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Frontline vs. Frontline Plus: What's the Difference?

Frontline vs. Frontline Plus: What's the Difference?

Published: 25th September, 2017 in: Pets

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?

Original Frontline Spot On

Frontline Spot On is an effective flea and tick treatment that comes in the form of a pipette. When applied to the skin on the back of the neck, it provides a barrier that protects your pet from fleas, ticks and lice and any pests that come into contact with the pet’s coat will be killed. It’s easy to use and it kills fleas within 24 hours and ticks within 48 hours.

New Frontline Plus

Frontline Plus boasts all of the benefits of the original Frontline Spot On product but it comes with a dual action formula that not only kills fleas and ticks on your pet but it also prevents the eggs from hatching in and around your home. Flea eggs can end up on your carpets, furniture and upholstery where they then hatch and turn into fleas. It can take months to free your home and your pet from a flea infestation so prevention is the best course of action. If you want a flea free home, this product interrupts the flea hatching cycle quickly and effectively.

How Does Frontline Work?

Frontline contains the active ingredient Fipronil which when applied to the dog’s or cat’s skin it coats it and mixes with the natural oils found in the pet’s fur and provides protection from fleas, ticks and lice for a number of weeks.

How Often Should Frontline be Used?

Frontline Spot On should be used on your cats or dogs every four weeks to provide effective protection from fleas, ticks and lice.

How Long Does it Take to Start Working?

It kills fleas, ticks and lice in 24 hours when applied to the back of the neck.

Where Can I Buy Them?

You can purchase both Frontline Spot On treatment and Frontline Plus online at Weldricks.