Frequently Asked Questions
Parasiticide protection is more crucial than ever before. While ticks are known for carrying Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis or Rocky Mountain spotted fever, fleas can cause flea allergy dermatitis. Additionally, mosquitos may carry heartworm and West Nile virus. Repelling the bite of all these pests with monthly treatments of Provecta™ Advanced for Dogs will help keep your dog safe, comfortable and healthy.
Yes. Provecta Advanced for Dogs is waterproof, so it will remain effective after bathing or swimming.
Provecta Advanced for Dogs is designed to be effective for a full month under normal conditions. However, in extreme cases, another treatment may be necessary earlier than four weeks on the advice of your veterinarian.
Call your veterinarian if your dog is having unusual discomfort from the infestation. Never re-treat your dog more often than once every seven days. Once flea control is achieved, resume your normal monthly treatment schedule.
Provecta Advanced for Dogs is only available through your veterinary clinic.
No. Provecta Advanced is meant only for dogs, and is available in different formulas for all dogs over 5 pounds, based on their weight. For preventing pests on cats, click here.
First review the label. Do not allow Provecta Advanced for Dogs to get into dog’s eyes or mouth. If you are concerned about a possible reaction, call your veterinarian.
Provecta Advanced for Dogs begins to work on contact. Its multistage flea control kills fleas within 12 hours of application. It kills existing fleas, ticks and mosquitos and starts repelling new fleas, ticks, mosquitos, and biting flies before they have a chance to take their first bite.
Even if your dog only goes outside for an occasional walk, protecting your pet from diseases carried by fleas, ticks, mosquitos, biting flies and lice is a crucial part of dog care. Pests can come into contact with pets in many ways including contact with other animals or pests brought into the home on human clothing. Since many pests are present year-round, even in colder climates, it’s important to treat your dog with Provecta Advanced for Dogs every month.
Provecta Advanced for Dogs is not approved for use on puppies under seven weeks old or on any dog that weighs less than five pounds. As your dog grows, choose your Provecta Advanced product based on weight: 5-10 pounds, 11-20 pounds, 21-55 pounds or more than 55 pounds. Always consult your veterinarian regarding use on your dog.
Whenever possible it is better to prevent or protect your pet from getting bites that could create disease. It is safer and easier for both you and your dog to never have to deal with bites or infestations.
It is important to know that an adult female flea lays eggs following a blood meal from a host, or in other words, your pet. Blood is necessary for the adult flea to reproduce.
Mosquitos need a blood meal in order to procreate. To stop the life cycle, the mosquito bite must be prevented as well as killing existing infestations.
Not all pest infestations are visible. Many dogs are less sensitive to bites when they occur. The three-step protection of Provecta Advanced for Dogs monthly treatments is the best way to ensure your dog is safeguarded, by killing existing pests, halting the development of flea eggs and larvae in the home and repelling new fleas, ticks and mosquitos.
If your pet is on medication, consult your veterinarian before using this or any other product.
When used during an existing infestation, you may see an increased number of visible fleas and other pests after application. This is a sign that Provecta Advanced for Dogs is working. The pests you see are moving away from your dog’s skin as they are killed and repelled, which may create the false appearance of more bugs.
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