As for those that are looking for vials and dosing syringes, I would check your local pharmacy. My pharmacy gives away these types of syringes for dosing infants and such. I doubt they would even mind giving you a small empty vial as well. If they did charge you I can't imagine it would be much.
21.4% is roughly twice as strong as 9.1% advantage so you would need half the dosage. The dosage for 55lb+ dogs is 4 mL of Advantage so you would need a little less that 2.0mL of the 21.4% strength stuff. For 1 dog 55+ lb dog the entire 813mL bottle would give you 406 doses or 33.8 years of coverage if you applied it monthly. That's ~237 dog years.
The MSDS for this product shows that it is non irritating on contact to animals. The LD50 for skin contact is 5000mg/kg so there is little chance you could overdose your pet on this. It would also be fine for both cats on dogs because it is just imidacloprid.
Any DVMs want to share their opinion on this? I haven't tried this on my own dog but if you wish to do so you are proceeding at your own risk. I am only suggesting an idea and can in no way be held responsible for its consequences.
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