Whether your pets have experienced problems with fleas in the past or you simply want to ensure you are doing everything you can to prevent your pets from getting fleas, Frontline and Frontline Plus are an ideal solution. As a pet owner, flea control is your responsibility and if you are looking for an effective flea and tick prevention treatment for your pet, Frontline and Frontline Plus are both great options. Frontline and Frontline Plus are both used to prevent fleas and ticks, but what is the difference between them and which is better for your pet?
Autumn is in full swing and while you may be spending a little less time outdoors due to the worsening weather conditions, you will still be enjoying daily walks with your dog. For this reason, your pet is still vulnerable to getting a tick. Ticks tend to lurk under leaves throughout Autumn, so as a dog owner, investing in a tick repellent for dogs should be a priority. Here is a guide to everything tick related from prevention to treatment.
During the summer, we see an explosion in the flea activity outdoors. However, this is not the only place you will find fleas at this time of year. Rising temperatures indoors will also trigger a flea-frenzy in your home!
It’s summer and time to dust off your suitcase and dig out your passport. With the unpredictability of the British summer weather, you may be planning a last minute escape abroad for some guaranteed sun. Thanks to the PET travel scheme, your furry friends can go too!
Just make sure your pet is protected against fleas, as not only can they be found in the UK, they are common throughout Europe too. So, your pet could be at risk of picking up more than just a taste for travel and could come back with some foreign flea friends too!