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Frontline Plus Flea Treatment For Dogs 20-40kg 3 Pack

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Frontline Plus Flea Treatment For Dogs 20-40kg 3 Pack is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
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Product details

SKU
I246772
Pet
Dog
Dimensions
3 pack
Life Stage
Puppy, Adult, Senior
Health and Wellbeing
Topical application to the base of the neck on or about the same day each month is recommended. Part the fur and apply entire contents in one spot. This product can be used on kittens from 8 weeks of age.
Care instructions
Treat all the animals in the household with accurate doses. The product will spread over the coat of your pet within 24 hours. It is recommended not to bath or shampoo your pet during the 48 hours after treatment, thereafter bathing water immersion or exposure to sunlight will not reduce the efficacy of the treatment. Careful handling of product required.
Application Type
Spot On
Description
FRONTLINE PLUS spot-on solution is a topical application for the treatment of flea infestations, alone or in association with ticks and/or biting lice. Monthly treatment is recommended to control and prevent flea infestations. Containing the active ingredient Fipronil, the treatment works to kill 98-100% of fleas within 24 hours and will persist against new flea infestations for at least one month. Ticks will be killed within 48 hours for one month. One treatment is effective against Biting Lice. FRONTLINE PLUS also contains the important addition of (S)-methoprene which acts as an insect growth inhibitor. It prevents the multiplication of fleas by inhibiting the development of the immature stages of growth (eggs, larvae and pupae) for at least one month. FRONTLINE PLUS has an excellent safety profile, and has been trusted by kiwis for more than 25 years. Safe for use on breeding, pregnant and nursing pets.
Ingredients
Fipronil [kills adult fleas, ticks and lice] (S)-methoprene [inhibits development of flea eggs, larvae and pupae]
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellasboss from Excellent product Very happy with this product it keeps our Labrador protected compared to similar products on the market. It’s a repeat purchase for us
Date published: 2023-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Frontline Plus @ Animates Although Frontline Plus not my first treatment of choice, my dog hates chewables so Frontline her preference. The dog 🐕 rules
Date published: 2023-11-10
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