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K9 Advantix or Advantage?

December 23, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

What is K9 Advantix?

BudgetPetCare :: Flea & Tick Treatments

BudgetPetCare :: Flea & Tick Treatments

K9 Advantix for dogs, manufactured by Beyer, is a topical liquid treatment providing treatment and prevention of flea larvae and adult fleas, lice, ticks and biting flying insects such as mosquitos.

Containing imidacloprid and permethrin, K9 Advantix rapidly eliminates 98-100% of insects on your dog quickly and efficiently within 12 hours. K9 Advantix is said to prevent insect infestation for a month after the treatment.

What is Advantage?

Advantage for dogs, also manufactured by Beyer, kills all flea larvae and adult fleas.

The active ingredient, imidacloprid, quickly paralyzes the flea’s nervous system to kill them within 12 hours of application. 100% of all chewing lice on your dog will be eliminated within 7 days of treatment.

Which should I buy for my dog?

If you live in an area that has a high tick or biting flying insect population, BudgetPetCare

would recommend K9 Advantix. However one of the active ingredients of K9 Advantix, permethrin, is highly toxic to cats so if you also have a cat, separation during treatment is necessary. If you are unable to keep your dog and cat apart then it is advisable to use Advantage instead which doesn’t contain permethrin.

More bang for your buck!

This season at BudgetPetCare, we have a grand flea and tick product sale with fantastic savings. Both K9 Advantix and Advantage are part of this sale with ‘Buy 6 get 2 Free’ or ‘Buy 12 get 4 Free’ offers. You can head over to our online store to buy discount K9 Advantix for dogs or buy Advantage for dogs with free shipping to the United States.

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  1. October 1, 2013 at 10:37 pm

    I’ve tried both products and find much better success with Advantix. The Advantage product does not repel the fleas in my area.

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