Advocate for Cats
The most complete all-in-one parasite protection. Advocate not only treats parasite infections, but monthly treatment can help protect your cat against fleas, heartworm, gastrointestinal worms, lungworm and ear mites.
An easy-to-use spot-on application, Advocate acts on multiple stages of parasites to treat infections faster and sustain protection longer.
Active Constituents/h4> 100g/L Imidacloprid, 10g/L Moxidectin
Why choose Advocate?
• Advocate provides fast relief from fleas
Stops fleas biting in 3-5 minutes. (1)
Kills fleas on contact without the need to bite, which means no irritation, no scratching and no Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD).
Dead fleas can’t transmit flea tapeworm.
• Advocate prevents deadly heartworm The active ingredient (moxidectin) enters your pet’s bloodstream and with monthly use will prevent heartworm infection in cats.
• Advocate protects your pet and family from gastrointestinal worms Advocate clears up infections quickly by killing up to 100% of adult, immature and larval stages of hookworm and roundworms while reducing environmental contamination.
• Advocate controls lungworm In Australia, there is the potential for lungworm infection, particularly for cats with outdoor access. Advocate controls and prevents lungworm in cats.
• Advocate controls ear mites For the treatment of ear mites, Advocate is highly effective as a single dose.
• Advocate lasts all month and is easy to use Simply apply the dose to the back of your cat’s neck and from there it spreads across the skin and through the coat, where it is effective for 1 month.
• Advocate is waterproof . Advocate treated cats can do what they like to do without you worrying about their flea protection. Advocate remains effective following soap-free shampoo treatment, bathing or exposure to rain.
• Advocate is safe and effective . Advocate is tough on parasites but gentle enough to use on kittens from 9 weeks.
Yes its true, Advocate is so safe you can use it on your pet ferret from 0.8 kg too.
(1) Melhorn H et al, Parasitol Res 1999; 85:625-637