Is Frontline Safe for Yorkies?

Is Frontline Safe for Yorkies?

Frontline Plus is approved for use on all dogs, including breeding, pregnant, lactating and puppies as young as 8 weeks.

Do I need to put Frontline on my dog in the winter?

Yes! Keep your pets on flea and tick protection all year round! It is common today to hear people say “I don’t give my pet flea and tick prevention in the winter there is no need, since it is so cold”. Fleas can survive outdoors in temperatures as low as 33 degrees for as long as five days.

When can dogs start using Frontline?

8 weeks
The good news is that Frontline Plus can be used safely on kittens and puppies from 8 weeks of age. To provide flea control for pets that are younger than 8 weeks, a sister product to Frontline Plus is recommended.

What months do dogs need flea treatment?

December through February are arguably the lowest risk months for parasites, so many pet-parents will forgo coverage in those months, and start flea and tick prevention again in March or April when the weather begins to warm.

Does Frontline have side effects on dogs?

However, both dogs and cats can have serious adverse reactions to some of these ingredients, even when the product is used according to label directions. Side effects can include skin irritation, agitation or lethargy, vomiting, tremors and seizures.

Which is better Seresto or Nexgard?

What Kills Ticks Better? Again, the chemicals in both are equally effective at killing ticks, provided the doses are similar. However, Nexgard will generally give ticks a more lethal dose than Seresto will.

Why was my Dog Happy before I applied frontline?

The vet was unaware of Frontline causing neurological issues and attributed the situation more to her age (13). I know she was happy and playful before I applied the Frontline, and yet only hours after she was on her way out. I never believed it was a coincidence, and I still blame myself for applying the flea treatment.

When did I use frontline on my Cat?

In May of 2019, I used Frontline on my beloved 13-year-old cat NeiNei. Within hours she could no longer stand up fully or walk straight. She fell over constantly, lost her appetite, and the once happiest little girl in the world was looking lost and upset. I called the vet immediately, and we agreed to monitor her.

How big of a dose of frontline can I give my Dog?

For simplicity, I’ll assume you have exactly a 22 lb. dog. Next, assume you buy the biggest size (Red box) made for 89 to 132 lb dogs and split it into the same 0.67 ml doses as the 22b size (Orange box) using a glass vial and plastic syringes.

How can I save money on Frontline for my Dog?

You can save a significant percentage by splitting up larger doses and buying in bulk (even if you keep shopping at the same store). You can save even more by buying a generic version (see above) with the same active ingredient, just like Advil vs. ibuprofen. For a small dogs, you can get your cost down to $1 per monthly dose per pet.