The new and improved Advantage II now offers flea and lice protection for your dog. Flea and lice treatment with Advantage II gives your dog a safe solution that only needs to be applied once a month. Dogs and puppies older than 7 weeks and weighing under 10 lbs are fit for this flea and lice killing formula.
This formula will kill fleas completely by eliminating their eggs and larvae by using a variety of ingredients and compounds. It contains a fast-acting formula that kills fleas quickly and prevents them from returning.
Advantage II uses the compound pyriproxyfen to kill fleas and other insects by interfering with their maturity cycle. Targeting insects, pyriproxyfen does not affect mammals. Other flea killing properties like adulticidal, larvicidal, and ovicidal kill fleas and prevent them from emerging again. Imidacloprid paralyzes fleas so they are killed before biting your dog and also reduce the incidence of flea-related allergies.
Kills adult fleas within 12 hours and re-infesting fleas within 2 hours
Integrated flea control (IFC) disrupts flea life cycle with pyriproxyfen
Guaranteed US EPA approved
Application quick and easy with easy-squeeze tube
Each package of this long lasting topical lasts for 4 or 6 months
Per Dose: $9.08
Application Instructions: Apply entire contents of tube on the neck at the base of the skull. monthly application.
Length of Effectiveness:
Under normal conditions, the product is effective for a 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 (7) days. After flea control is attained, return to a monthly retreatment schedule.
Keep out of reach of children
See back panel for First Aid. For Directions for Use, and Storage and Disposal, see supplemental labeling inside.
Effective Flea Control . . . No Prescription Required!
% By Weight
Net Contents: 6 Tubes, each 0.014 fl oz (0.4 ml)
How Advantage® II Works
Use Advantage® monthly to kill fleas on you cat. The active ingredient, imidacloprid, acts on the nervous system of the flea to cause paralysis and susequent death. CLICK HERE for additional information on Advantage II.