Direction for Use
K9 Advantix is available in four packs categorized by the weight of dogs – K9 Advantix small dogs/pups (Green colored pack for 1-10lbs bodyweight), K9 Advantix medium dogs (Aqua colored pack for 11-20lbs bodyweight), K9 Advantix large dogs (Red colored pack for 21-55lbs bodyweight) and K9 Advantix extra large dogs (Blue colored pack for >55 lbs bodyweight).
Choose the relevant pack depending on your pet’s weight. Make the dog stand for ease of application. Part the fur between the shoulder blades to make the skin visible. Invert the opened tube and place the tip of the tube onto the skin. Empty the tube by squeezing out the content.
For dogs weighing less than 20 lbs, apply at one spot. For larger dogs apply at 3-4 places on the backbone starting from spot between the shoulder blades till the base of the tail. Allow the application sites to dry. Do NOT groom treated pet or touch the applied site until it is completely dry.
You can treat 7 weeks and older puppies, adult dogs, lactating and pregnant females with K9 Advantix. Repeat on a monthly basis, if possible then on the same date. Consult veterinarian while treating sick or debilitated dogs.
- Fast acting treatment that kills fleas within 24 hours and ticks within 48 hours.
- Prevents re-infestations by killing fleas before they lay eggs.
- Kills flea larvae found in the surroundings.
- Remains effective in repelling ticks for 4 weeks.
- Kills mosquitoes and repels them for 2 to 4 weeks.
- Controls Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD).
- It is safe to use on 7 weeks and older puppies, dogs, pregnant and lactating females.
- K9 Advantix is highly poisonous for cats so, do NOT use on cats.
- Keep felines away from treated dogs until the application site is completely dry.
- Keep away from the dog’s eyes and mouth.
- Keep away from children, edibles and animal feeds.
- Store in a cool place, below 30 °C.
- Allow treated dogs to get wet only after 48 hours of application.
- Increased itching, redness or lethargy might be observed in rare cases. If the signs persist then immediately, consult a veterinarian.