Advantage For Cats
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Rating: 4.5

Average rating from 26 reviews.

(4.5 out of 5, based on 26 reviews)

Advantage is a once a month topical flea treatment for dogs and puppies 7 weeks or older and cats and kittens 8 weeks or older. Advantage stops fleas from biting in 3-5 minutes and kills 98-100% of the fleas on dogs and cats within 12 hours of application. Advantage kills re-infesting fleas within 2 hours and lasts up to 1 month. Kills fleas before they lay eggs. One treatment prevents further infestation for at least 4 weeks.
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Alison L.
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Rating: 5

Works Well

posted 5 years ago

Product works well to control fleas. Easy to apply and lasts for a while.

Pros: Good Product

Cons: n/a

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Jodi S.
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Rating: 4

Another good option for flea/tick prevention

posted 5 years ago

I primarily utilize Frontline Plus for my dogs and cats, but I have used Advantage when I fostered a cat who was allergic to some of the components in Frontline. Apparently, the formulation is different enough that Advantage is a good alternative if you have a pet sensitive to certain chemicals.

Advantage is definitely effective, but it's only good for up a month while Frontline advertises flea prevention for up to three. With the current increase of Frontline immunity in the flea population though, Advantage may be a better alternative until some of the new flea/tick products such as Comfortis are fully tested.

While it's not my flea/tick preventative of choice, Advantage is still a safe, effective product, and it's worth what you pay for it. There's a reason that vets only have actively supported it and Frontline for sale in their offices.

Pros: Available at vets and many online retailers, packaing easier to open

Cons: Shorter effectiveness than Frontline but price is comparable

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