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Does k9 advantix kill fleas?

The generic term for Imidacloprid/permethrin/pyriproxyfen

is Imidacloprid

plus permethrin. It is an insecticide used to kill fleas and repel them. It is also effective for ticks, mosquitoes and biting flies. The prescribed protocol is to apply it externally to your dog, typically between his shoulder blades, once a month.

What are the side effects of K9 Advantix II? Bayer K9 Advantix II is a powerful flea and tick control treatment for dogs and it is quite safe to use for large dogs that weigh 21-55lbs. It is also a highly recommended product by veterinarians. The only known side effects include symptoms of skin irritation like scratching, and redness.

Does K9 Advantix have expiration dates? K9 Advantix does not have an expiration date as long as you store unused containers in their original packaging and at room temperature. Secondly, will expired Sentinel still work? It isn’t safe to use expired heartworm medication or any other type of expired medication for dogs.

Does K9 Advantix kill flea eggs? Both versions are effective, but while the original K9 Advantix will kill fleas, it won’t do anything about the eggs that they may have produced before the insecticide application. Advantix II prevents fleas from maturing, therefore preventing them from laying eggs. No more eggs means no more fleas.

What are the allergic reactions of dogs to K9 Advantix? If your dog is having a reaction from K9 Advantix or K9 Advantix II, the symptoms may vary depending on your dog’s coat, size, and breed. K9 Advantix should not be used on dogs that weigh less than four pounds. Symptoms of an allergic reaction to this product may include: Sensitivity at the application site; Skin irritation; Scratching the skin

Does K9 Advantix really repel ticks?

Does K9 Advantix really repel ticks? K9 Advantix II for Dogs is a waterproof, once-a-month topical treatment that repels and kills fleas, ticks , mosquitoes, biting flies, and lice. Advantix kills fleas in all life stages to prevent their development, and keeps your dog safe from diseases that are commonly transmitted by parasites, including Lyme disease and ehrlichiosis.

Does K9 Advantix kill mange mites? Advantix does not kill mange mites. Here is the label use for Advantix (imidacloprid): Imidacloprid topical solution is indicated for the treatment of adult and larval stage fleas in dogs and cats. The combination product with permethrin (K9 Advantix® ), adulticide/larvicide for fleas, to repel and kill ticks, and mosquitos in dogs only.

Does K9 Advantix kill flea eggs? Both versions are effective, but while the original K9 Advantix will kill fleas, it won’t do anything about the eggs that they may have produced before the insecticide application. Advantix II prevents fleas from maturing, therefore preventing them from laying eggs. No more eggs means no more fleas.

Is it OK to use K9 Advantix on a nursing dog? K9 Advantix is safe for use in dogs over 7 weeks of age. Use caution when administering this drug to aging or debilitated pets. Do not bathe or shampoo your pet for 48 hours after application. Please avoid human contact with this drug after application on your pet.