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K9 Advantix II FAQ

K9 ADVANTIX II


How long after using another topical product do I need to wait before applying K9 Advantix® II?


Please consult your dog's veterinarian for their recommendation.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

How long does K9 Advantix® II last?


A single application of K9 Advantix® II keeps working for a month.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

Can I bathe my dog after applying K9 Advantix® II?


Yes! However, we suggest bathing your dog before applying K9 Advantix® II. Just make sure your dog is thoroughly towel dried.

If you choose to bathe your dog in between treatments, we recommend use of a general grooming shampoo for pets.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

Can I apply K9 Advantix® II more than once a month?


A single application of K9 Advantix® II remains effective for four weeks. However, if the dog has a severe infestation, retreatment within a month may be necessary. Do not retreat more than once every seven days not to exceed weekly treatments. After flea control is attained, return to a monthly treatment schedule.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

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.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

How long does it take for K9 Advantix® II 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.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

Can my dog go swimming after using K9 Advantix® II?


Yes! Your dog is free to take a dip after K9 Advantix® II has been on for 24 hours. More frequent swimming may keep the product from working for the full 30 days.

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

How does K9 Advantix® II work?


Not all products work the same way: K9 Advantix® II is applied to the pet's skin, spreading the active ingredients over your dog's body to kill fleas, ticks and mosquitoes through contact. No biting required!

Do not use K9 Advantix® II on cats.

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