Frontline Plus kills fleas rapidly. Monthly application will deplete the flea population over time and protect your environment from re-infestations. Can be used in kittens from 8 weeks of age.
There's a time to deal with fleas and that time is meow.
Frontline Plus for cats is a topical treatment that stops fleas in their tracks. It kills adult fleas on your cat within twelve hours of application, and prevents the development of flea eggs, larvae and pupae. Just apply it to the back of your cat's neck every month, that's all there is to it!
Safe for use on breeding, pregnant and lactating queens.
Water fast, so it can be used on cats that are shampooed between treatments.
Ensure your cat is completely dry before applying frontline plus for cats and wait 24 hours before wetting your cat again.
Treats and controls flea allergy dermatitis. Treats and controls biting lice. For paralysis tick control on cats use frontline spray.
Product SKU: BHW2856
Get your pet tested for an existing heartworm infection. After consulting the vet start the treatment.
Weigh your pet and choose the relevant pack from the four colour-coded packs available.
Refer dosage table for details. Let the pet stand in a comfortable position.
Make a bare skin spot at a point between the shoulder blades and the base of the neck.
Place the tip of the open pipette on the bare skin spot.
Press the pipette and pour out the entire content of the liquid on the spot.
Allow it to dry.
For small dogs, spot-on application needs to be done at one place while for larger dogs apply at 3-4 spots starting from base of skull and move across the backbone.
Do not allow children and pets to groom the treated pet until the application site is dry. Safety of advocate is not confirmed for breeding, pregnant and lactating pets. Consult your vet before using it on pets going through these stages.
Warnings & Precautions
Store below 30°C Will irritate the eyes and skin.
Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
If product enters eyes, wash it out immediately with water.
Wash hands after use.
First aid if poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or poisons information centre.
Phone Australia 131 126.
Disposal wrap empty container in paper and place in garbage.