Is Frontline spray effective?

Is Frontline spray effective?

FRONTLINE® Spray eliminates 90% of ticks within 48 hours following their arrival on the animal, to limit the risk of diseases transmission. This risk is maximal 48 hours after tick fixation on the animal.

What does Frontline Spray do?

FRONTLINE SPRAY protects cats and dogs against fleas and ticks, including paralysis ticks. It can be used on puppies and kittens from 2 days of age. To protect against adult fleas, apply every 12 weeks for dogs and every 8 weeks for cats.

How quickly does Frontline spray work?

18 hours
How long does it take for Frontline Spray to work? One spray session will rid your pet of fleas within 18 hours, ticks within 48 hours, and lasts for 30 days. The medicine kills adult fleas, prevents reproduction, and stops existing flea infestations.

Which is better Frontline spray or spot on?

Quick results: Spray is a quick flea killer, as it takes no time to spread across the body. Unlike spot-on treatments, that takes hours to spread, sprays spread at the very moment. They kill the existing fleas within no time. Thus, sprays start eradicating fleas instantly when applied at the dot place.

What if my dog licks Frontline Spray?

If licking occurs shortly after application of Frontline Spray Treatment, a brief period of hyper-salivation may occur due to its bitter taste of the excipient. It should be applied at the back of the neck or in other areas where it cannot be reached by the dog to be licked. 14 of 42 people found this answer helpful.

Is Frontline Spray safe for dogs?

FRONTLINE SPRAY can be used on both dogs and cats.

What if my dog licks Frontline spray?

How do you use Frontline spray on dogs?

For head and eye area, spray Frontline Spray on a gloved hand and rub gently into your pet’s hair. Do not get this product in the animal’s eyes or mouth. Apply spray mist until the hair is damp to thoroughly wet. Approximately 1 to 2 pumps per pound of body weight will be required.

Why does my dog still have fleas after using Frontline?

A. The active ingredient in FRONTLINE (fipronil) kills fleas by affecting their nervous system, making them hyperactive before dying. These dying fleas often rise to the top of your pet’s haircoat, so the presence of visible fleas after treating your pet, is a sign that the product is working.

What if my dog licks FRONTLINE SPRAY?

Can my dog sleep with me after Frontline?

Can I handle or stroke my pet after applying FRONTLINE Plus® / FRONTLINE Tri-Act® / FRONTLINE® Spot On? You can handle, stroke and cuddle your pet as usual as soon as the application site is dry. In the meantime treated animals should not be handled and children should not be allowed to play or sleep with them.

Why does my dog act weird after flea treatment?

Why does my dog go crazy after flea treatment? Signs of flea control product toxicity can occur from one to 12 hours after application and may vary depending on the type of flea control product poisoning. The most common signs of toxicity from pyrethrum-based flea products are muscle tremors and excessive salivation.

How to apply frontline?

1) Buy the correct type of Frontline. You can purchase Frontline at a pet store or your vet’s office. 2) Remove the applicators. Frontline comes with several small plastic applicators. They look something like little bottles. 3) Snap off the opening of the applicator. Each applicator has a small tip that you can easily snap off. 4) Find a spot on your pet’s back. You should apply Frontline on your pet’s back, directly between your pet’s shoulders. 5) Apply the Frontline to your pet’s skin. Part your pet’s fur so you can see its skin. This is very important.

Does frontline repel ticks?

Additionally, Frontline Plus does not repel ticks. Ticks need to come into prolonged contact with your pet in order to be killed by the medication. In some cases this means biting and attaching to your cat or dog. The tick should be killed before they are attached to your pet long enough to transmit disease.

Can I use a flea shampoo with Frontline?

Never use a flea wash in combination with Frontline Plus. Never use human shampoo, as the pH of human shampoo is different from what’s necessary for your dog’s coat. A gentle dog shampoo won’t strip your pet’s coat of the oils that keep it healthy.

Can you use the Frontline spray on rabbits?

Never use Frontline® or Sentinel® as flea treatments in rabbits. These medications cause adverse reactions in rabbits, including death in some cases. You should also avoid flea collars. Not only can rabbits hurt themselves trying to bite the collar off, the chemical dosage on the flea collar is generally too high.