What is better Advantix or Frontline?
The main differences between K9 Advantix vs Frontline are: K9 Advantix II is more effective in killing fleas, ticks, and lice, whereas Frontline Plus is safer to use. K9 Advantix is a topical flea treatment that further repels flea and tick infestations, whereas Frontline Plus does not.
Can you use Frontline and Advantix?
Frontline products should not be used in conjunction with Advantage or Advantix products. Your pet shouldn’t receive a flea bath if they have recently been introduced to another flea or tick treatment (for example, if your pet was treated with a spot on in the past month).
Can you put Frontline on a dog twice?
If a pet still has fleas, many veterinarians will use the product more frequently than once monthly, sometimes as often as once every 2-3 weeks. However, this process is often considered to be “off label use,” and I would not use the product this way unless first speaking with your pet’s veterinarian.
What’s the difference between Advantix and Advantix II?
The Key Difference Between K9 Advantix And K9 Advantix II The new version has all the same ingredients as the original but has an additional ingredient called IGR, or Insect Growth Regulator. K9 Advantix II kills fleas and ticks in whatever stage of life they are in when the product is applied to your dog.
What’s the difference between Advantix and frontline for dogs?
It protects pets from fleas, ticks, mosquitoes and chewing lice. It also repels ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and flies that bite. In addition to getting rid of fleas, ticks, and chewing lice, Frontline prevents fleas from laying new eggs. Advantix is lethal to cats. Neither product should be used on puppies under 8 weeks old.
Can you use Advantix on a pregnant dog?
If you live in an area with lots of mosquitoes or flies, this may be the best choice. You should consult your veterinarian before using Advantix on a pregnant dog. Frontline Plus kills fleas, ticks, and chewing lice, and prevents fleas from laying new eggs. Frontline is approved for use on pregnant dogs.
How long does Frontline Plus Flea and tick treatment last?
Frontline Plus claims that fleas die within 18 hours of applying the treatment, and ticks within 48 hours. They both continue working for a month. Pet owners largely report similar efficacy for both Advantix and Frontline.
How much does a K9 Advantix 2 treatment cost?
K9 Advantix II has packs of two and six pipettes available and a six-pack for pups weighing 11-20 lbs costs about $78 which works out at $13 per treatment.
Does Frontline Plus really work?
Unlike the original formula, Frontline Plus eliminates fleas and ticks of all life stages. This product is also effective against chewing lice, mosquitoes, and other external parasites. The manufacturer has already phased out the original Frontline. Therefore, Frontline Plus is your only option if you are looking to stick with this brand.
What is the difference between Frontline Plus and Revolution?
Revolution is registered for the control of the American dog tick – Dermacentor variabilis while Frontline Plus is registered for the control of the brown dog tick, the American dog tick, the lone star tick and deer ticks. Revolution contains the active ingredient selamectin while Frontline Plus contains fipronil and S-methoprene.
Does Frontline Plus have any known side-effects?
Frontline Plus Side Effects: Swelling; Itching; Irritation (Applicated Area) Excessive Salivation; Diarrhea; Loss of Appetite; These effects should all subside within 24 hours of applying Frontline Plus; if they persist then you should contact your veterinarian. When applying Frontline Plus, make sure that you are applying the right formula for your pet. The formula varies not only between cats and dogs but it also varies depending on the weight of your pet.
Is pet armor the same as Frontline Plus?
There is pet armor which has the same active ingredient as Frontline. And then there is Pet armor plus, whiich has all the same active ingredients as Frontline plus. Both are exactly the same including the percentages of the active ingredients.