Flea Tick Frontline Spot On Dogs

Wondering how to prevent and get rid of the flea and tick nuisance affecting your dogs. Well, worry no more. There is a perfect solution for this. Flea tick Frontline Spot on dogs is the veterinary solution that will effectively solve all these problems. Flea tick Frontline spot on dogs works to prevent and control infestation of fleas and ticks and also lice.

Treatment using flea tick Frontline spot on dogs is non-systemic. This means that the solution works to eliminate pests by contact with the dog’s skin and not necessarily through blood. Application process on the dogs is quite simple as there are pipettes provided that you can use.

Flea Tick Frontline spot on Dogs

Active ingredients

There are two chemical ingredients that make up the frontline spot on solution. The fact that two active ingredients are put together makes it an even more powerful treatment for fleas and ticks infestation. The active ingredients include;

  • Fiprinol –this works by attacking and instantly killing the adult fleas and ticks
  • S-Methoprene – this is an insect growth regulator. It works by preventing the growth and maturity of both eggs and larvae. Since fleas multiple super-fast by laying hundreds of eggs, the best way to eliminate them all is getting rid of the eggs and larvae too.
Flea Tick Frontline Spot On Dogs

With those two active ingredients, you can be sure that all fleas on your dog will be eliminated. Flea tick Frontline spot on dogs is actually one of the best and most used treatments in the market thanks to its effectiveness in getting rid of the pests.

When you use flea tick Frontline spot on dogs be sure that about 98-100 percent of fleas will be killed in 24 hours for a period of two months. Additionally, ticks are eliminated within 48 hours for a period on one month. By now you must have realized just how powerful this solution is in getting rid of the nuisance of fleas and ticks. Furthermore, your dog is at a low risk of developing diseases brought about by the infestation.

Flea bites may cause diseases

Fleas, ticks and lice can be the cause of various other diseases your dog will suffer from if treatment is not started immediately. They can also carry along other parasites. Some of these diseases include;


Flea infestation is such a grave condition that it can lead to anemia. This is most especially if your dog is infested with hundreds and thousands of fleas. You do know that they feed on the blood of the dog and can therefore easily cause anemia.

Flea allergy dermatitis

This is an allergy brought about by bites from the fleas. There are substances present in the saliva of the fleas that trigger an allergic reaction once they enter the body. The allergic reaction is characterized by irritations on the skin and itching which ultimately results in loss of hair.


Most fleas carry tapeworms in their bodies. While trying to scratch or lick an itching area on the skin, a dog might end up swallowing some fleas. While tapeworms may not adversely affect your dog compared to the other infections, it is best if you get treatment. Mostly because, you will be the next one getting infected with the tapeworms.



This is a condition caused by a particular species of ticks and actually affects humans as well as dogs. When you get infected with rickettsiosis there are symptoms you are likely to experience such as a rash or spots developing on the body. You may also experience fever, muscle pain and headaches.

The conditions I have mentioned above can cause serious health problems for you dog. Your dog can become less active due to a lack of energy or have skin problems as a result.

Ticks carry infectious diseases

There are a number of infections associated with ticks that can negatively affect the health of your dog. Some of these infectious diseases include Rocky mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis and canine babesiosis.

Ticks on dogs

Some of these diseases will not only affect dogs but can also be transmitted to humans as well. For instance, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease and Ehrlichiosis are transmitted to humans when they get bitten by the ticks. This infections are life threatening to both humans and dogs and call for immediate treatment. On the other hand, canine babesiosis affects only dogs. It is also life threatening to the dog and should be treated immediately.

Usage instructions

Flea tick Frontline spot on dogs is easy to use and apply. Ensure you apply directly on the skin of the dog and at the base of the neck. Make sure it’s in front of the shoulder blades. The area should be such that the dog cannot reach and lick it. Additionally, give the solution 24 hours to dry before letting your dog have a bath.

Do not worry if your dog is pregnant or lactating because Frontline spot on is entirely safe for use during this period. There will be no effects on the dog whatsoever. You can also use it on puppies ranging from the age of 8 weeks.

Check instructions for use and ensure you only use the product on the animals it is intended for. The product may not be safe for use on some pets, therefore it is best if you only use it on the animals stated in the instruction manual and no other.

Flea Tick Frontline spot on Dogs
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Don’t forget to thoroughly wash your hand with soap and clean water after use. Keep the solution somewhere safe and out of the reach of children.

Also, before administering treatment carefully read the instructions on dosage and use provided in the instruction manual that comes with the product.

Places where the dog usually spends time should be taken care of too and treated. These may be the dog’s beddings, the kernel and even your carpet. Have these areas treated with a flea and tick home spray to eliminate any flea that may still be lingering there.

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Lastly, use flea tick Frontline spot on dogs after every 1 month to ensure effective protection of your dogs.

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