Twist the cap to break the seal, and then remove the cap from the tube. Part the fur on the back of your cat’s neck and place the tip of the tube on the skin. Squeeze the tube firmly twice and apply the solution directly on the skin.
How do you administer an advocate?
Squeeze the tube firmly twice and apply the solution directly on the skin. For dogs under 25 kg, apply between the shoulder blades. For dogs 25-40 kg, apply by dividing the dose between the shoulder blades, on the midline of the back between the hips, and at one point in between.
How much does advocate for cats cost?
Standard UK Delivery from £2.49.
What does advocate do for cats?
In cats – treatment with Advocate kills fleas and prevents flea infestation for 4 weeks. Advocate also treats ear mites, gastrointestinal roundworms, hookworms, and prevents heartworm. Advocate is usually given monthly and can help in the treatment of flea allergy dermatitis (FAD).
Is advocate the best flea treatment?
Advocate is your best choice if you want all-in-one protection against fleas, heartworm and most common intestinal worms. In cats and dogs, Advocate protects against: Fleas. Heartworm.
How quickly does Advocate work on cats?
How long does it take for Advocate to work on fleas and worms? 98-100 per cent of existing fleas on your cat are killed within 12 hours of the first application. After this, and with monthly use, reinfesting fleas are affected within 3-5 minutes and killed within 1 hour.
What worms does advocate not cover?
It protects against fleas, lice, mites and internal worms including Lungworm. It does not cover tapeworms which are a lower risk and can easily be treated with a 3 monthly wormer such as Drontal alongside your Advocate.
Is advocate safe for cats?
Advocate is a medicine used on cats, ferrets and dogs suffering from, or at risk from, mixed parasitic infections (caused by several different types of parasites):
Is Prinocate the same as advocate?
According to the company, Prinocate contains the same combination of Moxidectin and Imidacloprid as Advocate. In dogs it is licensed for the treatment and prevention of Angiostrongylus vasorum (lungworm); for the treatment and prevention of fleas and also for lice, mites, heartworm and roundworms.
How often should you worm a cat?
Adult cats and dogs
Adult cats/dogs should be wormed every 3 months (4 times yearly), cats who are hunters should be wormed more frequently.
Do spot on cat wormers work?
Dronspot Spot-on cat wormer is highly effective against every type of intestinal worm commonly found in UK cats. It contains two active ingredients that work together to fight worms.
Which is the best worming treatment for cats?
Bayer Drontal Broad Spectrum Dewormer effectively eliminates several types of intestinal parasites including tapeworms, hookworms, and roundworms. One Droncit tablet quickly and safely kills tapeworms in cats and can be given mixed with food.
Can you buy advocate for cats over the counter?
Advocate Small Cat – 3 Pack is a Prescription Only Veterinary Medicine and by law requires a prescription from your vet.
Is advocate better than frontline?
Advocate covers a lot more than frontline. Advocate treats and prevents: heartworm, lungworm, roundworms, whipworms, sarcoptes, demodex, fleas and ear mites. The only things it doesn’t cover is tics and tapeworm. Frontline covers fleas and tics.
What do vets recommend for fleas on cats?
Our top choice for an oral flea control product for cats, Comfortis Chewable Tablets, is fast-acting and good for cats that can’t tolerate topical flea preventives. Its active ingredient, spinosad, starts to work within 30 minutes and kills 98% of adult fleas on cats within four hours.
What can I use instead of advocate?
Synonyms & Antonyms of advocate