Is Advantix the same as advocate?
Let us now look at the basic difference between both of these products: What they treat: Advantix is a spot-on treatment that protects your dog from ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and sandflies, while Advocate is the only spot-on treatment that controls fleas, heartworm and gastrointestinal worms in dogs.
Is advocate and advantage the same?
Advocate does not treat ticks or tapeworm (Advantage does not treat ticks). Advantage is not the same as Advocate without the womer either. Advantage + Drontal is reasonable alternative to Advocate but will not treat ear mites, sarcoptic mange, heartworm, some lungworm and a couple of other less common parasites.
Can you use 2 small dog flea treatment on large?
Do not apply more than one tube per treatment, even for larger dogs. Under normal conditions, one dose will last 4 weeks. However, in severe infestations, it may be necessary to retreat the dog earlier in order to attain control.
How soon can I use advocate after frontline?
This is because Frontline is not effective against any worms. We also advise not to give multiple treatments at the same time. You should leave 2 weeks between administering spot-on treatment (e.g. Advocate) and a worming tablet (e.g. Milbemax).
Can I use advocate and Seresto together?
It is concluded that Seresto(®) is chemically compatible with solvents used in major spot-on formulations on the market and is dermally and systemically safe for adult dogs and cats when used concomitantly with Advocate(®) and Profender(®) spot-on formulations.
Can I use Seresto collar and advocate together?
Does Advocate treat ticks on dogs? No, but Advocate can be used safely with the Seresto Collar for Dogs, which will provide 4 months of protection against ticks, including the deadly paralysis tick.
Which is best advantage or advocate?
Advocate is your best choice if you want all-in-one protection against fleas, heartworm and most common intestinal worms. In cats and dogs, Advocate protects against: Fleas. Heartworm.
Does advocate get rid of fleas?
Advocate kills fleas, flea larvae, roundworms and hookworms and also treats ear mite infections and prevents heartworm in cats and dogs.
Is advocate better than frontline?
Advocate can be used both as a preventative and cure, and is again a broad spectrum wormer and also controls fleas, ear mites sarcoptic mange and demodicosis, but to my knowledge does not touch Ticks or I think Tape worms. Frontline controls fleas and ticks but does not touch worms. So there you are.
What happens if you put too much flea medicine on your dog?
Common signs of toxicity from flea products containing organophosphates are diarrhea, vomiting, difficulty breathing, small pupils, muscle tremor, weakness or falling over, and drooling. Organophosphate toxicity can be rapidly fatal, depending on the ingredients and dose the pet is exposed to.
Can I give my dog two doses of flea medicine?
Don’t use multiple flea and tick products on your dog as this increases the risk of overdose. Make sure you choose a medication and dosage that’s appropriate for a dog in your pet’s weight range.
How soon can I give my dog another flea treatment?
The known safe answer is to wait the period of time the product is supposed to work, typically 30 days, before reapplying. An alternative is to bathe the pet in a detergent shampoo (meant to strip off skin oils) and reapply after 24 hours.
Can you give a dog flea and worm treatment together?
Yes you can certainly use these products together. Dewormers are often given in conjunction with heartworm preventatives, even though they both treat for intestinal worms because the safety margin…
Can I use profender and advocate at the same time?
I agree with what MOS has said. Advocate also protects against earmites and heartworm which Advantage and Profender don’t claim to do. My friend uses advocate at her sanctuary and swears by it, but she also uses Profender for tapeworms. You can get advocate and profender online but only with a vets prescription.
Can you give a dog heartworm medicine and flea medicine at the same time?
FLEAS, TICKS, & HEARTWORMS, OH MY!!
It is important to keep them on preventatives year round! … It is a once a month, ORAL, flea and tick prevention for dogs. No more sticky, smelly topicalls. It can be given at the same time as their monthly Heartgard- ONCE-a- MONTH!