Table of Contents
- 1 What if my dog still has fleas after using frontline?
- 2 How do I get rid of fleas on my dog if frontline doesn’t work?
- 3 Can you overdose a dog with flea treatment?
- 4 How do you treat a severe flea infestation on a dog?
- 5 Is the Frontline Plus Flea and tick remedy safe for dogs?
- 6 How long does Frontline Plus flea control work?
- 7 Which is the best flea and tick treatment for dogs?
- 8 When to reapply flea treatment on a dog?
- 9 What is the best flea remedy for dogs?
- 10 What flea treatment is the best for my Dog?
- 11 Is frontline flea treatment dogs safe for long term use?
- 12 Can your dog still get fleas if on Frontline Plus?
What if my dog still has fleas after using frontline?
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.
How do I get rid of fleas on my dog if frontline doesn’t work?
Speak to your veterinarian about this first if your flea medicine is not working. One Frontline alternative is to switch to another topical product. Another alternative is to supplement the topical product with another product that works internally, such as Capstar.
Can you overdose a dog with flea treatment?
Common signs of toxicity from flea products containing organophosphates are diarrhea, vomiting, difficulty breathing, small pupils, muscle tremor, weakness or falling over, and drooling. Organophosphate toxicity can be rapidly fatal, depending on the ingredients and dose the pet is exposed to.
How do you treat a severe flea infestation on a dog?
- Give Your Pet a Bath. Just lukewarm water, or water and a mild soap, can help get fleas off your pet’s fur and skin.
- Comb Your Pet’s Hair Using a Fine-Tooth Flea Comb.
- Kill the Fleas.
- Do Regular Checks.
- Let Your Pet Groom Itself.
Is the Frontline Plus Flea and tick remedy safe for dogs?
Rumor: A dog treated with Frontline subsequently suffered an adverse reaction to the flea and tick treatment. Claim: Frontline Plus brand flea and tick remedy can cause serious adverse reactions in dogs. UNPROVEN. I would like to give a warning to all dog owners (and maybe cat owners too) who use Frontline Plus.
How long does Frontline Plus flea control work?
control kills for 30 days. and larvae. Stop a flea infestation with the mighty killing force of FRONTLINE Plus. It doesn’t just kill adult fleas and ticks but also slays the next generation of flea eggs and larvae. Plus, it works non-stop for 30 days on dogs and cats.
Which is the best flea and tick treatment for dogs?
FRONTLINE® Plus for dogs is a topical flea and tick control which provides waterproof, fast-acting, long-lasting flea and tick treatment and control for your dog.
When to reapply flea treatment on a dog?
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. I’ve been bathing my dog every week and I’ve put some flea treatment on her 2 weeks ago and she’s infested with fleas what else can I do? There are probably flea eggs in your home.
What is the best flea remedy for dogs?
Any brand of dishwashing liquid soap is a good flea remedy for dogs. Dishwashing liquid soap contains certain oils that kill any fleas hiding in the dog’s fur. It doesn’t dry the dog’s fur out, like some other flea shampoos.
What flea treatment is the best for my Dog?
Bottom line: Bayer health Seresto has been proven to be the most effective treatment for dogs. The fact that it is odorless and non-greasy makes it easy to use. These are some of the features that make it recommendable to any dog owner. This is a water-resistant form of flea and tick treatment.
Is frontline flea treatment dogs safe for long term use?
There are definitely pros and cons to the topical flea medication that pet owners should know and discuss with their veterinarian. Frontline states their medication is safe, even in long term use. It’s also safe for pregnant and nursing dogs and puppies over the age of eight weeks.
Can your dog still get fleas if on Frontline Plus?
While Frontline Plus kills adult fleas on your dog and prevents the development of new fleas, it doesn’t have any effect on the eggs, larvae and pupae already present. Those baby fleas will still hatch and develop, dying only once they develop into adults and get on your dog.