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Medicinal Category :AVM-GSL
Frontline Spot On for Dogs may be used to treat and prevent fleas and ticks, and to control biting lice on your dog. It can be used on a dog or puppy which weighs over 20kg and up to 40kg and is at least 8 weeks old.
Do not use on rabbits.
Instructions will be included with the product. If you have questions about the use of this veterinary medicine, please contact us at email@example.com or speak to your vet. Further information about veterinary medicines can be obtained from the
Veterinary Medicines Directorate.
As this is a veterinary medicine our Vet Team may on occasion contact you to ensure that this product is suitable for your pet.
Store below 25°C, in a dry place and in the original packaging.
Due to regulatory law and safety reasons this product cannot be returned after delivery and is excluded from our returns policy and exempt from the cool-off period
Each tube contains 268mg Fipronil.
Weigh your dog and choose the correct size pipette for its weight.
Dose: 1 pipette of 'Frontline Spot On for Dogs 20 - 40kg' for dogs weighing over 20 kg and up to 40 kg bodyweight.
For topical use only.
How to use: Hold upright. Tap the narrow part of the pipette to ensure that the contents are within the main body of the pipette. Break back the snap-off top of the spot-on pipette along the scored line. Part the coat between the shoulder blades until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the pipette on the skin and squeeze gently at one or two spots to empty its contents onto the skin.
Applying Frontline causes fleas to become hyperexcited, so it's not unusual for them to become more visible before dying.
You can handle your dog as usual as soon as the application site is dry.
Minimum treatment interval is 4 weeks.