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Advantage Multi vs Advantage II

Compare Advantage Multi Spot-On to Advantage II Spot-On

Advantage Multi and Advantage II, both from Bayer, are trusted spot-on parasite treatments that are available as dog and cat formulas.

Both Advantage II and Advantage Multi use the active ingredient Imidacloprid to provide month-long protection against adult fleas. Advantage II also includes Pyriproxyfen to kill flea eggs and larvae, providing extra protection.

The key difference between these topicals is that Advantage Multi is a broad-spectrum treatment that includes the active ingredient Moxidectin. It protects against heartworm, roundworms, and hookworms in dogs and cats, and whipworms in dogs.

Advantage Multi may be used on dogs from 7 weeks and cats from 9 weeks. Advantage II may be used on dogs as young as 7 weeks and cats from 8 weeks of age. Please ensure you have the correct product for your pet’s body weight.

Top tip: Fleas and ticks can carry nasty diseases, but protecting your pet doesn’t need to be difficult. Use our comparison chart to weigh up the pros and cons of the most popular products.

  Advantage Multi Advantage II
Kills Fleas yes tick yes tick
Repels Fleas - -
Mata ovos e larvas de pulgas - yes tick
Kicks Ticks - -
Repele carrapatos - -
Mata e / ou repele mosquitos - -
Prevents Heartworm yes tick -
Prevents Roundworms yes tick -
Prevents Hookworms yes tick -
Prevents Whipworms yes tick -
Other Parasites   Treats and controls lice infestations
Safe for Pregnant or Nursing Pets yes tick yes tick
When does it starts working Mata pulgas em 12 horas Mata pulgas em 12 horas
Application Topical Topical
Ingredientes ativos) Imidacloprid, Moxidectin Imidacloprid, Pyriproxyfen
Dosagem Por mês Por mês

Advantage Multi vs Advantage II

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