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What Every Dog Owner Needs To Know About Frontline Plus
Is your dog besieged by fleas and ticks? If so, buying Frontline Plus may be an option that your veterinarian recommends. Frontline not only kills fleas and ticks (and their larvae), but also biting lice, Sarcoptic mites and mosquitoes. This particular flea medicine for dogs is approved for puppies eight weeks and older as well as adult dogs. There are four different versions, each colour-coded according to your dog's weight. Be sure to order the correct dosage of Frontline Plus to ensure that your pet gets complete flea and tick relief all season long.
How to Use Frontline Plus
Frontline is incredibly easy to use. There are no pills or shots to worry about. You simply apply the medicine between your dog's shoulder blades. It will then spread out by itself. One thing that many pet owners don't know is that this medicine also seeps into the sebaceous glands (the glands under the individual strands of fur) where it acts as a reservoir to continually kill fleas, ticks (including those which may carry Lyme disease), lice and other biting nuisances at all stages of their development - from eggs to larvae to adult.
Break the Flea and Tick Life Cycle
Applying the medicine each month will break the flea's and tick's life cycle and stop it "dead" in its tracks. Each application of Frontline Plus will last for 30 days. Another little-known benefit of using Frontline as a flea and tick medicine is that it's waterproof - meaning your furry friend can continue to be bathed, groomed or play in the rain without worrying that the medicine will wash off. Many pet owners happily report that Frontline Plus works better than cheaper "off-brand" flea medication and that they can notice a significant difference in their pet's health and demeanour within a day or two.
Buying Flea Control Medicine On-line
There are several benefits to buying Frontline on-line. For example, you may qualify for free shipping or earn points toward the purchase of other products. Many dog owners feel resigned to the high prices their vet charges in order to give their pets much-needed flea and tick relief, but buying on-line can save you money and time. What's more, you can often order a supply for several months, saving you time, money and gas by buying in bulk and avoiding long lines at the local pet supplies store. Just be certain to choose the correct type of Frontline Plus for the size of your dog, and if you're uncertain, have them weighed at the vet's office.
With hundreds of ratings and reviews as well as scientific studies to back up its efficiency, Frontline Plus is one of the most popular flea and tick control medicines for dogs. One small investment can provide your pet with months of flea-free happiness and put an end to biting, itching and scratching. And what pet owner doesn't want the very best for their furry friend?
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