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K9 Advantix II Flea and Tick Prevention for Extra-Large Dogs, Over 55 Pounds
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|Ingredients||Imidacloprid 8.80% Permethrin* 44.00% Pyriproxyfen 0.44% Other Ingredients 46.76%|
|Age Range Description||All Life Stages|
|Item Weight||0.1 Pounds|
|Item Volume||24 Milliliters|
About this item
- 6 monthly applications of K9 Advantix II flea and tick prevention for extra-large dogs weighing 55 pounds or more
- K9 Advantix II flea and tick prevention for dogs works through contact, so fleas, ticks and mosquitoes do not have to bite your dog to die
- K9 Advantix II flea and tick control for dogs is an easy to apply topical formula
- Starts working to kill fleas within 12 hours and keeps working for 30 days
- Suitable for effective year-round dog flea and tick treatment for extra-large dogs
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K9 Advantix II works for all breeds
Find the right treatment for your dog
K9 Advantix II is for use on all breeds of dogs ages 7 weeks and older, weighing more than 4 pounds. Use your dog's weight to determine which size is right for them. If your dog is on the cusp, choose the size that accommodates your dog’s current weight. If you have a growing puppy that may exceed the product's weight guidelines within a couple of months, consider purchasing a smaller pack count.
How to apply
Apply entire contents of tube along top of dog’s back, between shoulders down to the base of the tail in even spots. At each spot, part hair until skin is visible. Number of spots for size and weight of dog:
See package insert for additional details.
Waterproof after 24 hours
When can I bathe my dog after application?
Your dog is free to be bathed or swim after K9 Advantix II has been on for 24 hours. We recommend bathing your dog before applying K9 Advantix II. Your dog needs to be dry at the time of application. If you bathe your dog between treatments, use a general grooming shampoo for pets.
Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to work on fleas?
K9 Advantix II kills fleas within 12 hours. New fleas that jump on the dog from the surroundings, such as grass, carpet and pet bedding, are killed within 2 hours with protection against further infestation for at least 4 weeks.
Why do I still see fleas after using K9 Advantix II?
Although K9 Advantix II kills fleas on your dog, there may still be fleas in your dog’s environment that have since jumped on after treatment. Luckily, with K9 Advantix II, new fleas are killed within 2 hours with protection against further infestation for at least 4 weeks. As fleas die they are no longer able to stay hidden against your dog’s skin, and therefore you may also be seeing dying fleas coming to the surface of your dog’s fur coat.
Does it expire?
K9 Advantix II does not expire. Be sure to store it in the original packaging at room temperature.
What are the key ingredients?
Active ingredients are Imidacloprid, Permethrin, and Pyriproxyfen. These ingredients kill and repel fleas, mosquitoes, and ticks, including Deer ticks, American Dog ticks, Brown dog ticks, and Lone Star ticks.
Do not use K9 Advantix II on cats.
|K9 Advantix II||Seresto||Advantage II||advantus||Advantage Dog Shampoo|
|Form||Topical Flea and Tick Treatment||Flea and Tick Collar||Topical Flea Treatment||Flea Chewable||Flea and Tick Shampoo|
|Application Age||For Use on Dogs and Puppies 7 Weeks and Older||For Use on Dogs and Puppies 7 Weeks and Older||For Use on Dogs and Puppies 7 Weeks and Older||For Dogs 10 Weeks of Age and Older||For Use on Dogs Over 6 Months|
|Application Frequency||Once a Month||Every 8 Months||Once a Month||Do Not Exceed One Soft Chew in a 24-hour Period||See Product Label|
The 6-pack of Bayer K9 Advantix II flea and tick prevention for extra-large dogs is a broad-spectrum, veterinarian-recommended dog flea and tick prevention that also kills and repels mosquitoes, a benefit not found in many other flea and tick products. Some products require a flea or tick to bite your dog in order to work, but K9 Advantix II flea and tick prevention for dogs is a topical formula that works through contact, so your dog doesn’t have to endure a painful bite for the flea, tick or mosquito to die. Just one application of Bayer K9 Advantix II flea and tick prevention for extra-large dogs starts working to kill fleas within 12 hours, is waterproof after 24 hours, and continues to work to kill fleas, ticks and mosquitoes for up to 30 days, even after a bath or swimming. We recommend the use of a grooming shampoo designed specifically for pets. Do not use K9 Advantix II on cats. Use only on dogs.
Still see fleas after using K9 Advantix II ? - Although K9 Advantix II kills fleas on your dog, there may still be fleas in your dog's environment that have since jumped on after treatment. Luckily, with K9 Advantix II, new fleas are killed within 2 hours with protection against further infestation for at least 4 weeks. As fleas die they are no longer able to stay hidden against your dog's skin, and therefore you may also be seeing dying fleas coming to the surface of your dog's fur coat.
Product detailsSize:6-pack | Style:Extra Large Dog Only
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.75 x 1 x 4.25 inches; 1.6 Ounces
- Item model number : 81520429
- Department : Flea & Tick
- Date First Available : March 20, 2007
- Manufacturer : Elanco
- ASIN : B004QRJJ0K
- Country of Origin : Germany
- Customer Reviews:
Imidacloprid 8.80% Permethrin* 44.00% Pyriproxyfen 0.44% Other Ingredients 46.76%
Application Instructions: 1. Use only on dogs. DO NOT USE ON CATS or other animals. 2. The dog should be standing for easy application. Evenly apply the entire contents of the K9 Advantix® II tube to four to six spots on the top of the back from the shoulder to the base of the tail. 3. At each spot, part the hair until the skin is visible. 4. Place the tip of the tube on the skin and gently squeeze to expel a portion of the solution on the skin. 5. Do not apply an excessive amount of solution at any one spot that could cause some of the solution to run off the side of the dog. 6. Do not get this product in your dog’s eyes, or allow your dog to ingest this product.
We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product
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Long story short, we are out $2500 on two vet visits, many tests, and no answers. I called bayer and they said the product is a dermal product that is solely contained to the glands on a dog. YEAH RIGHT! And nicotine patches are only contained to the arm?! I am hoping my 2 year old lab will recover. I will keep everyone posted. I am waiting 30-45 days until I try any exercise so HOPEFULLY the product can wear off. TRULY FRIGHTENING EXPERIENCE.
UPDATE: When I went to the vet, he that they had been seeing this more and more in our area. (Northern California) Because we are surrounded by agricultural, and exposure to pesticides that are similar in composition to these products, the pests become resistant faster. So if you are in a very urban area, it might still work for you.
We’ve used Advantix II for years now, after Frontline started failing us. I’m not sure if this was a bad batch or what, but the day after using this on my American Bulldog he was really sick. He wouldn’t get up, he wouldn’t eat or drink, when I finally did get him up he didn’t want to walk. His whole body was shaking and he kept his tail so far up between his legs. We ended up taking him to the vet, and although they felt a reaction was unlikely, they did a tox screen anyway. Sure enough, there were high levels of the poison in his blood. The vet agreed that he was having a really bad reaction to the advantix and sent us home with a muscle relaxer for our dog and said to give him a few days. It’s been almost two weeks and my dog is still suffering. He went from being lively and playful to laying in his dog house all day. He doesn’t come when called, he won’t fetch, he rarely wags his tail, and he could care less about the chickens. It’s heartbreaking to see him like this and we’re basically helpless when it comes to fixing him.
This stuff is obviously too toxic.