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Frontline Top Spot topical treatment for fleas & ticks in small to large dogs
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I have always used Frontline Plus with no problems whatsoever, but this year it has not worked at all. I have treated my dogs with 3 treatments each of Frontline Plus in just over a month's time and they still both have fleas so bad that they have no hair on half their body, and have nothing but red skin filled with bites and sores, and the fleas just keep getting worse. My dogs are house dogs and every year I treat them in September for a few months until we get a good hard frost, and I have never had any problems with fleas. Now, both dogs have flea-related tapeworms that I also have to treat because the Frontline Plus has not worked.
FRONTLINE® PLUS FOR DOGS provides fast, effective and convenient treatment and control of fleas, ticks and chewing lice for dogs and puppies.
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We gave our 8yr old dog a Trifexis thinking tics were covered by it and had been using it for a few years. We were told by our vet that tics were not covered by it so she recommended that we use Frontline Plus on him. So we gave him Trifexis one day and 4 days later we treated him with Frontline on the Vets recommendation. Then 4 days later he had a seizure. He had never had a seizure before and we really don’t know what or if there is a correlation between the two. We are stopping the Frontline Plus and will consult with our Vet as to alternate treatments for fleas and tics and to whether it would be wise to go back to using Heartguard for heartworm treatment. May 12, 2017 - If fleas are bugging your dog or cat, topical treatments like Advantage and Frontline can provide long lasting relief
Photo provided by Flickr8.5 oz, FRONTLINE® Spray Treatment for Pets provides long-lasting, effective control of fleas and ticks on your cat and dog
Photo provided by FlickrFRONTLINE ® Plus for Dogs provides fast, effective and convenient treatment and control of fleas and ticks for dogs and puppies
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Frontline Plus for Dogs is topical treatment that kills not only fleas, flea eggs and larvae, but also ticks and chewing lice. Most reviews say that the product is highly effective, but some say it didn't help at all. Generic versions are also available; experts say that some work just as well as Frontline Plus, but others do not -- and be wary of counterfeit products, which might be the source of some complaints over effectiveness. I hate using any of these products, but the last time I think I used Advantage for the cat and had no problems. I am usually all natural, but I hate to see my pets scratching themselves to death, and my cat and dog both have very thick fur making it nearly impossible to get the fleas with a comb. Usually it is a one-time "pesticide" application, and along with vacuuming and constantly washing everything for several weeks, the fleas are gone... so I guess I can handle that. Now I have to give the cat a third treatment (with a different product of course) and hope it works... because Frontline is a waste of time and money, along with putting harmful chemical on my pet for no reason.This doesn’t mean that you should stop using Frontline and Advantage. If you live in an area where fleas are a serious problem you have to weigh the pros and cons of the various flea treatments, or of letting your dog go untreated for fleas. The chances of your dog having an adverse reaction to a topical flea treatment, especially Frontline, Advantage or another product sold by your vet, are still very small.I bought Frontline Plus at my local Tractor Supply store because I get a discount as my son works there. I purchased the three-month treatment of three applications for both my dogs, a full grown Golden Retriever and puppy brother. I gave them both flea baths to start and treated them after for the third time 2 weeks ago. They kept scratching but I thought it was just dry skin. When I would bathe them, I didn't notice fleas and that's why I thought their skin was just dry. In northeast Ohio it's cold and it dries out your skin.