Frontline Combo is a last-generation anti-flea / anti-tick treatment that combines the effectiveness of the classic Frontline Spot-On with another molecule called s-methoprene. Frontline Combo Cat has a double action: it repels eggs and larvae and prevents them from hatching, so that your cat and its environment are protected.
- Box of 3 or 6 pipettes -
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Frontline Combo for cats protects your cat from flea, tick and lice infestations. Frontline Combo Cat formula was specifically designed to:
Frontline Combo for cats can be integrated into a treatment programme for flea allergy dermatitis.
Hold the Frontline Combo pipette in an upright position and break off the cap with a quick motion. Maintain your cat in a standing position, part the coat on the spine until you can see some skin. Put the tip of the Frontline Combo pipette on the skin and squeeze firmly a few times until the pipette is completely empty. Do this on one or two spots, depending on the cat's size.
Do not use Frontline Combo on kittens aged less than 8 weeks or weighing less than 1 kg. Do not use on sick animals (systemic diseases, fever, etc.) or recovering pets. Do not use on rabbits, it could be lethal.
If the cat licks its coat, a brief episode of hypersalivation can occur, due to the nature of the excipient. In extremely rare situations, there can also be skin reactions (redness, itchiness).
Break the cap off the Frontline pipette on the precut part and completely empty it, directly on your pet's skin after having parted the coat. It is better to put the treatment in two spots: at the base of the neck and between the shoulders, to avoid licking.
Do not use Frontline Spot-On on kittens aged less than 8 weeks or weighing less than 1 kg. Do not use on sick animals (systemic diseases, fever, etc.) or recovering pets. Do not use on rabbits, it could be lethal.
If the cat licks its coat, a brief episode of hypersalivation can occur, due to the nature of the excipient. In extremely rare situations, there can also be transitory skin reactions around the application spot (peeling, local alopecia, pruritus, erythema), generalized pruritus or alopecia.
Studies on laboratory animals have not shown any teratogenic or embryotoxic effect due to the fipronil contained in Frontline Spot-On. Therefore, use on gestating or lactating cats is not contraindicated.
Do not touch your pet and do not allow children to play with it until the application spot is completely dry. We recommend that you treat the animal in the evening, and the pet should not be allowed to sleep with its owner, particularly not with children.
In addition to the fleas on your cat, there may also be flea eggs, larvae and nymphs in your pet's environment. These can become adult fleas and reinfest your cat. Therefore, it is necessary to treat the environment with an appropriate product at the same time as your treat your pet, for example, Virbac's Indoor-X.