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Advantage II flea medication for dogs protects them by killing all flea life stagesPrevents fleas on treated dogs from infesting your homeKills fleas within 12 hours of applicationTreats, prevents & controls lice infestationsSpecial Advantage II flea control formula remains effective after bathing and swimming
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What do the different colors mean in the advantage II for dogs?

I have a mini chiwawa and a german shepherd
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The colors are a reference to the weight range of the animal it is intended for.
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The size of your dog.
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The colors are different according to the weight of the dog. It will show on the box which weight is for what size dog.
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Call your Vet for the correct and safe answer.
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The different colors are to help you distinguish which one to use for you dog, each color has a different dosage (depending on the weight of your dog), since you have a Mini Chiwawa and a German Shepherd, you will probably need to get the green and blue one.
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The different colors on the Advantage II for dog products are indicators of the weight group that each product should be used on.

The color meanings are as follows:

1. Green: For Dogs up to 10 pounds.
2. Teal: For Dogs 11-20 pounds.
3. Red: For Dogs 21-55 pounds.
4. Blue: For Dogs over 55 pounds.

It's very important that you do NOT use the wrong product on your dogs because it can be harmful to their health's (overdose). Your Chihuahua would most likely use the Green Advantage II, but again, it depends on the weight of your dog. Your German Shepherd would need the color that represents his or her weight.

If you are not sure which product is the right one, you can call your veterinarian or your local Petco and they can guide you with the proper selection for each dog.
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What is the difference between K9 Advantix 2 and Advantage 2, both made by Bayer?

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Advantix 2 kills fleas, ticks, AND repels MOSQUITOS.... They also bite, and make them itch and scratch!
But most importantly they carry disease, and your pet can have them on him/her when returning from outdoors, same as fleas and ticks. Then they can bite YOU, same as fleas and ticks!
WEST NILE VIRUS is no joke!
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The main and most important difference between the two products is that K-9 Advantix is toxic to cats. If you have cats in your household and they are around your dog, do not purchase this product. Your cat can become sick and even die if this product gets on it. On the advice of my veterniarian, I have always used Advantage. The dog version is not toxic to cats and is perfectly safe to use around them.
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K9 Advantix 2 is for fleas and tics. Advantage 2 is just for fleas.
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Always call your Vet to be on the safe side.
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K9 Advantix protects against ticks and Advantage doesn't. Bayer makes/distributes both products.
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The difference, as far as I know, is when they came out on the market. Fleas are adaptive and develop resistances to flea killing products. Advantage II, in my opinion, works MUCH better.
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How much do I apply at a time?

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Purchase the right drops for your pet by their weight and apply one tube.
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The entire thing. If you have brought the correct size for your dog, he/she gets the whole thing all at once.

If, like me, you have one dog who is a bit smaller than the other two and would fall into a different bracket, I do as I was told by the vet and use one drop from his dose on each of my ferrets to control thier fleas too.
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Each tube is a premeasured amount. Select the size for your pet and use one tube once a month.
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all of one dose. dose must be selected for dogs weight. you CAN NOT use half a dose for a smaller dog if you have the wrong package because the poison can settle in solution. Too much pesticide can kill cause permanent neurological issues and seizures, and not enough will not prevent fleas and ticks
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One bottle on the skin on the back of the neck.
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I think dog must be picking up new fleas outside as we have treated her twice and are consistent with vaccuming, cleaning bedding etc.

Poor girl is scratching like mad, and I need a solution desperately.
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Flea bites will itch long after the pet has been bitten. It may take a few days for that itching to go away. You can consult your veterinarian for solutions to the itching or if your pet has a skin condition unrelated to the fleas. Perhaps you may want to try a soothing oatmeal shampoo in between treatments, too. Good luck.
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For some reason the fleas are horrible this year and the flea drops don't seem to be working as well. Almost becoming immune to the treatment. I found that the flea drops work better than the flea and tick drops when it comes to fleas. The flea and tic combination seems to dry their skin out terribly causing more itching. I tried petroleum jelly and anti itch shampoo
which seemed to take the itch away and heal the cuts.
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We had same problem, but dog actually didn't have fleas. There were two problems. 1) fire ants and 2) dry skin. We used oatmeal shampool a few times, and that helped with the scratching. Be sure it's not fleas first and then check into it might be something else.
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Sometimes a skin allergy can develop after fleas have been on the body. If that is the case your vet can help by giving a short acting steroid or other allergy products.
If your house is free of fleas the Advantage II should take care of the ones she gets outside. Try treating your yard. If you walk your dog keep her on side walks and away from where other dogs play. You can also run a flea comb through her when ever you bring her in from outside just to make sure she is not bringing any more fleas inside.
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Either try a different flea product or get her a flea bath, that should help
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what is the difference between frotline and advantage. Do they have the same ingredient.

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I'm not sure but I found the Advantage works better on all my pets. Frontline
doesn't work for more than a couple of weeks instead of a month and it dries their skin out making them itch and cause more irritation to their skin.
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I've used both products & fond that the Advantage II killed fleas much better. Sometimes you also have to treat the house if there's an infestation, so you stop the source of fleas.
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Always call your Vet to get the correct answers. Be safe not sorry.
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The main difference is that Advantage II does NOT kill ticks, where Frontline Plus does.

FRONTLINE PLUS DESCRIPTION:

Frontline Plus is a monthly topical flea and tick preventative for dogs and cats. Frontline Plus kills 100% of adult fleas on your pet within 12 hours and 100% of all ticks and chewing lice within 48 hours. Frontline Plus contains an insect growth regulator, S-methoprene, which kills flea eggs and larvae. It’s effective against all stages of the brown dog tick, the American dog tick, the lone star tick and the deer tick (the major carrier of Lyme disease).

FRONTLINE PLUS INGREDIENTS:

Frontline Plus for Dogs & Puppies 8 weeks or older and up to 22lbs:
Active ingredients (per 0.67 ml applicator) Amount
Fipronil 9.8%
(S)-methoprene 8.8%

Frontline Plus for Dogs 23-44 lbs:
Active ingredients (per 1.34 ml applicator) Amount
Fipronil 9.8%
(S)-methoprene 8.8%

Frontline Plus for Dogs 45-88 lbs:
Active ingredients (per 2.68 ml applicator) Amount
Fipronil 9.8%
(S)-methoprene 8.8%

Frontline Plus for Dogs 89-132 lbs:
Active ingredients (per 4.02 ml applicator) Amount
Fipronil 9.8%
(S)-methoprene 8.8%

ADVANTAGE II DESCRIPTION:

Advantage II is a monthly flea preventative for dogs and cats that offers comprehensive flea protection by killing adult fleas, larvae, and eggs. Advantage II also treats, prevents, and controls lice on dogs. Advantage II does not kill ticks, so we recommend using the Preventic Tick Collar along with Advantage II (dogs only).

ADVANTAGE II INGREDIENTS:

Advantage II for Dogs 1 to 10 lbs (Small Dog - Green Box) (0.4 mL):
Active Ingredients % By Weight
Imidacloprid 9.10%
Pyriproxyfen 0.46%
Other Ingredients (not specified) 90.44%

Advantage II for Dogs 11 to 20 lbs (Medium Dog - Teal Box) (1.0 mL):
Active Ingredients % By Weight
Imidacloprid 9.10%
Pyriproxyfen 0.46%
Other Ingredients (not specified) 90.44%

Advantage II for Dogs 21 to 55 lbs (Large Dog - Red Box) (2.5 mL):
Active Ingredients % By Weight
Imidacloprid 9.10%
Pyriproxyfen 0.46%
Other Ingredients (not specified) 90.44%

Advantage II for Dogs 55 lbs and Over (Extra Large Dog - Blue Box) (4.0 mL):
Active Ingredients % By Weight
Imidacloprid 9.10%
Pyriproxyfen 0.46%
Other Ingredients (not specified) 90.44%
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I am not sure but Frontline did not works so well with my pets. It actually made them scratch at the area where it was applied. I had no issues with advantage and it seemed to take care of the fleas better and faster.
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whats the difference btw the advantage flea and tick topical for dogs and the flea and tick drops for dogs?

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Both topical..on the skin as opposed to by mouth.
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Call your Vet to be on the safe side.
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They are the same. They are topical (applied to the skin) liquid drops.
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in my opinion none they are bad..chemicals.. have you heard about the tags for animals and people.. they work by a frequency to make the insects not want to go on you or your pets!! i've been using them since i found them and they work great and save you $$$
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The Advantage II says for dogs over 55 pounds. If my dog is 150 pounds, how many will I need to use at one time?

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Get the 55 pounds and the next treatment down under 55 pounds.
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Yoou should ask your vet. It makes sense that you use one per month. My dog is 85 pounds and one works for her.
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The package goes by the dogs weight. Call your Vet for the correct amount since your dog weighs more the the average dog.
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From my understanding you only need one, the directions say to apply it to the neck, middle of the back, and at the base of the tail. So if you follow that you shouldn't have a problem.
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Is there a danger to putting advantage II for dogs between 20 and 55 lbs. on a dog that is less than 20 lbs. ?

We currently have 2 dogs, but we are getting ready to acquire my mother n laws dog as well. So we will have 2 dogs that will be close to 30 lbs. and one dog that is less then 20 lbs. Can I buy one type of advantage II? or do I need to buy separate for the smaller dog? The smaller dog is close but not quite there.
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Buy separate treatments. Flea drops can be harmful if not used properly.
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Always buy the right size. Never overdose your pet. Don't even try to guess at how much to use...just get the right size. It's cheaper anyway.
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Call your Vet. Some cases the tube can be used for two.
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After working for a resuce group. I have figured out the doses to give smaller dogs. You can google it if needed. I purchase the biggest dose possible and then squeeze it into a container and then use a syringe to divide it up to use on all 4 dogs. I have a 13lb, 5lb, 5lb and 6lb dogs and I tube of the 55lb plus does all 4 of them. Saves me alot of money each month.
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can i order advantage flea stuff and pick it up at the store?

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Why not just pick it up at the store?? My store has it on the shelf.
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they have it in store already and you can't get online price. It will cost more in store because they have to afford storefront - unless they have a separate store sale, which happens!
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Yes, but they will ship Advantage to your home for free.
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how old for a puppy to use flea advange

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Seven weeks and older.
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At least 7 weeks.
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Puppies should be 7 weeks or older before using advantage on them, and preferably over over 4lbs. If under I recommend using Cap star.
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Do puppies have to be a certain age to use flea and tick control items ?

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Yes, please make sure to read the flea treatment instructions and get the correct treatment for their age and weight. Can be harmful.
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I believe that there is a minimum age - but check the labels. The age is lowering all the time as the manufacturers find out what is safe.
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Yes, they should be at least six to eight weeks old.
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What happens if I applied my advantage right after I gave my dog a bath?

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That's normally what I do, as soon as they are dry. It's works just fine. What you never want to do though is put it on and right after wash them. You did it in the correct order.
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Wait until he is primarily dry before you apply the treatment he should be fine.
It may not last as long otherwise.
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The product will not work if you apply after a bath. Always wait 3 days after a bath before applying the product or apply 2 days before the bath.
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Where do this advantage came from is it imported form other country? How come it is Advantage II now before it's Advantage.

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This is manufactured by Bayer (same as aspirin) in Kansas, USA. About the "II" I'm not sure..its improved and does more??
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The original advantage was great but the Advantage II has IGR now.(insect growth regualtor) It works even better than the first version. Bayer company makes Advantage II.
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How do I select the option to ship it to the store? Or how am I able to purschase it online but pick it up at the store?

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Just click on ship to store.
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If your order is over $49 it will ship free and usually arrives in just a few days. I was surprised how fast we received our order. Save your gas if you can :)
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how soon can i use advantage after using a cheaper product that didn't work

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I used it within a week of a bad product without any issues of any kind. I kept an eye on him for a couple of hours just to make sure, check their eyes and behavior. Call to your Vet if you need to.
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Right away! Did it with Frontline and no problems using this right after!
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how long do i wait after treatment for fleas can i bathe my dog

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I would suggest bathing your dog first then applying the flea treatment :)
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What is the difference between Advantage II and Advantix II?

We are rescuing a German shepherd this week and we have two indoor-only cats. The cats have no fleas, but I am certain some may be brought into the house on the dog (which I intend to treat with the best possible flea/tick control--if I learn what that is). I also will begin treating the cats, in case one of the little critters jumps off the dog and onto the rug or cats.
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Advantage for dogs...how many drops to give for a dog 10 to 20 pounds?

We have tubes for bigger dogs, treating 3 dogs.
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how long after giving my dog flea drops do I have to wait to bathe him?

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I have 2 german shepherds both way over 55lbs, do I only need to apply one tube for over 55lbs or should I use two, to equal their weight?

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