Provide a fast and simple solution to your dog’s flea problem with Advantus Large Dog Soft Chew Flea Treatment. This easy-to-administer chew can be fed to your dog as often as once per day and is designed to begin working within just one hour of administration. This oral flea control medication is available without prescription so you can use it for immediate relief, or keep it on hand in preparation of the next flea season. Advantus works to kill adult fleas and is recommended for the treatment of infestations on both dogs and puppies. Get rid of fleas and cut out the mess of topical treatments with this easy-to-feed treat.
- For use on dogs and puppies 10 weeks of age and older and between 23 to 110 pounds.
- Designed with imidacloprid, an insect neurotoxin that works to paralyze and kill fleas within 1 hour of treatment.
- Unique, soft chew can be given straight from your hand and fed as a treat to alleviate your dog and stop infestation.
- Available without a prescription so you can always have chews on hand to stop infestations immediately.
- Cut out the complications of messy topical treatments with a simple daily chew.
Directions for Use
You should weigh your dog before giving this medication to make sure you are using the right size for your dog. Do not give to puppies younger than 10 weeks of age or dogs weighing less than 4 pounds. Do not give more than one tablet a day.
Use the table to find the right dose for your dog:
Soft Chew Strength
One soft chew
7.5mg of Imidacloprid
One soft chew
37.5mg of Imidacloprid
*If your dog becomes re-infested, you can safely repeat treatment as often as once a day.
Starts to kill fleas within 1 hours.
Greater than 96% effectiveness against adult fleas within 4 hours.
Imidacloprid 37.5 mg per soft chew for large dog size (23-110 lbs)
Fleas rise to the top of your pet's coat as they die, so consider it a triumph if you start seeing more fleas at first, after treating your pet. If you’re still seeing fleas after application, it may be because your pet has picked up new fleas from the environment, which may include other pets, surfaces and outdoor areas. It may take up to 30 days to break the entire flea life cycle. Additionally, you should also treat sources of new fleas (i.e., carpet, yard, etc.) to ensure complete flea control.