Heartworm disease prevention that forgives if you forget.
We’re only human. When life gets busy, it can be hard to remember to give heartworm disease prevention on the exact same day every month. Fortunately, there’s Advantage Multi® for Dogs (imidacloprid + moxidectin).*Buy near me
Life happens. Fortunately, there’s Advantage Multi® for Dogs.
Due to the heartworm lifecycle, monthly heartworm disease prevention given on the same day every 30 days helps to prevent baby worms from growing into adults and causing heartworm disease.
With Advantage Multi® for Dogs, after four consecutive monthly doses there is enough medicine in your pet’s body to kill any new baby heartworms that may be introduced between monthly doses.
That means after four monthly doses in a row, if you forget and go over 30 days between treatments, just treat immediately and resume your monthly schedule.Buy near me
HUMAN WARNINGS: Children should not come into contact with application sites for two (2) hours after application. PRECAUTIONS: Prior to administration of Advantage® Multi for Dogs, dogs should be tested for existing heartworm infections.
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Without prevention, foot-long worms can live in your dog’s heart.
Once a dog is infected with heartworms, it’s only a matter of months before foot-long worms can invade the lungs and heart, and lead to severe consequences and even death.
Advantage Multi® for Dogs prevents heartworm disease by targeting baby heartworms before they grow into foot-long adult heartworms.
PRECAUTIONS: Use with caution in sick, debilitated or underweight animals. The safety of Advantage Multi® for Dogs has not been established in breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs.
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One monthly treatment that does more than just prevent heartworm disease.
With Advantage Multi® for Dogs, your dog gets broad-spectrum protection all in one monthly easy-to-apply topical solution.
In addition to prevention against heartworm disease, Advantage Multi® for Dogs also kills fleas and treats and controls roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and sarcoptic mange.See product details
Broad-spectrum protection with one solution.
With just one treatment, once a month, Advantage Multi® for Dogs prevents heartworm disease – and also kills fleas through contact, so fleas don’t have to bite to die.
Advantage Multi® for Dogs works to:
- Prevent heartworm disease
- Treat circulating microfilariae in heartworm-positive dogs
- Kill adult fleas and treat flea infestations
- Treat and control common intestinal parasites: roundworms, hookworms and whipworms
- Treat and control sarcoptic mange
HUMAN WARNINGS: Children should not come in contact with application sites for two (2) hours after application. PRECAUTIONS: Prior to administration of Advantage Multi® for Dogs, dogs should be tested for existing heartworm infections.
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Did you know... a single dog can be infected with several hundred heartworms?1
Any dog at any age can become infected with heartworms. It just takes one bite from one infected mosquito – and each mosquito can fly as far as three miles every day.2
Advantage Multi® for Dogs prevents heartworm disease by killing immature stages of heartworms, including the microfilaria stage, to break the heartworm lifecycle.
1 Heartworm Basics. American Heartworm Society website. Available at
https://www.heartwormsociety.org/pet-owner-resources/heartworm-basics. Accessed October 2, 2015.
2How far can mosquitoes fly? Frequently asked questions. American Mosquito Control Association website. Available at: . Accessed November 17, 2015.
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Did you know... in just one month, 10 fleas can reproduce into 250,000 fleas?3
Advantage Multi® for Dogs works through contact to kill fleas and treat flea infestations, so fleas don’t have to bite to die.
Here’s why that’s important: In one day, a single female flea can lay up to 50 eggs.4 That means that it’s easy for one flea to create an infestation, which can cause bites that are itchy, uncomfortable, and even painful to your dog.
3 Safeguarding animals from summer heat and pests. World Animal Foundation website. Available at: http://www.worldanimalfoundation.net/companion_animals.html#TOC-Safeguarding Animals-from-Summer-He. Accessed October 2, 2014.
4 Dryden MW. (1989) Host association, on-host longevity and egg production of Ctenocephalides felis felis. Vet Parasit. 34(1-2):117-122.
CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. CONTRAINDICATIONS: Do not use this product (containing 2.5% moxidectin) on cats. PRECAUTIONS: Treatment with an approved adulticide therapy is recommended because Advantage Multi® for Dogs is not effective for the treatment of adult D. immitis. Advantage Multi® for Dogs has not been evaluated in heartworm positive dogs with Class 4 heartworm disease.
Did you know... Advantage Multi® for Dogs offers broad-spectrum coverage?
- In addition to preventing heartworm disease and killing fleas, Advantage Multi® for Dogs also treats and controls common intestinal parasites and sarcoptic mange.
- Nearly all puppies are born already infected with roundworms.5 One female roundworm may lay 200,000 eggs per day.6
- Hookworm larvae can be ingested or penetrate your dog’s skin. When they’re fully grown, hookworms attach to the intestinal wall, and can leave ulcers behind.
- Whipworms can strike almost anywhere, and whipworm eggs can remain infective in the environment for many years.
- Sarcoptic mange is a skin disease caused by infestation of the Sarcoptes scabiei mite. These mites burrow into the skin, causing intense itching that can lead to hair loss and lesions, such as scabs.
5 Barriga OO. (1988) A critical look at the importance, prevalence and control of toxocariasis and the possibilities of immunological control. Vet Parasitol. 29:195-234.
6 Douglas JR, Baker, NF. (1966) Some host-parasite relationships of canine helminthes. Host-parasite relationships proceedings of the twenty-sixth annual Biology Colloquium. April 23-24. 1965. 1966:97-11.