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Advantus Soft Chew


Product Description

Provide a fast and simple solution to your dog’s flea problem with Advantus Soft Chew Flea Treatment. This easy-to-administer chew can be fed to your dog as often as once per day and is designed to begin working within just one hour of administration. This oral flea control medication is available without prescription so you can use it for immediate relief, or keep it on hand in preparation of the next flea season. Advantus works to kill adult fleas and is recommended for the treatment of infestations on both dogs and puppies. Get rid of fleas and cut out the mess of topical treatments with this easy-to-feed treat.


advantus™ is a flavored soft chew for dogs and puppies 10 weeks of age and older and weighing 4 pounds or greater.

Active Ingredients: advantus™ contains 7.5 mg or 37.5 mg of imidacloprid.

Use: advantus™ kills adult fleas and is indicated for the treatment of flea infestations on dogs and puppies 10 weeks of age and older and weighing 4 pounds or greater.

Warnings: Not for human use. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children and pets.

Side Effects: Side effects seen with this drug include vomiting, decreased appetite, decreased energy, soft stools and difficulty walking.

Directions: You should weigh your dog before giving this medication to make sure you are using the right size for your dog. Do not give to puppies younger than 10 weeks of age or to dogs weighing less than 4 pounds. Do not give more than one tablet a day.

Use the table to find the right dose for your dog:

Dosing Table

Body Weight


Soft Chew Strength

4-22 lbs

One Soft Chew

7.5 mg imidacloprid

23-110 lbs

One Soft Chew

37.5 mg imidacloprid

To give advantus™, place the soft chew directly in your dog’s mouth or allow your dog to take the soft chew from your hand. Watch closely to ensure your dog swallows the soft chew.

A single dose kills adult fleas on your dog. Because advantus™ does not have an effect on fleas in the environment, your dog may become re-infested with fleas. If your dog becomes re-infested, you can safely repeat treatment as often as once a day. Contact your veterinarian if you have any questions about flea infestations on your dog.

Treat all pets in your household with a flea protection product. advantus™ should only be given to dogs.