Are You Planning to Administer Adavantage Multi Dog? Here is What You Should Know

Advantage Multi is a once a month topical application with a combination of parasiticide (moxidectin) and insecticide (imidacloprid). It is mainly used to prevent heartworm and to treat and stop the growth of flea infestations, roundworms, whipworms and hookworms. To get Advantage Multi Dog, you need to produce prescription from your vet. For dogs more than 7 weeks of age and weighing at least 3 lbs, it is the right flea fighting medicine.

Benefits of Advantage Multi

  • It is able to prevent heartworms, roundworms, hookworms both in dogs as well as cats. It kills whipworms in dogs and ear mites in cats.
  • Easy to use, once a moth  application
  • Dog owners often purchase Preventic collar to fight against tick infestation

How it works

Moxidectin, one of the active ingredients is used to prevent and control the growth of heartworms as well as intestinal worms by disrupting nerve transmission which results in the paralysis and death of the parasite. Another active ingredient imidacloprid, effectively acts on the nervous system of the flea causing paralysis which results into its death.

Discuss with vet before you administer it

Do not just simply buy it over the counter and start administering it. Discuss with your vet in advance and tell him if your pet is breeding, pregnant or lactating. Avoid using this medicine on the dogs allergic to Advantage Multi or any of the ingredients present in the medicine – imidacloprid (Advantage, K9 Advantix) or moxidectin (ProHeart).


Even though the side effects of Advantage Plus are very limited, individual sensitivities may occur after using any pesticide product on dogs. On notice of any such sign, contact your vet on immediate basis. Safety of this medicine is not proved in breeding, pregnant or lactating animals.


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