Is Frontline Plus safe for kittens?

Is Frontline Plus safe for kittens?

It is safe to treat puppies and kittens with FRONTLINE SPRAY from 2 days of age.

Can I use Frontline on an 8 week old kitten?

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.

When can you put Frontline on a kitten?

8 weeks
Frontline Plus: Can be used on kittens 8 weeks or older.

Can I put Frontline on a 6 week old kitten?

Frontline Spray can be used on kittens from the age of 2 days old. From 2 days old until 8 weeks, this is the only product that Frontline recommends for flea and tick control in kittens.

When to use Frontline Plus for puppies and kittens?

For infants that are younger than 8 weeks, Frontline Plus usage is not recommended. Only pups and kittens above 8 weeks of age must be treated with Frontline Plus. Moreover, keep the kids away when the solution is applied to the pet.

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.

When to use Capstar or frontline on kittens?

Frontline should not be used on kittens younger than 8 weeks of age…so, if these kittens are on and around the mother, nursing from her, etc…it would not be a good idea to have the Frontline applied to her. I also would not recommend using Capstar on the mother if she is still nursing.

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.

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.

When to use frontline Flea and tick spray on kittens?

Frontline Spray. Frontline Spray can be used on kittens from the age of 2 days old. From 2 days old until 8 weeks, this is the only product that Frontline recommends for flea and tick control in kittens. Frontline Spray should be applied to the kitten’s skin—underneath the fur—every three weeks for the most effective flea control possible.

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 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.