Advantage II Once-A-Month Topical Medium Dog Flea Treatment

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I have a pug/boxer/english bulldog mix pup. Shes 7 months and a doll. But she has a horrible flea allergy. Frontline plus did nothing (and this product was legit) even after we treated our home. Will be switching to Advantage as it kills fleas before they bite. Frontline may work for those dogs without a flea allergy but otherwise, I’d go with Advantage. Our vet was going to recommend Nexgard but with Lucy’s allergies, nope.
Advantage II Once-A-Month Topical Medium Dog Flea Treatment
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Advantage II is waterproof and controls existing flea infestations and prevents re-infestation and kills fleas within 12 hours of application to your dog. Kills all flea life stages. Advantage II Once-A-Month Topical Large Dog Flea Treatment
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Advantage II for Dogs contains two ingredients, one that kills adult fleas and one that prevents immature fleas from developing. Dog owners find it more effective than other topical flea treatments, and they say side effects are rare. Advantage II for Dogs comes in several dosages for dogs of different sizes from pups over three pounds (and that are at least seven weeks old) to large breeds weighing more than 55 pounds. Advantage II for Dogs contains two ingredients, one that kills adult fleas and one that prevents immature fleas from developing. Dog owners find it more effective than other topical flea treatments, and they say side effects are rare. Its chief drawback is that it doesn't kill ticks. While experts and users say that most flea collars are ineffective or even toxic, they make a very notable exception when it comes to the Seresto Flea and Tick Collar. It uses the same active ingredient as Advantage II to get rid of fleas, coupled with an effective tick repellent and killer, in a slow release formulation that provides up to eight months of protection. Versions are available for small and large dogs, and for cats. This is the main reason that Bayer created Advantage II, which completely breaks the flea cycle. The active ingredients will not only kill any existing fleas (generally 98-100% within 2-4 hours) but it will also prevent any fleas from hatching or returning to your dog.Not perfect, but better than most. . Most dog owners find Advantage II for Dogs very effective saying it works fast to wipe out fleas. Many say that this product worked when failed. However, some reviewers complain that this flea treatment was ineffective or stopped working before the month was up, requiring an extra dose. A few owners say Advantage II used to work for their dogs but no longer does. However, most veterinarians don't report similar results and veterinarian dermatologist Jon Plant says that "the Advantage line of products are generally very effective for flea control in most situations, when used as directed (monthly)."The top two topical flea treatments for both dogs and cats are Advantage II and Frontline Plus. They use different active ingredients, imidacloprid and fipronil, respectively, to eradicate infestations. The two insecticides work differently, but experts say that when used correctly, they are both safe and effective.