K9 Advantix II for Dogs over 55 lbs, 6 Pack (Blue)
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When applied properly, K9 Advantix II for Dogs Over 55 lbs, 6 Month (Blue) offers 5-way protection against ticks, lice, fleas, biting flies, and mosquitos for up to one month. Threats from Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, and other diseases are reduced by repelling and killing ticks.
- Monthly preventative flea control medication
- Provides up to four weeks of protection against fleas, ticks, mosquitos, and lice
- Kills fleas within 12 hours of application
- Reduces instances of allergic dermatitis caused by flea allergies in sensitive dogs
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 4
My dogs started to refuse to eat the flea medication that you mix in with food. It became such a hassle that we went back to topical. It's great. No more coaxing the dogs to eat their food "all up." Just rub on the medication and go. It works down here in hot, humid Houston where fleas thrive. We used to it before the medications that you mix with food came on the market. Now, we'll just stick with it - easier, effective and less expensive.
Works great on my Great Pyrenees
I bought this from VetDepot after reviewing a bunch of products on many websites. VetDepot had it for the best price. So far my dog has had no problems with it and it seems to be working great.
I have two boxers and I have been using this product. We live in florida and have a pound in front of our house and it really protects them from fleas and mosquitos.
I Have 3 80lb plus dogs. With the canal behind our house we have a lot of mosquitoes. K-9 advantix is the only one that works all month with one application. There is no spraying every 3 days. We also hike in the Florida woods where the dogs are protected from fleas and ticks.
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