NEW Para|Defense™ Advanced for Dogs

Five-way protection at an affordable price.

Compare to Bayer K9 Advantix® II1

Repels and Kills

Not only is it important for pet comfort, repellency is critical for pet health. ParaDefense™ Advanced provides protection against ticks, fleas and mosquitos. This protection stops the pests before they bite. Without the bite, there is no transmission of disease. ParaDefense Advanced repels and kills the 4 most common ticks, all life stages of fleas and mosquitos that may transmit disease. Maintain the overall health and comfort of your dog by protecting pets before they are bitten.

dogs between 3 and 10 lbs dogs between 11 and 20 lbs dogs between 21 and 55 lbs dogs over 55 lbs

Repels and kills ticks including deer ticks, American dog ticks, brown dog ticks and lone star ticks.

Kills all life stages of fleas.

Kills fleas on dogs within 12 hours of application

Repels and kills mosquitos, often before they have a chance to take a blood meal.

Repels and kills ticks, fleas and mosquitos while repelling biting flies and killing lice.

Contains same active ingredients as found in Bayer K9 Advantix® II1

For use only on dogs and puppies 7 weeks of age and older that weight more than 5 lbs.

Effectively breaks the flea life cycle.

Flea life cycle

ParaDefense Advanced provides flea protection that kills adult fleas, larvae, pupae and flea eggs before they hatch. Fleas are present year-round. And once you see one flea, chances are there are many more flea eggs, pupae, larvae and adults that you haven’t seen.

Fleas can carry diseases to your pet. They also transmit tapeworms and their bites can cause flea allergy dermatitis, the most common allergic skin disease of dogs. If the infestation is bad enough, they can cause anemia, which can be fatal.

Stop mosquitos from breeding.

Mosquitos need a blood meal in order to procreate. To stop the life cycle, the mosquito bite must be prevented as well as eliminating existing infestations.

Eggs are laid in water. The larvae live in water, growing and shedding their skin until they become pupae. The pupal stage is a resting and feeding stage. Then the mosquito emerges as an adult.

Mosquito life cycle