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How Far Frontline plus is Safe for Cats and Dogs?

By Anuradha Subscribe to RSS | February 28th 2012 | Views:

If you have dog or cat at your place then it may happen that he or she suffers from ticks and it is very necessary for you to treat them as it harms your pet skin and it can causes some diseases to you too. When you bring pet at your place, you want to play with him or her and moreover the pet at your place lives in that surrounding in which you are living. Thus, it is always advisable for you to take all the safety measures and take better care of your pet. When you suffer from any type of skin disease you want to get rid of that allergy as soon as possible same is the case with dogs and cats. They are irritated as these ticks not only harm their skin but there body also internally.

Frontline plus 3 is one of the medicines which help you to treat the ticks in the dogs and cats. It is a monthly topical ticks and flea care medicine that kills 100% of flea within 12 hours and 100% ticks within 48 hours. It comes with the guarantee of killing the ticks. Frontline plus 3 contains an insect growth regulator which kills the flea eggs and it is effective medicine at all the stages of the ticks to kill them.

The frontline plus 3 is used for dogs, cats and their young ones (kitten and puppies) who are of 8 weeks and older. Frontline plus is used to kill all the fleas and ticks and also give the protection from them for 30 days. It also kills chewing lice. After taking frontline plus 3 it may happen that your pet gets irritated when you applied the medicine on him or her. You should not get worried but if it happens gradually then consult the veterinarian as it may happen that this medicine is not suiting your pet.

Keep the frontline away from heat as it is flammable. This medicine act as a poison for human beings thus keep it away from children and if someone do so then immediately concert your doctor. Wash your hands carefully with soap and water after you give frontline plus to your pet as it is harmful for your eyes. Never give an extra dose of frontline plus to your pet.

It is very simple to use frontline plus on your pet. Just apply frontline plus at the effective part of your pet and get results. Be careful that you are not using frontline plus at your pets skin before 30 days. Store the frontline plus at the room temperature and in an air tight container. Moreover, you can get frontline plus easily in the market.

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