Bayer Advantage Treatment Shampoo for Cats & Kittens
A treatment shampoo that kills fleas and ticks on contact, helping to stop the misery of biting fleas on your cat. For use on cats and kittens over 12 weeks old. Flea and tick control on the animal is only part of the solution to the problem. The inside of the house and the outdoor area used by the animal must be treated for complete control.
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About The Manufacturer
Bayer, founded in Germany in 1863, has over 150 years of experience in the pharmaceutical healthcare industry. Bayer’s first animal-specific healthcare product, Neguvon, a flea and tick control product, launched in 1919. Since then, Bayer has developed a large portfolio of animal healthcare products, including many well-used flea and tick products such as Advantage in 1996, K9 Advantix in 2002, Advantage II in 2011, and Seresto in 2013. Bayer products are efficacy and safety tested, making them a well-trusted option for your pet!
DIRECTION FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Read entire label before each use. Use only on dogs.
Follow all precautions and directions. For use on Cats & Kittens over the age of 12 weeks for control of Fleas and Ticks. Do not repeat treatment for 7 days. Do not use on kittens under 12 weeks. Consult a veterinarian before using this product on deliberated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals. Sensitivities may occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately.
HOW TO USE:
Wet the animal's coat for 2-3 minutes with warm water. Apply shampoo on head and ears and later. Then repeat procedure with neck, chest and middle and hindquarters, finishing legs last and paying special attention to the foot pads (between the toes) and under body areas. Wash the head and ears areas carefully, making sure to keep the shampoo out of the animal's eyes. NOTE: A drop of glycerin in each eye before bathing may prevent or reduce irritation if the shampoo gets in the animal's eyes. Pay special attention to the base of the tail, as it is a place frequented by fleas. Fully lather animal and let lather remain on animal for 5 minutes before rinsing thoroughly with water. NOTE: This final step is an important part of grooming procedure.
For small cats less than 15 pounds, wrapping the animal in a towel for several minutes to absorb moisture is advised. This also will allow dying fleas and ticks to crawl off animal into the towel before drying animal with a towel or blow dryer. Flea and tick control on the animal is only part of the solution to the problem. The inside of the house and the outdoor area used by the animal must be also treated for complete control.