Frontline Spot On for Medium Dogs, 10-20kg, 3 Pipettes

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Manufacturer Description

FRONTLINE Spot On for Dogs is utilized for the treatment and prevention of problems by fleas (Ctenocephalides spp.) and ticks (Rhipicephalus spp., Dermacentor spp. and Ixodes spp.) and as part of a treatment technique for Flea Allergy Dermatitis, where this has been previously detected by a veterinary cosmetic surgeon. The item manages problems with Trichodectes canis biting louse on canines. FRONTLINE Spot On Dog can be utilized in pups from 8 weeks of age and weighing over 2kg. Animals should be weighed properly prior to treatment. FRONTLINE Spot On acts by direct contact with parasites and not via your pets bloodstream. It eliminates fleas within 24 hours without requiring them to bite your pet. 1. FRONTLINE Spot On is applied externally to your pets skin on the back of the neck. 2. The active ingredient, fipronil, rapidly liquifies into the natural oils of your pets skin and coat, distributing over the whole body surface within 24 hours and focusing in the sebaceous glands (the skins oil glands) to form a tank. 3. Fipronil is then produced with the sebum (the natural oils of the skin and hair), continuously covering your pets skin and hair for a number of weeks after appliCation - in fact ies the longest-lasting spot on flea treatment available. * for canines over 60kg use 2 pipettes of FRONTLINE Spot on Large Dog

Product Features

For the treatment and prevention of flea infestions For the treatment and prevention of tick infestations For the control of biting lice

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