 after application. In laboratory effectiveness studies, certain adverse reactions occurred after application (and were directly attributed to the use of this medication). They could also be secondary to the burden of a pre-existing condition or of intestinal parasites. These signs include diarrhea, bloody stools, vomiting, anorexia, lethargy, coughing, ocular discharge, or nasal discharge. Application site reactions may include stiff or greasy hair, white deposits on the hair, or mild erythema (redness of the skin). These reactions often resolve between 2 and 48 hours with no intervention.
What special precautions are there?
Dogs should be isolated for a minimum of 12 hours after K9 Advantix II is applied to ensure adequate and thorough dry time if you have cats in the home. K9 Advantix II Adverse Reactions may be referenced if the pet experiences an adverse reaction to this medication.Never handle or allow a child to handle a treated dog until the application site is completely dry. Ensure this lack of contact by treating the dog in the evening hours and by stopping them from sleeping with any human family member.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store K9 Advantix II for Dogs?
Keep this product at room temperature and do not freeze or refrigerate product.
Dosage Information: For dogs under 4kg of body weight, Advantix Spot-On for Dogs up to 4kg should be administered (0.4mL; minimum of 50mg/kg of permethrin and 10mg/kg of imidacloprid). For dogs between 4kg and 10kg of body weight, Advantix Spot-On for Dogs over 4 up to 10kg should be administered (1mL; minimum of 50mg to 125mg/kg of permethrin and 10mg to 25mg/kg to of imidacloprid). For dogs between 10kg and 25kg of body weight, Advantix Spot-On for Dogs over 10 up to 25kg should be administered (2.5mL; minimum of 50mg to 125mg/kg of permethrin and 10mg to 25mg/kg to of imidacloprid). For dogs between 25kg and 40kg of body weight, Advantix Spot-On for Dogs over 25kg should be administered (4mL; minimum of 50mg to 80mg/kg of permethrin and 10mg to 16mg/kg to of imidacloprid). This product is once-to-twice-monthly, single-dose, easy-to-apply product. It is simply applied onto your pet's skin. Only for dermal use. One monthly treatment allows for year-round parasite protection. Ensure that your pet is standing for easy application. Apply the full contents of the pipette equally on four areas along the top of the back, starting at the shoulder and ending at the base of the tail. In each spot, part the hair until you can see the skin. Place the pipette tip onto the skin, then squeeze gently to expel some of the solution. Never apply an excessive amount of solution in one area. Run-off should be avoided. Dogs under 10kg of body weight can be treated in one spot. All dogs in the household should be treated, along with all other pets (using a suitable product). Environmental adulticide treatments are recommended.
Active Ingredients: Permethrin* - 44.00% Imidacloprid - 8.80% Pyriproxyfen - 0.44% Other Ingredients:46.76% *cis/trans ratio: max 55% (±) cis and min 45% (±) tr