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Moxiclear is a broad spectrum treatment specially designed for dogs. The spot-on is indicated for the treatment of fleas, worms, sarcoptic mange, ear mites and lice, and for the prevention of heartworms. The topical treatment stops fleas feeding in 3-5 minutes and prevents itching due to flea bites. Moxiclear not only treats mature worms but also controls larvae. When used monthly, it aids in the prevention of harmful heartworm disease and reduces the incidence of flea allergy dermatitis. Moxiclear is a water resistant formulation and is easy to use. It is safe to be used on dogs and puppies from 7 weeks of age.
How does it work?
Moxiclear is developed with two paramount ingredients – Moxidectin and Imidacloprid. The active ingredient moxidectin is highly effective against immature heartworms and intestinal worms including hookworms, roundworms and whipworms. The other ingredient Imidacloprid acts on fleas, sarcoptic mange, ear mites and lice. The combined effect of the ingredients helps protect dogs against the harmful parasitic infestation and lowers the risk of flea-borne diseases. The solution acts topically and should be used monthly for complete protection.
Affordable year round protection
Fleas don’t need to bite to be killed Perfect as part of a management program for flea allergy dermatitis.
Stops fleas feeding in 3-5 minutes
Water resistant Moxiclear remains efficacious following shampoo treatment, swimming or exposure to rain.
|Mode of Administration||Topical|
|Active Ingredients||Imidacloprid, Moxidectin|
Moxiclear is one of the best working treatments I've used so far.
I have been using this product for some time now and its amazing.
We've had used it last year and I'm planning to buy them again.
I saw the prices about $10 more on the sites but vetsupply sells them at a reasonable price.
I ''ll prefer to buy this tomorrow as I lost the coupon I had handy.
A: Change dose according to the weight of your dog.
A: Yes, Moxiclear and Advocate have the same Ingredients imidacloprid and moxidectin.