Frontline Top Spot for Dogs
Frontline is Fast-acting & Effective:
•Frontline kills 98-100% of adult fleas within 24 hours, before they lay eggs.
•Acts on contact, fleas do not have to bite to be killed.
•Kills ticks within 48 hours, minimizing the risk of disease transmission.
•Controls lice infestations within 48 hours.
•Aids in the control of sarcoptic mange in dogs.
•Clinically proven to eliminate chewing lice and aid in the control of sarcoptic mange.
•Can be used on breeding, pregnant, and lactating bitches.
•When used monthly, Frontline Top Spot For Dogs, completely controls both flea and tick infestations.
•Research demonstrates that a monthly treatment of Frontline kills adult fleas for up to three months and kills ticks for at least one month.
•A once monthly application is recommended where tick control is needed.
•Although a monthly treatment of Frontline can control fleas for up to three months, if there is a high risk of reinfestation or if the pet has fleas which may cause flea allergy dermatitis, a once monthly application may be needed.
•Frontline remains effective even after bathing, water immersion, or exposure to sunlight. Avoid contact with treated area until dry. Do not reapply Frontline for thirty days.
Breaks the flea life cycle:
•Kills adult fleas before they lay eggs.
•Kills re-infesting fleas within 24 hours.
Easy to Use:
•Apply contents of ampule onto the skin at one or two points behind the shoulder blades.
•Part the coat until the skin is visible and apply the product directly onto the skin.
Remember wherever you take your dogs, fleas, ticks and lice are liable to attach themselves unless your pets are protected with Frontline which:
•Is non-systemic (kills parasites on contact).
•Kills brown dog ticks, American dog ticks, lone star ticks and deer ticks (which may carry Lyme disease) when used according to label directions.
•Is extremely easy to apply.
•Gives maximum protection if applied monthly, all year round.
•Is the most trusted flea, tick and lice protection worldwide with 500 million treatments prescribed so far.