FRONTLINE Spray is an effective flea and tick control for dogs and puppies as young as a day old. The spray ensures that the active ingredient, fipronil, is immediately distributed all over your pet’s body, killing fleas almost immediately. FRONTLINE spray is long-lasting and can also be used on pregnant and lactating bitches.
FRONTLINE Spray stops existing infestations and prevents new infestations by killing fleas, ticks and chewing lice for at least 30 days. The Spray can protect your dogs against fleas for up to 90 days.
FRONTLINE Spray not only controls Ticks and fleas on your furbabies, but also controls flea allergy dermatitis when applied monthly to your affected pet, but don’t forget to treat the other 4 legged friends in the house.
Apply the spray mist until your pet’s hair is damp to thoroughly wet. Ensure complete coverage to skin level. Massage the coat all over to make sure the spray gets right down to the skin.
- Apply Frontline Spray once every 30 days to control existing flea and tick infestations.
- Wear household latex gloves. Ruffe pet’s coat with one hand while applying spray to back, sides, stomach, legs, shoulders, and neck.
- For head and eye area, spray on a gloved hand and rub gently into pet’s hair. do not get product in pet’s eyes or mouth.
- Apply spray mist until hair coat is damp to thoroughly wet. In most cases 1 to 2 pumps per pound of body weight will be necessary.
- As with all flea products, wash your hands and any exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water after applying to your pet.
Wear household latex gloves when using Frontline Spray. Consult with a veterinarian before using on medicated animals, animals being treated with other pesticides, and debilitated, aged, pregnant, or nursing animals.
Fleas rise to the top of your pet’s coat as they die, so consider it a triumph if you start seeing more fleas at first, after treating your pet. If you’re still seeing fleas after application, it may be because your pet has picked up new fleas from the environment, which may include other pets, surfaces and outdoor areas. It may take up to 30 days to break the entire flea life cycle. Additionally, you should also treat sources of new fleas (i.e., carpet, yard, etc.) to ensure complete flea control