Frontline Spray is the benchmark veterinary anti-parasitic product for fleas and ticks. The spray is easy to use, developed for dogs and cats, gestating or lactating females and even new-borns.
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Frontline Spray 100 ml is indicated for cats and dogs under 5 kg. Frontline Spray 250 ml or 500 ml are indicated for animals weighing more than 5 kg.
In dogs, Frontline Spray is used to prevent flea (60 to 90 days' protection) and tick (30 days' protection) infestations and eliminates biting lice.
In cats, Frontline Spray is used to prevent and treat flea (40 days' protection) and tick (15 days' protection) infestations.
Frontline Spray can be included as part of a therapeutic treatment programme for Flea Allergy Dermatitis.
Frontline Spray must be sprayed onto your dog's or cat's skin. The number of recommended applications depends on the weight of your pet and its coat:
Spray onto the entire surface of the body, keeping the bottle at an approximate distance of 10-20 cm. Apply Frontline Spray against the hair's direction of growth on the whole surface of your pet in order to moisten the coat evenly. Allow spray to penetrate to the skin. Let it dry without wiping off. We recommend waiting at least 4 weeks before reapplying.
Do not use Frontline spray on sick (systemic diseases, fever...) or recovering pets. Do not use Frontline on rabbits as this could result in severe, potentially deadly side effects.
If your dog licked Frontline, it may salivate excessively.
Besides fleas, there might be flea eggs, larvae and nymphs in your dog's environment. These might develop into adult fleas, causing a new infestation. That is why we recommend treating your dog's environment with the appropriate spray, such as Virbac's Indoor-X.