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Advocate heartworm treatment for dogs is a liquid insecticide that is applied to the back of the neck of animals in a spot-on form. It’s a yellow-brown solution containing imidacloprid and moxidectin that treats dogs and cats for parasites. In order to give accurate doses to pets of different sizes, Advocate is available in several concentrations. The treatment comes in white pipettes in packets of 3 or 6, manufactured by Bayer.
Advocate treats and prevents fleas in dogs and can also be used as part of a routine regimen for flea allergic dermatitis (FAD). Additionally, Advocate is used to treat ear mites and prevent heartworm, roundworm, lungworm, and whipworm parasites in dogs.
Advocate Dosage and Administration
Usually once a month or every four weeks, Advocate is applied topically to the back of the neck. Apply it between the shoulder blades, where your pet cannot lick it off. Advocate comes in different doses depending on your pet's weight. Most veterinary medicines can be given along with Advocate without causing any problems.
What does Advocate treat?
Advocate treats Fleas, mites, lice, intestinal worms and heartworm.
How is Advocate given and how often?
Topically applying a pipette liquid to the back of the neck. It is best to give monthly treatments to treat parasites and prevent further infestations.
How long does Advocate take to work?
Advocate works rapidly, stopping fleas from biting within five minutes of application. Following application, adult fleas are killed within twenty minutes.
How long does Advocate last?
Advocate is durable, water-resistant, and lasts for a month once applied.
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