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Frontline Flea

Frontline Kills Fleas on Your Pet

Frontline flea preventative is a monthly flea and tick preventative solution. Constant scratching, skin irritation, and discomfort, are all possible signs that your pet might have fleas. To determine if your pet has fleas, you can comb through your pet's coat with a flea comb, and part the hair to search for "flea dirt." Flea dirt is comprised of dead skin, dead fleas and dried up blood. Finding this type of residue on your pet's skin is a clear indication of a flea infestation and should be addressed with Frontline Plus immediately.

Popular flea killer Frontline Top SpotFrontline Plus is a top selling flea killer for many pet owners

Frontline Plus Fights Against Ticks

Frontline Plus protects against ticks which is important since ticks can carry Lyme Disease. Arthritis and lameness are the main results of the Lyme Disease infection. Using Frontline flea preventative as a flea and tick treatment is effective against all stages of the brown dog tick, the American dog tick, lone star tick and deer ticks (the major carrier of Lyme disease).

Signs of Lyme Disease in Cats

Lameness, fever, loss of appetite, fatigue, eye damage, unusual breathing, or heart involvement are all symptoms of Lyme Disease. Unfortunately, Many cats do not show noticeable symptoms, despite being infected.

Signs of A Dog with Lyme Disease

Infected dogs may be lethargic, have a poor/loss of appetite, or a fever (103° - 105° F). Lameness, shifting from one joint to another, fatigue, aggression, confusion, overeating, and seizures are all signs of Lyme disease in your dog. Like cats, some dogs can be infected but not exhibit any noticeable symptoms.

Frontline Plus is effective in preventing Lyme Disease by warding off ticks, but it does not treat a dog infected with Lyme Disease. If you suspect your pet has Lyme disease, you should bring your pet to a veterinarian for medical attention.

 

 
 
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