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Advantix for Dogs

Advantix for DogsOnly Advantix kills and repels deadly Paralysis ticks1 before they bite.1

We understand the danger of Paralysis ticks

We know you’d never forgive yourself if a Paralysis tick hurt your precious dogs. That’s why Advantix is specially formulated with super ingredients to protect dogs from irritating biting insects and ticks – including the deadly Australian Paralysis tick.

Parasite protection for total peace of mind

When applied as directed – every fortnight – Advantix provides the best tick control, reducing the worry of ticks because of its unique repellency effect. Advantix also stops fleas, lice and biting insects from harming dogs like Pugs, Poodles and Labradors.

With its easy-to-use spot-on application, Advantix is safe for all dog breeds – from Chihuahuas and Golden Retrievers to Rottweilers and German Shepherds – so you can rest assured your furry friend won’t have to suffer.

We understand fleas cause your dog and family distress

Insect bites make dogs itch and suffer just like people. But just because they’re unavoidable, it doesn’t mean they’re untreatable.
Thanks to its fast and effective flea kill, Advantix wastes no time in creating a flea-free home. With monthly use, Advantix stops fleas from biting within 3 to 5 minutes2 and kills adult fleas and their larvae within 20 minutes of contact3
Unlike other treatments, Advantix kills fleas in your dog’s surroundings as well as your own; and because it breaks the flea lifecycle, it provides all-round flea control – so it’s the only product you need to use.

Advantix kills and repels biting insects

From Maltese Terriers to Beagles and Greyhounds, Advantix kills and repels Stable flies, Sandflies and the mosquitoes responsible for heartworm. What’s more, Advantix is waterproof so it keeps working on all dog breeds like like Staffys, Bulldogs and King Charles Spaniels even after rain, swimming or shampooing.

Gold Standard Protection

Whether you’re a dog breeder, dog trainer or work in a veterinary clinic or pet store, always trust and recommend the gold standard in external parasite protection – Advantix for dogs. Available in pet stores nationwide. Plus, be sure to catch our latest Advantix TV commercial , sign up to our FREE Treatment Reminder Service and use our handy Vet and Pet Finder to locate your nearest veterinary practice or pet store.


1. Dautel H and Cranna R. Assessment of repellency and mortality of a imidacloprid + permethrin spot-on solution against Ixodes holocyclus using a moving object bioassay. Aust Vet Practit. 2006; 36(1): 138-147. 2. Mehlhorn H, Hansen O and Mencke N, Comparative study on the effects of three insecticides (fipronil, imidacloprid, selamectin) on developmental stages of the cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis Bouché 1835): a light and electron microscopic analysis of in vivo and in vitro experiments. Parasitol Res. 2001; 87:198-207. 3. Mehlhorn H, Mencke N and Hansen O, Effects of imidacloprid on adult and larval stages of the flea Ctenocephalides felis after in vivo and in vitro application: a light- and electron-microscopy study. >Parasitol Res. 1999; 85:625-637.

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For use with
Dogs only (do not use on cats)
Acts on
Paralysis ticks, Brown Dog ticks, Bush ticks, Fleas, Lice, Mosquitoes, Sand flies, Stable (biting) flies
Protects against
Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD)
Environmental parasiticidal activity
Yes. Flea larvae are killed in the pets surroundings
Yes, when used as directed
Safe for
Puppies from 7 weeks of age
Topical (spot-on)
Once a fortnight for paralysis ticks. Once a month for other covered parasites.
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