Advocate Kitten Orange Up To 4kgs
Advocate Orange for Small Cats and Kittens over 9 weeks of age and up to 4kg.
Advocate is an easy to use, monthly spot-on treatment that protects your cat from fleas, heartworm, intestinal worms and other nasty parasites.
Kills and prevents fleas for one monthControls major intestinal worms, including roundworm and hookworm
Treats and controls lungworm
Treats and controls ear mites
Advocate is one of the most broad spectrum parasite prevention products available for cats. It provides fast acting relief from fleas, that lasts for a whole month. It kills adult fleas and their larvae within 20 minutes of application to break the flea life cycle and prevent reinfestation. When applied monthly, Advocate also protects your cat from deadly heartworm disease. Although heartworm disease is less common in cats than dogs, there are no safe treatment options available, making prevention essential. Advocate controls lungworm and ear mites, as well as intestinal worms hookworm and roundworm.
Lungworm is more prevalent in Australia than originally thought, a survey of stray cats found that 16% were infected. Cats contract lungworm from consuming animals infected with lungworm larvae, including slugs and mice. Left untreated lungworm results in damage to the lung tissue causing coughing, sneezing and difficulty breathing. Advocate is one of the few products available to protect cats from lungworm.
Safe for use in kittens from 9 weeks of age. The safety of Advocate has not been established in pregnant and lactating queens.
Can also be used in ferrets to protect against fleas, flea larvae and heartworm.
APPLICATION OF ADVOCATE®
Part the fur on the animal‘s neck at the base of the skull until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the pipette on the skin and squeeze the pipette firmly several times to empty its contents directly onto the skin. Application at the base of the skull will minimise the opportunity for the animal to lick the product. Apply only to undamaged skin. - Avoid contact with skin, eyes or mouth.
Hold the pipette in an upright position, and twist and pull off the cap. Reverse the cap and
use it to twist and remove the seal from the pipette.