Frontline Plus is a flea and tick treatment for 8 weeks and older puppies and dogs. It is a monthly spot-on treatment that kills adult fleas within 12 hours and ticks within 48 hours. It remains active for four weeks during which it destroys the flea life cycle and prevents re-infestations of these pests. The waterproof treatment allows bathing and swimming the pet even after application.
Active Ingredients Fipronil is an adulticide that kills adult fleas and ticks while S-methoprene is an Insect Growth Regulator, which curbs the immature life stages of fleas, and ticks. Together both the ingredients give absolute protection against fleas and ticks and prevent future occurrence of these annoying insects.
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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Manufactured by Merial, Frontline Plus for dogs is a popular flea and tick treatment that gives quick results. Suitable for 8 weeks and older puppies, the treatment kills 100% adult fleas within 12 hours and ticks within 48 hours of application. Its monthly action kills flea eggs, larvae and pupae for a period of four weeks.
• 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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