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Advantix II K9 Flea Tick & Mosquito Treatment Extra Large Dog Over 55 lbs -- 4 Tubes


Advantix II K9 Flea Tick & Mosquito Treatment Extra Large Dog Over 55 lbs
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Advantix II K9 Flea Tick & Mosquito Treatment Extra Large Dog Over 55 lbs -- 4 Tubes

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Advantix II K9 Flea Tick & Mosquito Treatment Extra Large Dog Over 55 lbs Description

  • Large Dog Over 55 lbs
  • Topical Prevention and Treatment of Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes, Biting flies and Lice
  • For Monthly Use ONLY on Dogs and Puppies 7 Weeks of Age and Older and Weighing Over 55 lbs.
  • Waterproof
  • Repels and Kills ticks • Repels and Kills fleas • Repels and Kills Mosquitoes

  • Repels and kills ticks including Deer ticks (vector of Lyme disease), American dog ticks (vector of Rocky Mountain spotted fever), Brown dog ticks (vector of Ehrlichiosis) and Lone Star ticks (vector of Ehrlichiosis) for up to four weeks
  • Repels and kills all life stages of fleas
  • Prevents fleas on treated dogs from infesting your home
  • Kills fleas on dogs within 12 hours  and continues to prevent infestations for a month
  • Prevents development of all flea stages for a month
  • Larval flea stages in the dog's surroundings are killed following contact with a K9 Advantix® II treated dog
  • Repels and kills mosquitoes for up to four weeks
  • Repels and prevents blood-feeding by biting flies
  • Kills chewing lice


Directions

For Directions for Use, Storage and Disposal, and First Aid, see package insert.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredients (% by Weight):
Imidacloprid (8.80%)
Permethrin* (44.00%)
Pyriproxyfen (0.44%)
Other Ingredients (46.76%)
Total (100.00%)
*cis/trans ratio: max 55% cis and min 45% (+/-) trans
Warnings

Precautionary Statements

Hazards to Humans

WARNING. Causes substantial but temporary eye injury. Do not get in eyes or on clothing. Harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin or clothing. Harmful if absorbed through skin. Avoid contact with skin. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet. Remove and wash contaminated clothing before reuse.

 

Hazards to Domestic Animals

For external use on dogs only. Do not use on animals other than dogs. Do not use on puppies under seven 7 weeks of age. Do not get this product in dog's eyes or mouth. As with any product, consult your veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals. Individual sensitivities, while rare, may occur after using ANY pesticide product for dogs. If signs persist, or become more severe, consult a veterinarian immediately. If your animal is on medication, consult your veterinarian before using this or any other product.

 

Environmental Hazards

This product is extremely toxic to aquatic organisms, including fish and invertebrates. Do not add directly to water. Do not contaminate water when disposing of product or packaging.

 

Side Effects

Monitor  your dog after application. Side effects, although very rare, may include signs of skin irritation such as redness, scratching or other signs of discomfort. Gastrointestinal signs such as vomiting or diarrhea have also been reported. If these or other side effects (such as lethargy or agitation) occur, consult your veterinarian or call 1-800-422-9874.

 

DO NOT USE ON CATS - MAY BE FATAL

Keep cats away from treated dogs for 24 hours. If applied to a cat or ingested by a cat, contact your veterinarian immediately.

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How to Deep Clean Your Home After a Flea Infestation

If you’re an experienced pet owner, you’ve probably master the safe and natural ways to  prevent and treat your dog or cat for fleas. But if you feel like you’re constantly fighting an uphill battle, the problem may not be your pets, it might be your house itself. Fleas don’t only live in your dog or cat’s fur, they also live and multiply in pet bedding, carpet, furniture, drapes, and even your yard. Follow these foolproof tips to fight fleas in and around your home this summer.

Woman Cuddling Dog on Clean Couch After Treating it for Flea Infestation | Vitacost.com/blog

Clean the carpets

If you have carpet in your home, even an area rug, those pesky little parasites can hang out, getting all cozy and warm, laying eggs and wreaking havoc on your home. Sprinkle baking soda onto the carpet and use a broom to work it beneath the nap of the fibers where the fleas and eggs like to nestle snug as a, well, bug in a rug. Let it sit for an hour and then vacuum the carpet thoroughly. Be sure to keep your dog or cat off the carpet until you’ve removed the baking soda so as to avoid them accidentally ingesting it.

Flea-proof furniture

You’ll want to vacuum any cloth furniture and window coverings just like you did the carpet. If the flea problem is really tough to tackle and you feel like you’ve been losing the battle despite your best efforts, you can use the same baking soda treatment on cloth furniture but it can be more challenging to get out of the cracks and crevices and possibly discolor furniture, so beware.

Once you have removed the existing problem, treat your furniture and drapes with a vinegar solution (see below) twice a week to scare them away. 

Pet bedding

Kill it with fire, as they say. If you can wash it, be relentless. Hot water, long wash cycle and into the dryer with a temperature that rivals the fires of Hades. If it’s too big to put in the washer or dryer, vacuum it as thoroughly as possible and spray with the vinegar solution.

Treat your yard

Keep any bushes, shrubs, vines, and the like well trimmed and under control. Be sure not to let weeds turn into a jungle and if you have a lawn, trim the grass regularly to keep flea under control and your HOA happy. Diatomaceous earth sprinkled in your lawn or garden will create an inhospitable environment for fleas and other pests. Diatomaceous earth is safe to use around kids and pets, given that many types are even safe for ingestion, so that’s a big reason to take this route as opposed to dousing your yard in insecticides and poison. 

Dehumidify the house

Turns out fleas are fickle little guys. They need a very specific humidity level to thrive and reproduce. Buy or rent a dehumidifier for each room where the fleas are flourishing. Crank them up to get the humidity below 50 percent and keep it there for 2-3 days. All the fleas, larvae and eggs will literally shrivel up and die, then you can laugh maniacally as you vacuum them up like the flea-fighting master mind that you are.   

Flea haven hot spots

  • Pet bedding
  • Carpet
  • Furniture
  • Grass/lawn

Homemade Flea Spray 

Ingredients

Directions

Mix ingredients well in a spray bottle. Spray fabrics 1-2 times per week to prevent re-infestation.

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