Advantage vs. Advantix

Comparison between Advantage Spot-On to K9 Advantix Spot-On

Advantage and Advantix are both from the same manufacturer, Bayer. In addition, both have the same active ingredient, Imidacloprid. However, they have some essential differences that determine whether the product is the best choice for your pet.

These monthly topical treatments kill adult fleas, helping break the breeding cycle by eliminating them before they can lay eggs. They also help to kill biting lice.

Advantix has an active ingredient Permethrin that kills ticks and also helps to protect your dog from the disease they carry. Advantix is available for dogs only and cannot use on cats.

Advantage Spot-On comes for both cats & dogs and is the exact product required for your pet's body weight and type. 

Ticks and fleas can carry nasty parasites but protecting your pet does not need to be complicated. Please check our comparison chart for the most popular products.

Advantage For Cats and Dogs
Advantix For Dogs
Kills Fleas
Repels Fleas
Kills Flea Eggs and Larvae
Kills Ticks
Repels Ticks
Kills and/or Repels Mosquitoes
Other Parasites
Treats and controls lice infestations
Treat and control lice infections
Safe for Pregnant or Nursing Pets
When does it starts working
Stops Fleas feeding within 3-5 minutes
Active Ingredient(s)



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