Trying to decide upon the best flea and tick treatment for cats can be difficult. The right product for your pet depends on your location (prevalence of fleas and ticks), the option of using combination products for heartworm and intestinal worms, and the resistance of fleas and ticks to certain chemicals which may render some products ineffective. The monthly dosage products (such as spot-ons and chewable tablets) are by far the most effective and easiest to use in most instances. Bear in mind that the sprays (Frontline and Frontera) are the only products registered for tick prevention in cats. Advantix can kill cats, and should never be used on cats for tick prevention. Feel free to contact us should you need any guidance on what product is best for your cat.
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Advantage is the fastest way to a flea-free home. An easy-to-use spot-on, Advantage is applied monthly. Its super ingredient stops fleas biting within 3 to 5 minutes and kills both adult fleas and larvae within 20 minutes – breaking the flea life cycle. Learn More
Advocate is the closest thing to a vaccine against Australia’s most common parasites. An easy-to-use spot-on, it is applied once a month. The super ingredients in Advocate provide fast relief from fleas, prevent deadly heartworm and protect both your cat and your family from most gastrointestinal worms. Advocate is safe for kittens from 9 weeks of age and ferrets weighing 0.8 kg or more. It’s water-resistant too. Learn More