Thanks, I was always told to just apply it to the neck area but try to spread it out so its not concentrated in one spot. This is so that they do not lick it.
I had applied it about half way down his neck and then down to about a quarter of the way down his back. All in all, it was a good amount of coverage, I wouldn't say it was all in one spot. This stuff is just highly concentrated I feel. I should have done more research on it but I wanted to jump on it quick. A friend of mine that suggested me to this sites dog Crash has been diagnosed with Ehrlichia and the treatments he was using worked but still provided a window of time for the bacteria to spread into the blood after the tick had bit the dog. This area is bad with ticks so I wanted to make sure my dog was safe. After reading up on Advantix II I see loads of people with problems. Live and learn, but my dog shouldn't have to suffer
Thanks for the advice on the treatment of the actual burn area. I was unsure though of what products might be OK. Would a cream be safer than a gel/ointment or will it not matter?