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How often can you reapply Frontline Plus?

How often can you reapply Frontline Plus?

Treat all your dogs and cats every month for optimal flea control. When applied correctly, FRONTLINE PLUS remains active against fleas for at least one month. If you are in a paralysis tick area, apply FRONTLINE PLUS FOR DOGS every 2 weeks to provide paralysis tick control for your dog.

Can I apply frontline more often?

Frequency. Frontline Plus continues to work for 30 days. Although overdose complications have not been reported at up to five times the normal dose, it is not recommended to use more than once a month. Increased use may result in application site reaction.

How long does it take for Frontline Plus to dry?

It can take up to 48 hours for Frontline to become completely dry on your cat’s skin. As such, avoid touching your cat, especially the area where the product has been applied during that period. Otherwise, you might inadvertently wipe away the product.

When to use Frontline Plus on a kitten?

Can be used in kittens from 8 weeks of age. Safe for use on breeding, pregnant and lactating queens. Waterfast – so it can be used on cats that are shampooed between treatments. Ensure your cat is completely dry before applying FRONTLINE PLUS for Cats and wait 24 hours before wetting your cat again. Treats and controls flea allergy dermatitis.

Can You reapply frontline if your cat still has fleas?

If you don’t wash everything as often as you can your cat may just be getting reinfected all the time and not still have fleas, in which case the frontline is working but there are new ones all over the place anyway. And the length of the coat should not affect the medicine much since it is designed to be an oil that spreads over the skin.

Can I reapply frontline any quicker than 30 days?

I don’t see why a few days early would hurt any but I will say what I was first going to say, best to ask a vet. You could, before applying the second dosage, give your cat a bath using Dawn Dish soap and a flea comb. Sit and pick as many off as you can. Then when the cat dries and stops grooming itself, apply the flea meds.

Can you use Frontline Plus on paralysis ticks?

For paralysis tick control on cats use FRONTLINE SPRAY. Note: Fipronil, one of the active ingredients in FRONTLINE PLUS, causes fleas to become hyperactive and therefore more visible before dying. Available in 3-pipette packs and 6-pipette packs. After application of FRONTLINE PLUS, you can handle your pet as soon as the application site is dry.

How often should you use Frontline Plus for cats?

Frequency Of Application. When used monthly, FRONTLINE ® PLUS FOR CATS completely breaks the flea life cycle and controls tick and chewing lice infestations. Research demonstrates that FRONTLINE ® PLUS kills adult fleas, flea eggs, and flea larvae for up to six weeks.

If you don’t wash everything as often as you can your cat may just be getting reinfected all the time and not still have fleas, in which case the frontline is working but there are new ones all over the place anyway. And the length of the coat should not affect the medicine much since it is designed to be an oil that spreads over the skin.

How often should you use frontline plus tick control?

A once monthly application is recommended where tick control is needed. Although FRONTLINE® PLUS can control fleas for up to six weeks, 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.

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.