Say Goodbye To Fleas and Lice Quickly With K9 Advantix II

Dogs, we just love them don’t we? Well so do fleas, ear mites, and lice. It’s no laughing matter for your pet either.

These three species are spreaders of bacteria and infections, and also can provoke flare ups on the skin.

Some of these diseases can be fatal, or difficult and expensive to treat, so doesn’t it make a whole lot of sense to prevent the problem rather than leave it?

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Image credit: Jonathan Valdes

It would be great to discover a product which tackles all external parasite problems in one go, but usually they only target one or two types.

Don’t despair though, a simple product that does exactly that is K9 Advantix II XL Dog Vet-Recommended Flea, Tick & Mosquito Treatment & Prevention.

Simply part the hair at the back of the neck, between the shoulder blades, and apply one application per month. The fleas will be killed within 12 hours. The issue is resolved!

After you apply to the back of the neck in one topical application, it doesn’t hurt or irritate your pet. In fact he won’t notice it is there, but you certainly will notice when your pet is clear of ticks and fleas.

Several treatments in one, K9 Advantix II firstly kills the fleas with a strong insecticide. It treats and controls fleas, ticks, mosquitos, biting flies, and lice. It isn’t a heartworm solution, though, and that should be treated with a specific product instead.

Good news for family’s with children, and those with allergies, K9 Advantix II is also fragrant free and waterproof.

You should take the threat of fleas very seriously as they may not only harm your pet, but also your home, causing a distinctly unwelcome presence.

K9 Advantix II is formulated has different formulations for dogs depending on their size. It should only be used on puppies who are aged 7 weeks or older.

Of course if your dog ever displays the symptoms of an allergic reaction such as fitting, salivation, twitching, shaking and so on, don’t delay – get to the vet as soon as you can and stop the use of K9 Advantix II. These are the signs of a toxic reaction to the meds.

Please consult your vet before using the product on elderly, ill, or nursing dogs.

Of course this medication is a topical application and should not be given orally! Keep all medicines locked up and away from little hands and little paws.


  • Rebecca Foxton

    The guest author is a passionate dog lover and enthusiast with years of experience in canine care and training. With a deep understanding of dog behavior and a commitment to promoting responsible pet ownership, the author shares insightful tips and engaging stories to enrich the lives of both dogs and their owners. The views and opinions expressed in articles written by guest authors on our website are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of our platform.

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