This formulated once-a-month topical flea treatment for dogs kills 98-100% of fleas within 12 hours of application! Its safe for dogs 7 weeks or older and is waterproof, so it won't wash off from swimming or bathing. Not only does it repels biting fleas and kills lice, but it also kills and repels ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes.
Formulated for dogs seven weeks of age and older and weighing 21-55 pounds , K9 Advantix II outperforms its competitors not only by killing more varieties of pests, but also by repelling them to prevent future attacks.
Made in Germany
How to Apply
Applying K9 Advantix II to your pet is a fast and easy process. First, remove the K9 Advantix II applicator tube from its packaging and use scissors to peel down the foil. Next, hold the applicator tube in an upright position and pull the cap off the tube. Use the upturned cap to break the protective seal, and you're ready for application.
For easiest application, your dog should be standing upright. Evenly apply the entire contents of the K9 Advantix II tube to two or three spots from the back of the shoulder to the base of the tail. Part the hair at each spot until the skin is visible, then place the tip of the tube on the skin and gently squeeze out a portion of the solution. Be careful not to apply an excessive amount of the solution in any one spot, otherwise some of the solution might run off the side of your dog. Dispose of the container and do not reuse or refill. Do not empty unused product in any indoor or outdoor drain.
For optimal control and prevention of parasites, use K9 Advantix II every month. K9 Advantix II is available in four- and six-month supplies. Do not use K9 Advantix II on cats or any animals other than dogs.
Evenly apply the entire contents of the tube to four to six spots on the top of the back--from the shoulder to the base of the tail. Apply monthly.
Length of Effectiveness
Under normal conditions, the product is effective for one month. However, in cases of severe flea infestation, retreatment may be necessary earlier than four weeks. Do not retreat more often than once every seven days. After flea control is attained, return to a monthly retreatment schedule.