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Frontline plus has a rapid onset of action and kills re-infestations with newly acquired adult flees for at least one month. Front Plus also prevents the development of flea eggs, larvae and pupae produced by adult fleas acquired for 6 weeks after treatment. Please note Frontline 12pack is only available online.
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  • Additional Information

    • Brand
      Frontline Plus
    • Application Method
      Spot On
    • Treatment Type
      Flea & Tick
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    Customer Reviews(12)

    • Olivia says... the fleas were dying within five minutes , dropping off my cats coat all over the floor!
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    • Sam says... This product is a complete waste of money. It simply doesn't work.
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    • Cameron says... Paid top dollar and product simply does not work after using for some time. Have seen no reduction in flea numbers. Instead, have noticed large fleas all over my cat and my house is now infested. Thanks for nothing Frontline!
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    • Mary says... Frontline doesn't work on my cats anymore. Very disappointed, very expensive product and non usable. I wouldn't buy frontline ever.
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    • Gabrielle says... Maybe we are just incredibly lucky however we have been treating our indoor/outdoor 1 year old cat with Frontline with no issues. It seems to last the entire month, especially I missed a month and he become infested with fleas within two weeks, I combined the next treatment with a Capstar tablet to kill the live fleas and I've found no critters on him since getting back to being diligent. In terms of price it's better than others on the market, which is why we tried it first however all flea treatments are expensive sadly.
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    • Irina says... I've got 2 teen-kittens (8 months old sisters) and our Vet has recommended this. I've used it every month( on the first day of the month, so that I wouldn't forget) but my gorgeous cats are riddled with fleas at the moment and the last treatment 7 days ago made absolutely no difference. Huge waste of money and time, from my perspective. I am trying out different products now because this one SIMPLY DOESNT WORK!!!
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    • Leigh says... I have given Frontline a few chances now and have been continually disappointed with the results. Even using fortnightly it doesn't even come close to eliminating the fleas. Very disappointing, especially given the cost of using it. I am now up for the additional vet costs as my cat developed flea related dermatitis. Not to mention the costs associated with my eliminating the fleas from my home.
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    • Chris says... Unfortunately I have to agree with most of the posts here, I have four cats and after using frontline they still continued to scratch and it did not make much difference to the fleas.
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    • Kylie says... I have four cats and one has never responded to Frontline or Frontline Plus, after frequent use it is starting to look effectiveness on my other cats. I have noticed they will get fleas before the end of the month. I now use revolution or advocate.
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    • milla t says... I have been using frontline plus since my cat was 12 weeks old. He is indoor only, and is now 7 months old. He is infested with fleas even though i treat him every month with frontline plus. I am going to have to treat him with a flea rinse and get the house fumigated, as the fleas are now all through the house. I'll never buy this product again, it simply doesn't work. i'm willing to try a different brand.
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