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Advantage Flea Treatment for Cats and Dogs

Should I choose Advantage?

Advantage for dogs is a fast-acting, easy to use spot on flea treatment. Advantage offers a rapid onset formula which stops fleas from biting your cat or dog within 5 minutes of application and starts to kill the fleas within only one hour. Advantage also reduces the incidence of flea allergy dermatitis and can be used as a flea treatment for rabbits and ferrets. Advantage can be used to prevent flea infestation in flea free animals when taken into an environment where fleas may be present (like to the vet) by applying a single dose 20 minutes beforehand.

 Tell me more about Advantage

Advantage for cats kills adult fleas and flea larvae within 20 minutes of application and stops the fleas from feeding on your dog or cat in as little as 5 minutes. The unique formula used by Advantage does not require the flea to bite your pet to receive a lethal dose. As Advantage stops the fleas from feeding on your pet, the use of Advantage can reduce the incidence of flea allergy dermatitis. Flea allergy dermatitis can constant scratching, licking or biting of their skin which can actually lead to secondary infection in your pet. Not only does Advantage kill the fleas on your dog or cat, but it also treats the surroundings meaning you can relax and be flea free within your home.

Does your dog enjoy swimming? This flea treatment is water resistant allowing them to swim freely without the stress of losing their protection from nasties.


Suitable for every lifestage

Advantage Flea treatment for cats and dogs is safe to use on pregnant and lactating animals, kittens and puppies right through to mature aged cats and dogs and is safe for use on rabbits and ferrets too! With the unique Advantage formula, it is not necessary to treat puppies and kittens that have not been weaned as the treatment of the mother will protect her litter as well. The easy to use single use pipette makes application a breeze and takes away the pain of administering tablets or sprays which many animals find unpleasant.