- For the control of fleas and ticks, including paralysis ticks
- The product affects fleas and ticks when they are exposed to the active ingredient in the Frontline on your pet's coat.
- Can be used only on puppies, kittens, dogs and cats.
- Product can be resealed and stored, allowing multiple applications over time
- Safe to treat puppies and kittens with Frontline Spray from 2 days of age
- All dogs and cats in the household should be routinely treated at the same time
Frequency of dosing:
- Controls adult fleas when applied every 4 to 12 weeks.
- Controls flea allergy dermatitis when applied monthly to the affected pet.
- Controls Paralysis ticks when applied every 3 weeks - attached ticks will fall off once dead or can be easily removed, greatly reducing the risk of tick paralysis.
- Controls Brown Dog ticks when applied monthly.
- Use the body weight dosage calculator chart (located under the spray bottle label) to work out the total number of spray pumps of Frontline to apply to your pets coat
While using Frontline:
- Do not apply other insecticides (such as spot on flea treatments, rinses and washes) to your pet
- Do not use human shampoo, or anything that strips oils from your pet's skin, on the coat, as it may impede the action of the product.
- Treat all dogs and cats in the home, with FRONTLINE to resolve flea infestations and prevent household flea contamination. If one pet is left untreated, fleas on that pet could deposit viable flea eggs into your home environment. These eggs will develop into adult fleas and re-infest your pets.
- Use does not guarantee prevention of all cases of tick paralysis, because ticks are not killed immediately after contact. Continue daily searches for ticks on your pet.