skip to main content

Frontline Plus for Cats -- 3 Tubes


Frontline Plus for Cats

Out of stock
View Similar Products

Added to My List as a guest.

Your guest list will be saved temporarily during your shopping session.

Sign in to add items to your saved list(s).

1 item added to your list

Frontline Plus for Cats -- 3 Tubes

Oops! Something went wrong and we were unable to process your request. Please try again.

Frontline Plus for Cats Description

  • Kills Fleas, Flea Eggs, Ticks, and Chewing Lice
  • Fast-Acting
  • Long-Lasting
  • Kills Ticks Including Those That May Transmit Lyme Disease
  • Waterproof
  • For Cat & Kittens over 8 weeks old.

 When used monthly, Frontline Plus completely breaks the flea life cycle and control tick and chewing lice infestations. Do not reapply Frontline Plus for 30 days.

 

Frontline Plus kills adult fleas, flea eggs, and flea larvae for up to six weeks. Frontline Plus also prevents development of all flea stages for up to six weeks. Frontline Plus can control fleas for up to six weeks, however, if there is a high risk of reinfestation or if the cat has fleas which may cause flea allergy dermatitis, a once monthly application may be needed.

 


Directions

To kill fleas, all stages of brown dog ticks, american dog ticks, lone star ticks and deer ticks (which may carry Lyme disease)  and chewing lice, apply to cats and kittens (8 weeks or older) as follows:

  • Remove applicator from child-resistant package.
  • Hold applicator upright and snap applicator tip away from face and body.
  • Place applicator tip through animals hair to the skin level between the shoulder blades.
  • Squeeze applicator, applying entire contents in a single spot to the animal's skin.
  • Avoid superficial application to the animal's hair.
  • Only one applicator per treatment is needed.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingrendients: fipronil 9.8%, (S)-methoprene 11.8%,
Inactive Ingredients: 78.4%
Warnings

Frontline Plus for Cats is approved for use on all cats, including breeding, pregnant, and lactating queens and kittens as young as 8 weeks and weighing over 1.5 lbs.

 

Pets may experience some temporary irritation at the site of application. If signs persist or become more severe within a few days of application, consult a veterinarian immediately.

 

Do not allow your cat to ingest this product. Do not apply to cats weighting less than 1.5 lbs or younger than 8 weeks of age. Do NOT use more than one application per month.

 

To prevent harm to you and your pet, read entire label and enclosed directions before each use. Follow all directions and precautionary statements carefully.  Use on CATS ONLY. Do not use on Rabbits, or ANY OTHER PETS

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
View printable version Print Page

How to Deep Clean Your Home After a Flea Infestation

If you’re an experienced pet owner, you’ve probably master the safe and natural ways to  prevent and treat your dog or cat for fleas. But if you feel like you’re constantly fighting an uphill battle, the problem may not be your pets, it might be your house itself. Fleas don’t only live in your dog or cat’s fur, they also live and multiply in pet bedding, carpet, furniture, drapes, and even your yard. Follow these foolproof tips to fight fleas in and around your home this summer.

Woman Cuddling Dog on Clean Couch After Treating it for Flea Infestation | Vitacost.com/blog

Clean the carpets

If you have carpet in your home, even an area rug, those pesky little parasites can hang out, getting all cozy and warm, laying eggs and wreaking havoc on your home. Sprinkle baking soda onto the carpet and use a broom to work it beneath the nap of the fibers where the fleas and eggs like to nestle snug as a, well, bug in a rug. Let it sit for an hour and then vacuum the carpet thoroughly. Be sure to keep your dog or cat off the carpet until you’ve removed the baking soda so as to avoid them accidentally ingesting it.

Flea-proof furniture

You’ll want to vacuum any cloth furniture and window coverings just like you did the carpet. If the flea problem is really tough to tackle and you feel like you’ve been losing the battle despite your best efforts, you can use the same baking soda treatment on cloth furniture but it can be more challenging to get out of the cracks and crevices and possibly discolor furniture, so beware.

Once you have removed the existing problem, treat your furniture and drapes with a vinegar solution (see below) twice a week to scare them away. 

Pet bedding

Kill it with fire, as they say. If you can wash it, be relentless. Hot water, long wash cycle and into the dryer with a temperature that rivals the fires of Hades. If it’s too big to put in the washer or dryer, vacuum it as thoroughly as possible and spray with the vinegar solution.

Treat your yard

Keep any bushes, shrubs, vines, and the like well trimmed and under control. Be sure not to let weeds turn into a jungle and if you have a lawn, trim the grass regularly to keep flea under control and your HOA happy. Diatomaceous earth sprinkled in your lawn or garden will create an inhospitable environment for fleas and other pests. Diatomaceous earth is safe to use around kids and pets, given that many types are even safe for ingestion, so that’s a big reason to take this route as opposed to dousing your yard in insecticides and poison. 

Dehumidify the house

Turns out fleas are fickle little guys. They need a very specific humidity level to thrive and reproduce. Buy or rent a dehumidifier for each room where the fleas are flourishing. Crank them up to get the humidity below 50 percent and keep it there for 2-3 days. All the fleas, larvae and eggs will literally shrivel up and die, then you can laugh maniacally as you vacuum them up like the flea-fighting master mind that you are.   

Flea haven hot spots

  • Pet bedding
  • Carpet
  • Furniture
  • Grass/lawn

Homemade Flea Spray 

Ingredients

Directions

Mix ingredients well in a spray bottle. Spray fabrics 1-2 times per week to prevent re-infestation.

Sponsored Link
Sign Up & Save

Get exclusive offers, free shipping deals, expert health tips & more by signing up for our promotional emails.

Please enter a valid zip code
FLDC8
91637