Frontline Plus vs. K9 Advantix

Comparison between Frontline Plus and Advantix

Spot-on is the common way to treat your cats and dogs from fleas and ticks. Although there are many products available in the market, you need to make sure which one is the best for your pet.

Frontline Plus and Advantix are famous treatments with some key differences and similarities. They kill fleas, ticks, and lice and help control chewing lice infestations. Frontline Plus kills fleas at all life stages, including killing larvae and eggs before they develop into adult fleas.

Frontline Plus is available for cats and also kills fleas at all life stages, and ticks also help to treat lice infestations, 

Advantix is more focused on treating the ticks, repelling them before they bite your dog, and killing existing ticks. Advantix can be applied as often as every two weeks to treat paralysis ticks.

Frontline Plus is safe for kittens and cats at the age of eight weeks and puppies and dogs at the age of eight weeks. Advantix is safe to use on puppies and dogs at the age of seven weeks.

Please choose the correct size according to your pet's body weight.

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

Frontline Plus For Cats & DOgs
Advanatix For Dogs
Kills Fleas
Repels Fleas
Kills Flea Eggs and Larvae
Kills Ticks
Repels Ticks
Kills and/or Repels Mosquitoes
Other Parasites
Eliminates infestations with chewing lice, aids in the control of sarcoptic mange infestation
Treats and controls lice infestations
Safe for Pregnant or Nursing Pets
When does it starts working
Kills fleas within 12 hours and ticks within 48 hours
Stops fleas feeding within 3 to 5 minutes
Active Ingredient(s)



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