Use The Advantage Way To Control Fleas In Your Pets

When fleas are a problem, use Advantage to kill them fast! Pet owners hope to never see a flea, but if fleas should become a problem, they need to be stopped as quickly as possible. The fleas must be killed, and their life cycle must be interrupted in order to be completely rid of the pesky critters.

With no prescription required to purchase Advantage, you can start killing fleas on your pet immediately. Advantage kills 98% of fleas with the first twelve hours and continues to work for up to four weeks with one application. It is applied between the shoulder blades of the dogs, and it breaks the life cycle of the flea when it kills the larvae. Advantage can be used on puppies as young as seven weeks, and is water resistant; it continues to kill fleas even after exposure to water. It is also safe for nursing or pregnant dogs.

There is also an Advantage for our feline pals. It can be used on kittens as young as eight weeks and also nursing or pregnant cats.

Guaranteed and US EPA approved, Advantage contains imidacloprid, the fastest known flea preventative. For ease of application, Advantage comes in an easy to squeeze tube. Advantage can be purchased for use on different weights of cats or dogs, and you can purchase four, six, or twelve months’ worth of applications. So protect your pets from fleas today with Advantage. For this and other flea control products, visit www.luvurdog.com. Your pet will be glad you did.

6 MONTH Advantage Purple for cats over 9 lbs

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Advantage Purple kills fleas on cats fast. Advantage kills 98% of fleas within 12 hours and continues to work for up to one month per application. It also breaks the flea life cycle by killing flea larvae. Advantage can be used on kittens 8 weeks old. Also, it is safe for use on pregnant and nursing cats. Advantage is water-resistant, so it kills fleas even after shampooing and exposure to rain. Advantage is applied to the back of the neck on cats. Protect your pet and buy Advantage today. Effective Flea Control . . . No Prescription Required!Guaranteed US EPA approved. Contains imidacloprid, the fastest flea control, which kills adult fleas within 12 hours Each package of this long lasting topical lasts for 4 or 6 months Easy-squeeze tube makes application quick and easy.

 

6 MONTH Advantage Purple for cats over 9 lbs

6monadorforc 6 MONTH Advantage Purple for cats over 9 lbs

Advantage Purple kills fleas on cats fast. Advantage kills 98% of fleas within 12 hours and continues to work for up to one month per application. It also breaks the flea life cycle by killing flea larvae. Advantage can be used on kittens 8 weeks old. Also, it is safe for use on pregnant and nursing cats. Advantage is water-resistant, so it kills fleas even after shampooing and exposure to rain. Advantage is applied to the back of the neck on cats. Protect your pet and buy Advantage today. Effective Flea Control . . . No Prescription Required!Guaranteed US EPA approved. Contains imidacloprid, the fastest flea control, which kills adult fleas within 12 hours Each package of this long lasting topical lasts for 4 or 6 months Easy-squeeze tube makes application quick and easy.

 

12 MONTH Advantage Orange for cats under 9lbs.

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Advantage Orange kills fleas on cats fast. Advantage kills 98% of fleas within 12 hours and continues to work for up to one month per application. It also breaks the flea life cycle by killing flea larvae. Advantage can be used on kittens 8 weeks old. Also, it is safe for use on pregnant and nursing cats. Advantage is water-resistant, so it kills fleas even after shampooing and exposure to rain. Advantage is applied to the back of the neck on cats. Effective Flea Control . . . No Prescription Required!Guaranteed US EPA approved. Contains imidacloprid, the fastest flea control, which kills adult fleas within 12 hours Each package of this long lasting topical lasts for 4 or 6 months Easy-squeeze tube makes application quick and easy.

 
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4 MONTH Advantage Flea Control Purple: For cats over 9 lbs.

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Advantage Purple kills fleas on cats fast. Advantage kills 98% of fleas within 12 hours and continues to work for up to one month per application. It also breaks the flea life cycle by killing flea larvae. Advantage can be used on kittens 8 weeks old. Also, it is safe for use on pregnant and nursing cats. Advantage is water-resistant, so it kills fleas even after shampooing and exposure to rain. Advantage is applied to the back of the neck on cats. Pick some up and protect your pet today. Effective Flea Control . . . No Prescription Required!Guaranteed US EPA approved. Contains imidacloprid, the fastest flea control, which kills adult fleas within 12 hours Each package of this long lasting topical lasts for 4 or 6 months Easy-squeeze tube makes application quick and easy.

 

Going “Retro” is Not Good for Cats! – Cat Diseases

AV041 150x150 Going “Retro” is Not Good for Cats!   Cat DiseasesFrom nightclubs to fashion, going “retro” is a popular trend. But while you may enjoy dancing to disco in your old bell-bottoms, your cat will want to avoid anything retro – retroviruses, that is!
By: Debra Garrison, DVM

Retro is a word usually bringing warm and fuzzy feelings of nostalgia. But for the more than 80 million cats living as pets in North America, the word retro is anything but warm and fuzzy.

 Going “Retro” is Not Good for Cats!   Cat Diseasesplay Going “Retro” is Not Good for Cats!   Cat Diseases

Retroviruses like Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) can be devastating to your cat. More frightening, many cat owners are unaware of these two significant and very deadly feline diseases.

Hidden from the body’s defenses, retroviruses can remain dormant for months or even years. These viruses have RNA as their genetic material but share an ability to switch RNA into DNA, inserting DNA into the host’s genome. Other retroviruses include HIV, the cause of human AIDS.

Like the AIDS virus, FeLV and FIV hinder the host’s immune system, making the cat more susceptible to common infections.

Feline Leukemia is associated with more illnesses and deaths of cats than any other infectious agent. Although not actually a cancer, it can cause several types of cancer in your cat.

FeLV is considered a “social contact” disease generally spread through intimate contact between cats, such as grooming or sharing water bowls. Pregnant or nursing cats can pass the virus on to their kittens as well.

Studies estimate the prevalence of FeLV in the United States at two to three percent of the cat population, meaning that 1.5 to 2.5 million cats carry and spread the virus.

The FIV virus is less prevalent but still may infect almost one million cats in North America. Typically spread by fighting, FIV virus is caused by bite wounds between unfriendly cats. However, It should be noted that neither disease is spread from cats to people.

Cats carrying either of these viruses may not show any signs of illness. In fact, due to the ability of these viruses to hide in the cat’s cells, many cats can go years without any apparent symptoms. This can be a problem when new cats are introduced into the household, or if your cat ventures from home for a few days.

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) recommends testing cats routinely. Testing is considered the mainstay of preventing transmission of both diseases.   Any sick cat should be tested, regardless of any negative results from previous testing.

Likewise, anyone considering adopting a cat should have the cat tested before being introduced into a household. Even if this is your first cat, testing is imperative.

Fortunately, there is good news. First, both of these viruses can’t survive outside the body for long periods of time, making transmission from the environment unlikely. Second, it is possible for cats with either disease to live for many years. Finally, in some cases, vaccinations can help to prevent the spread of these diseases.

Previous vaccine recommendations have reduced the incidence of FeLV and current guidelines promote testing and wellness protocols over indiscriminate vaccination.
Although the AAFP highly recommends testing cats for both diseases prior to vaccination, the retrovirus vaccines should only be used in cats that are at risk for FeLV or FIV.

Your veterinarian will help you make the right decision about the need to vaccinate your feline friend.  You can see all the guidelines at

www.aafponline.org