Can I pet my dog after applying 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.
What happens if you give frontline too soon?
Symptoms of toxicity can include twitching, hypersalivation, trembling and seizures. If you start to see tremors shortly after applying the flea treatment, the best thing to do is bathe Fluffy or Fido in lukewarm water with a gentle dish soap like Dawn or Palmolive.
Can I reapply Frontline flea treatment early?
There is no single answer for this frequently asked question. The known safe answer is to wait the period of time the product is supposed to work, typically 30 days, before reapplying. An alternative is to bathe the pet in a detergent shampoo (meant to strip off skin oils) and reapply after 24 hours.
How do you know if Frontline is expired?
The expiry date is located on the side of the outer packaging, on the pipette foil at the bottom and on the pipette itself. At the time of manufacture FRONTLINE Plus®, FRONTLINE Tri-Act® and FRONTLINE® Spot On have a shelf life of 3 years, although typically less than this will be remaining at the point of purchase.
Why do I still see fleas after using frontline?
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.
Can I use Frontline after using Advantage?
Frontline products should not be used in conjunction with Advantage or Advantix products. Your pet shouldn’t receive a flea bath if they have recently been introduced to another flea or tick treatment (for example, if your pet was treated with a spot on in the past month).
Why am I still finding fleas after treatment?
The ingredient in FRONTLINE Spot On and FRONTLINE Plus that kills fleas makes them hyperactive before they die. There are no flea products that stop fleas from jumping onto pets. This means that regardless of the licensed flea treatment you use – you may still see fleas on your pet until the flea product kills it.
Is it OK to use out of date Frontline?
Our products do not expire and there is no expiration date. Frontline does not expire as long as it is stored properly and the packaging is intact.
How often should I give my Dog Frontline Plus?
Both are applied topically every month to keep your pet safe. The active ingredients in Frontline Plus uses are fipronil and (S)-methoprene. These two ingredients kill fleas and ticks and then deals with eggs and larvae, too, so that your pet will be flea and tick free for The 1st, fipronil, kills adult fleas and ticks.
How does Frontline Plus work for fleas and ticks?
The active ingredients in Frontline Plus uses are fipronil and (S)-methoprene. These two ingredients kill fleas and ticks and then deals with eggs and larvae, too, so that your pet will be flea and tick free for The 1st, fipronil, kills adult fleas and ticks. The 2nd, (S)-methoprene, attacks flea eggs and larvae.
How old does a dog have to be to take flea5x plus?
What is Flea5X Plus? Flea5X Plus is a monthly topical flea and tick preventative for dogs and cats over 8 weeks of age. Flea5X Plus contains fipronil to quickly kill adult fleas, ticks and chewing lice on your pet.
How long does it take for K9 Advantix II to kill fleas?
Luckily, with K9 Advantix® II, new fleas are killed within 2 hours with protection against further infestation for at least 4 weeks. As fleas die they are no longer able to stay hidden against your dog’s skin, and therefore you may also be seeing dying fleas coming to the surface of your dog’s fur coat.”
Is it safe to use generic Frontline Plus on dogs?
Do not apply Generic Frontline Plus for more than 30 days. Safety in Dogs/ Cats. For external use only. Generic Frontline Plus is safe for use in dogs and puppies, cats and kittens over 8 weeks of age and in breeding, pregnant or lactating bitches/queens.
Can I reapply flea treatment early after using frontline?
Our dogs have fleas 2 weeks after using frontline treatment. Can we do a treatment of a different brand of flea treatment (advantix) 2 weeks early? It will be safer to wait until 4 weeks after Frontline treatment before you apply Advantix. It is not recommended to use 2 or more flea treatment at the same time.
How much Frontline Plus should I give my Cat?
Recommended Dosage Dosage Active Ingredients For cats Generic Frontline Plus for Cats (Purple 0.5 mL/pipette Fipronil 9.8% w/v; (S)-Methoprene 11.8% 8 weeks or older Dosage Concentration For dogs weighing Generic Frontline Plus for Dogs (Blue Bo
When to see a vet about Frontline Plus?
If signs persist or become more severe within a few days of application, consult your veterinarian immediately. The circumstances under which the irritation attributed to Frontline Plus developed were not described by the Facebook user; and irritation at the site of application is a clearly stated, known side effect of Fipronil.