Advocate for Dogs - Flea treatment

Advocate for Dogs - Flea treatment

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Advocate For Dogs (Prescription Required)

Advocate for Dogs is an effective, broad-spectrum parasite treatment and prevention for dogs. It is administered as a spot-on to the back of the neck/between the shoulder blades and soaks into your dog's skin and hair follicles meaning that unlike tablet form treatment,  parasites do not have to bite to be killed by the treatment. Additionally, as your dog's fur sheds naturally around the house or they lay in spots that they will kill any lingering parasites and larvae that remain in soft furnishings. 

Advocate — A Spot-On Treatment

Advocate for dogs is supplied in packs of 3 or 6 single-use pipettes and contains two active substances, imidacloprid and moxidectin.

Advocate for dogs is available as a spot-on solution and comes in different strengths and pack sizes, depending on the size of the animal being treated. The dose sizes are <4kg, 4-10kg, 10-25kg. 25-40kg and >40kg

Which Parasites Are Killed by Advocate for Dogs?

Advocate for dogs is a broad spectrum combination treatment used to treat and prevent the following parasites;

  • fleas and their larvae
  • ear mites
  • biting lice
  • hookworm
  • roundworm
  • whipworm
  • heartworm
  • sarcoptic mange
  • Demodex canis

Alongside preventing parasite infestations in healthy dogs, Advocate for dogs is often used for dogs that suffer from flea allergy dermatitis.

The medicine can only be obtained with a prescription and is not available to purchase from a pet shop.

Legal Category: POM-V

To find details on all veterinary medicinal products currently authorised in the UK, please see the VMD's Product Information Database.

IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION: this is a Veterinary Prescription Only Medicine (POM-V), which can only be prescribed by a veterinary surgeon, but may be dispensed by another veterinary surgeon or pharmacist. 

Download a Vetscriptions Prescription form.

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