K9 Advantix II for Dogs - Flea & Tick Meds | PetCareRx

Advantix is a safe treatment that causes few side-effects. You can typically buy a pack of six treatments, which will last six months, for around $55-$75 depending on the size of your dog (larger dogs require bigger doses of Advantix). If you’re searching for an easy-to-apply treatment that can protect your pet from fleas, disease and some parasites, Advantix is an excellent choice.

I don't use Advantix. I use Sentinel, which works very well for our dog.

This month I bought the large dog Advantage II from my local pet supply store. It was $55.00 and I had a coupon for $6.00 off my purchase. One tube of large dog cost me roughly $10.00 with my coupon and I was able to dose 5 cats and 1 kitten! Talk about a money saver! I adjusted doses based on weight. Weighed myself and then weighed myself holding the cat. I was actually surprised that I had been underdosing one cat. I can actually afford to dose everyone, indoor/outdoor year round. After discussing this with others I am going to save even more money by splitting the cost of a box of Advantage II with a neighbor that has two large dogs.

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We’ve compared Frontline to Advantix to help you decide which will work best for your dog. I use K9Advantix on my dogs. My lab weighs 133 lbs. After 2 weeks, he has fleas again. I have a dachshund who weighs 10 lbs., who I also use the K9Advantix on. When my lab gets fleas, they go onto her too after 2 weeks. Why doesn’t this stuff effectively eliminate the fleas for the whole month? I only started using the K9Advantix because it was the only one with tick repeallant, but I took two ticks off of him and he even got lyme’s disease. I feel like I am wasting my money.

K9 Advantix II | Advantix for Dogs | EntirelyPets

Thank you for your website, it is very informational. I was looking into getting the advantage ii (extra large) to dose correctly for my cat and dog. I noticed that the ingredients are the same on the cat and dog packages, but on the dog package it specifically states “do not use on cats.” You mentioned if given the right dosage, it is the same. Is this correct?

How K9 Advantix II for Dogs Works | PetCareRx


K9 Advantix II is a monthly preventative for dogs that offers comprehensive protection against ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, biting flies, and chewing lice. K9 Advantix II is a top veterinarian-recommended brand because it repels and kills all life stages of fleas (eggs, pupae, larvae, and adult fleas) and ticks (Deer ticks, American dog ticks, Brown dog ticks, and Lone Star ticks). K9 Advantix II kills 98-100 percent of fleas within 12 hours and continues working for one month to prevent infestations. Fleas and ticks are killed on contact with a treated dog, which means that fleas don't have to bite and ticks don't have to attach to die. This helps prevent transmission of flea-borne and tick-borne diseases such as tapeworms, Lyme disease, tick paralysis, ehrlichia, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Killing fleas before they bite may also help prevent skin allergies caused by flea saliva. As well, K9 Advantix II repels mosquitoes before they bite, which may help prevent transmission of heartworms. K9 Advantix II protects your pet before parasites have a chance to bite, not after. K9 Advantix II is a non-prescription (OTC) product available as 0.014 fl oz (0.4 ml) applicators for dogs 4-10 lbs (Green), 0.034 fl oz (1.0 ml) applicators for dogs 11-20 lbs (Teal), 0.084 fl oz (2.5 ml) applicators for dogs 21-55 lbs (Red), and 0.135 fl oz (4.0 ml) applicators for dogs over 55 lbs (Blue).