You can use Frontline Spray on kittens and cats as young as 8 weeks of age but not any younger. It can be used on dogs and puppies as well of the same age range.
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Frontline spot-on products are available in four sizes according to the weight of the dog, and there is one size for cats. The Frontline spray treatment is safe for use on both dogs and cats. Owners can also use the spray treatment on puppies and kittens over 8 weeks old.
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Frontline offers two "spot-on" products and one spray treatment. All the Frontline products contain the insecticide fipronil, and the spot-on products contain S-Methoprene, which kills the eggs before they hatch. A third ingredient in Frontline Tritak for Dogs is Cyphenothrin, a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide. Frontline Tritak for Cats contains Etofenprox, which is a pyrethroid ether pesticide safe for use on cats. The Tritak products are not interchangeable; natural and synthetic pyrethroid ester products are toxic to cats.
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The active ingredient in Frontline Spray is called "fipronil." It kills fleas and ticks in cats and kittens, including deer ticks, the major carrier of Lyme disease.
Frontline Spray is an easy-to-use, over-the-counter treatment for dogs and cats that eliminates fleas and ticks. It can be used for emergency infestations or on a monthly basis, killing all ticks and fleas within 18 to 48 hours of use by interfering with their nervous systems. This useful spray also helps dogs with sarcoptic mange infestations as well as chewing lice.Frontline should not be administered to rabbits. Frontline Spray may be used on puppies and kittens from 2 days of age and on breeding, pregnant or lactating females.For topical use on cats and dogs only. Do not give to pets by mouth. Avoid the eye area.Do not use the spray near naked flames. Allow pets at least 30 minutes for the Spray to dry before allowing near fires or other heat sources.When using the product, owners are advised to wear rubber gloves and to wash hands after use.Dosage and Administration: Spray the entire body of the animal from a distance of approximately 10 to 20 cm using the pump applicator. Apply the spray against the lay of the hair and ruffle the fur to ensure the product penetrates right down to skin level. Ensure the pet’s entire coat is thoroughly wet then allow to dry naturally. Do not towel dry.3 to 6 mL/kg treats and prevents fleas for up to twelve weeks on dogs and up to eight weeks on cats. Higher rates may be required for long-haired animals or those with thick coats. For control of flea allergy dermatitis, a dose rate of 6 mL/kg should be applied monthly to the affected animal. For adequate flea control, all other dogs and cats in the household should be treated routinely using Frontline products.A dose rate of 3-6ml/kg will treat and prevent adult brown dog tick () infestation for up to four weeks. For prevention of infestation by paralysis tick (), a dose rate of 6 mL/kg will provide three weeks protection. Dense-coated animals may require higher dose rates. Ensure the entire coat is thoroughly wet, paying particular attention to the face, ears and neck. Animals should be searched daily for ticks during the paralysis tick season.For treatment of biting lice (), a dose rate of 6 mL/kg is required. All dogs and cats in the household should be treated at the same time, even those showing no signs of lice.Product contains: FIPRONILStorage: Store below 30 deg. C (room temperature).Manufacturer:Merial Australia PtyYou can find a Client Information Sheet which provides a summary of information about Frontline Spray for Dogs and Cats by following the link below: