Frontline Plus for dogs is the number one choice for flea and tick protection against the annoyance of these external parasites. It's easy to use, offers quick and effective protection against fleas and ticks, and it delivers continuous protection for your dog.
As it's 100% waterproof, Frontline Plus flea treatment for dogs is completely effective, even if your dog is washed and cleaned, goes swimming, or goes outside in the rain. It breaks the flea & tick lifecycle to provide effective protection against those pesky fleas and ticks that occupy both your dog and your home.
FRONTLINE plus for dogs kills 100% of fleas within 12 hours of treatment, and prevents future infestations by distributing the active ingredient, fipronil across the skin and hair of your dog through its hair follicles.
Frontline Plus has a rapid onset of action and kills re-infestations with newly acquired adult fleas for at least 1 month. Frontline Plus also prevents development of flea eggs, larvae and pupae produced by adult fleas acquired for three months after treatment.
Frontline Plus may be used for the treatment and control of flea allergy dermatitis in dogs.
Frontline Plus controls brown dog ticks for up to one month, and paralysis ticks for up to two weeks after application. Daily searching of dogs is necessary to minimise the risk of tick paralysis. Searching should continue throughout the paralysis tick season.
Frontline Plus may be used as the only product for flea control as it breaks the life cycle on the animal and in its surroundings by killing all stages of fleas.
Frontline Plus for dogs keeps your dog happy and healthy by providing effective and long-lasting flea and tick protection, killing 100% of fleas within 12 hours of treatment. To administer Frontline Plus flea treatment to your dog, follow these steps:
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Frontline Plus for dogs is a topical spot-on application for the treatment and prevention of flea infestation and control of brown dog ticks, paralysis ticks and biting lice on dogs and puppies.
Frontline Plus provides the most complete flea and tick protection available. Frontline Plus for dogs kills 100% of fleas and ticks within 48 hours, including many ticks that transmit dangerous diseases that can affect other pets and humans.
Frontline Plus has demonstrated a significant margin of safety for use in dogs and puppies over 8 weeks of age and in breeding, pregnant or lactating bitches. If licking occurs shortly after application, a brief period of hyper-salivation may occur due to the taste of the vehicle. Dogs may experience some temporary irritation and itchiness at the site of product application. If signs persist or become more severe within a few days of application, consult a veterinarian immediately.
Do not use Frontline Plus if you or your pets have a known hypersensitivity to insecticides or alcohol.
Frontline Plus for dogs contains the following active ingredients: Fipronil (9.8%) and (S)Methoprene (8.8%).
• Product quality: We only ship genuine products under the supervision of veterinarians; hence, we provide 100% Product Return Guarantee. The packaging of Frontline Plus may be slightly different from the US as we ship from outside the USA though the product is exactly same.
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