Advantage Multi (Advocate) vs. Advantage II

Comparison Between Advocate (Advantage Multi Spot-On) and Advantage II Spot-On

Advocate (Advantage Multi Spot-On) and Advantage II Spot-On are from the same manufacturer - Bayer. Both are trusted parasites, and that is available for cats and dogs. 

Advantage Multi and Advantage II both have the same active ingredient, Imidacloprid, which will provide a month's protection against adult fleas. At the same time, Advantage II has another ingredient Pyriproxyfen which will kill flea eggs and larvae and provides extra protection.

The only difference between these spot-on is that Advantage Multi has another active ingredient - Moxidectin that protects against roundworms, heartworm, ad hookworms in cats and dogs and whipworms in dogs.

Advantage II can be used for dogs at week seven and eight weeks for cats. Advantage Multi can use on dogs at the age of week seven for dogs and nine weeks for cats. Please use the correct size according to your pet's weight.

You can use our comparison chart for the most popular flea and tick products.

Advocate Spot-On For Cats & Dogs
Advantage II For Dogs
Kills Fleas
Repels Fleas
Kills Flea Eggs and Larvae
Kills Ticks
Repels Ticks
Kills and/or Repels Mosquitoes
Prevents Heartworm
Prevents Roundworms
Prevents Hookworms
Prevents Whipworms
Other Parasites
Treats and controls lice infections
Safe for Pregnant or Nursing Pets
When does it starts working
Kills fleas within 12 hours
Kills fleas within 12 hours
Active Ingredient(s)



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