Frontline Plus for Dogs
For the treatment, control and prevention of flea and tick infestation, flea allergy dermatitis and biting lice on dogs.
Safe for puppies from 8 weeks of age and use on pregnant and lactating bitches.
Treat monthly for tick control and to maximise flea control, especially on dogs with flea allergy or experiencing high environmental flea challenge.
For routine flea control two-monthly treatment may be all that is required.
Pack size: Triple packs
The flea life cycle is comprised of four developmental stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult flea. The time it takes for a new flea to develop can vary from as little as 12 days to as long as 325 days. As flea pupae can remain dormant in the environment for up to 6 months, it may take some time for flea eggs to emerge as adult fleas.
Adult fleas, the life cycle stage you see on the pet, make up just 5% of the total flea population. Ninety-five percent of the population is made up of eggs, larvae and pupae, which can be found in the pet’s environment.
Flea treatment of all household pets is a year round commitment because fleas can be active in all seasons. When a pet goes outside of the home environment, it can come into contact with fleas from eggs that have been deposited by untreated pets or wildlife.