Advocate Spot On for Cats & Dogs
Advocate spot-on is the same product as Advantage Multi, known by different names in different parts of the world. The manufacturer is the same for both Bayer, and it contains the same active ingredients.
Advocate is a monthly topical spot-on treatment that controls fleas, heartworm, gastrointestinal worms (hookworm and roundworm), ear mite infestation, and demodicosis. Advocate spreads rapidly over your pet's body and kills 98-100% of adult fleas within 12 hours of application. It also kills flea larvae and treats and controls intestinal worms, including roundworms and hookworms.
Critical Benefits of Advocate Spot On
- Treats and controls ear mites
- Kills adult fleas and treats flea infestation
- Prevents heartworm disease in cats
- Treats and controls typical intestinal parasites like roundworms and hookworms
How to use Advocate Spot On
Remove the required tubes from the packet. Hold the tube upright and away from you, and pull off the cap.
Reverse the cap and push the cap back on the tube. Twist the cap to break the seal, and then remove the cap from the tube.
Squeeze the tube firmly twice and apply the solution directly to the skin.
- For dogs under 25 kg, apply between the shoulder blades.
- For dogs 25-40 kg, apply by dividing the dose between the shoulder blades, on the midline of the back between the hips, and at one point in
- For topical use only.
- Keep out of reach of animals and children
- Always Wash hands thoroughly after application.
- Please do not allow treated pets to groom each other after application.
- Please do not use it on dogs under seven weeks of age.
- Please do not use it on cats under nine weeks of age.
- Please do not use it on dogs or cats weighing less than 2.2 lbs (1 kg).
- The safety of Advocate for pregnant or lactating animals has not been established.
Side Effects of Advocate Spot On
The most common side effect in cats & dogs are
- Temporary itchiness
- Greasy fur
- Redness of the skin
- Vomiting has also occurred rarely
These signs disappear without further treatment.
Dosage Chart of Advocate for Dogs
Dosage Chart of Advocate for Cats
How long does Advocate last?
One treatment will protect your pet for 30 days.
What is Advocate for?
Advocate protects your pet from Flea, Lice, and Mites. Heartworm & Intestinal Worms.
How to give Advocate?
Use a pipette liquid that needs to apply on the skin of the back of the neck.
How many advocates does my pet need?
It would be best if you gave a dose according to your pet's weight, and your pet will advise the correct size of Advocate is needed.
Can I give Advocate to my six-week-old kitten since she has fleas?
No, Advocate can only be used n kittens under nine weeks. Please consult your vet.