Frontline Combo Dog
Frontline Combo Dog is used for the prevention and treatment of fleas, ticks and biting lice in dogs.
The one active ingredient Fipronil kills fleas within a day after administration and prevents a flea infestation for 8 weeks. It kills ticks and has a repellent effect against ticks up to 4 weeks (depending on the species of tick). It can also be used for treatment of infections with biting lice.
The other active ingredient (S)-Methoprene, an insect growth regulator, prevents the development of eggs, larvae and pupae in the surroundings of the dog for 8 weeks.
Drops applied to the neck (spot-on).
There are 4 variants depending on the body weight of your dog. You can get them all in a 3-pack or a 6-pack.
It is important to treat all animals in the house against fleas. In case of a flea infestation, or the existing risk of a flea infestation, it is also necessary to treat the infected environment, so that you kill larvae and all adult fleas in the house. Indoor-X Spray is a suitable product for this.
Fleas are intermediate hosts of the dog tapeworm Dipylidium Caninum. This tapeworm can be transmitted by swallowing a flea by dogs and cats. This is one of the reasons why veterinarians advise regularly deworming your pets. It is wise to deworm all adult dogs up to 4 times a year or sometimes even more depending on the risk of infection.
Also see our blog post 'Read all the ins & outs about worm control in dogs and cats'
|Type of animal||Dog|
|Age||Very Young, Young, Adult, Senior|
This product can be used to treat flea allergy dermatitis.
Do not use for puppies under the age of 8 weeks. Do not use for cats or rabbits.
Read the instructions and packaging before use.
Method of application: Administer the entire contents of the pipette on one place on the skin of the neck before the shoulder blades.
|Composition||Active ingredient: Fipronil 100 mg/ml and (S)-Methoprene 90 mg/ml.|
In very rare cases: Skin reactions, such as hair loss, redness, itching. Excessive salivation, neurological symptoms, vomiting or respiratory symptoms. These symptoms usually disappear of their own accord. Licking may occasionally cause salivation.
Attachment of individual ticks may occur. Avoid licking or contact with the eyes or mouth of animals and humans. Wash hands after use.
The information presented here is a summary of the information leaflet. Consult the full product information leaflet before use.