What happens if cats lick advocate?

What happens if cats lick advocate?

Use of Advocate for Cats may result in transient pruritus (itchiness) in the animal. Salivation may occasionally occur if the animal licks the application site immediately after treatment. This is not a sign of intoxication and disappears within some minutes without treatment.

Can a cat be allergic to flea medicine?

In spite of common belief, a normal cat experiences only minor skin irritation in response to fleabites. Even in the presence of dozens of fleas, there will typically be very little itching. On the other hand, a cat with flea allergies has a severe reaction to even a single fleabite.

What should I do if my cat licks advantage?

Scout isn’t supposed to lick Advantage. If he licks, it he may become very ill. Ask your veterinarian to show you where and how to apply Advantage to minimize the risks.

When to use advantage 2 Kitten for animal use?

Treat the patient symptomatically. For external use only. Do not apply to cats and kittens under 8 weeks of age or weighing less than 2 lbs. As with any product, consult your veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing cats.

How to get advantage II cat shampoo for cats?

Advantage II for cats is waterproof and remains effective following a shampoo treatment or after exposure to rain or sunlight. Apply monthly treatments for optimal control and prevention of fleas. For consumer questions call 1-800-255-6826. For medical emergencies call 1-800-422-9874.

Where is the best place to apply advantage to a cat?

The base of their neck is the preferred application site because it is unlikely that your cat will be able to reach that area with their tongue. Make sure your cat’s skin is clean and dry before applying the Advantage. Hold the parted fur with your non-dominant hand so that you can apply the Advantage with your dominant hand.

Scout isn’t supposed to lick Advantage. If he licks, it he may become very ill. Ask your veterinarian to show you where and how to apply Advantage to minimize the risks.

Treat the patient symptomatically. For external use only. Do not apply to cats and kittens under 8 weeks of age or weighing less than 2 lbs. As with any product, consult your veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing cats.

The base of their neck is the preferred application site because it is unlikely that your cat will be able to reach that area with their tongue. Make sure your cat’s skin is clean and dry before applying the Advantage. Hold the parted fur with your non-dominant hand so that you can apply the Advantage with your dominant hand.

Advantage II for cats is waterproof and remains effective following a shampoo treatment or after exposure to rain or sunlight. Apply monthly treatments for optimal control and prevention of fleas. For consumer questions call 1-800-255-6826. For medical emergencies call 1-800-422-9874.