Kills and repels fleas, ticks and lice on your pet, so you don't have to worry about annoying pest bites
Contains an insect growth regulator to kill adult fleas, flea larvae and hatching eggs for up to 100 days
Helps control flea bite dermatitis by killing existing biting fleas
Reduces the risk of a tick borne disease by killing ticks that may carry Lyme disease
Easy-to-use spray-on treatment gets every inch of your pet's body
How it Works:
Advantage Treatment Spray contains the active ingredient Nylar, an insect growth regulator that kills larvae, and stops eggs from hatching into biting adult fleas. The second active ingredient is Pyrethrins, an insecticide that kills pests on contact, and the third active ingredient enhances the power of the Pyrethrins. In combination, these three powerful ingredients kill adult fleas and hatching fleas for 100 days, and continue to protect your pet by preventing the fleas development into the biting stage.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not treat dogs under the age of 6 months
Pyrethrins: 0.180% 2-[1-Methyl-2-(4-phenoxyphenoxy) exthoxypyridine: 0.125% *N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide: 0.957% Other Ingredients: 98.738% *MGK 264, Insecticide Synergist
Directions for use:
Cover your pet's eyes with one hand. Do not spray directly in mouth, nose or eyes. Spray your pet's head, ears and chest until damp. With your fingertips, rub into your pet's face and around the mouth, nose and eyes. Then spray pet from neck to tail, finishing at your pet's legs.
For best penetration of spray to skin and on heavy-coated pets, directly spray against the natural lay of the hair, spraying the ruffled hair directly behind the head.
Make sure to thoroughly wet ticks.
When used on miniature and toy breeds of dogs, towel dry after hour if not totally dry. Avoid contact with your pet's genitalia. Repeat as required but not more often than every 7 days (1 week).
For puppies over 6 months:
Wrap your puppy in a towel that has been sprayed lightly with Advantage Treatment Spray. Leave your pet's eyes, nose and mouth exposed. Put some spray on your finger and gently rub around your pet's eyes, nose and mouth area. Keep your pet wrapped up for 5-10 minutes. Fleas may then be removed from the coat by picking or combing them. For best results, all pets in your home should be treated with this product to prevent re-infestation. Do not spray directly onto your puppy and avoid the genitalia. Repeat as required, but not more than once every 14 days (2 weeks).