Front Life Tick & Flea Spray
Front Life Tick & Flea Spray with Fipronil 0.27%: A Comprehensive Guide for Cats and Dogs.
Tick & Flea Spray is a highly effective and widely used treatment for controlling and preventing tick and flea infestations in cats and dogs. Its active ingredient is Fipronil, which is present in a concentration of 0.27%. Fipronil is a potent insecticide that belongs to the phenyl pyrazole family and works by disrupting the nervous system of fleas and ticks, ultimately leading to their demise.
The spray is oil-based, allowing for efficient distribution and absorption into the fur and skin of your pets. The oil-based formulation ensures lasting protection against ticks and fleas by creating a barrier on your pet’s skin, effectively repelling, and killing these pests upon contact.
Here’s how to effectively use Frontline Tick & Flea Spray with Fipronil for your cats and dogs:
- Preparation: Ensure your pet is dry and free of any visible dirt or debris before applying the spray. Brushing your pet’s fur can help in better distribution of the spray.
- Application: Hold the spray bottle upright and at about 10-20 cm from your pet. Spray the product evenly across your pet’s body, starting from the neck and moving towards the tail. Be cautious not to spray directly into the eyes or mouth.
- Drying and Absorption: Allow the spray to dry naturally. Do not towel-dry or rub the spray into the fur, as the product needs time to absorb into the skin and fur to provide effective protection.
- Post-Treatment: Keep your pet away from water (bathing or swimming) for at least 24 hours to ensure the product’s optimal effectiveness.
- Regular Use: Depending on the severity of the infestation and your location, follow the recommended application frequency (usually every 4-12 weeks) to maintain continuous protection against ticks and fleas.
Front Life with Fipronil 0.27% is a reliable and easy-to-use solution to safeguard your beloved pets from the discomfort and health risks associated with tick and flea infestations. Always consult your veterinarian before using any new products on your pets to ensure their safety and efficacy.