FRONTLINE COMBO Spot-On – Fleas and Ticks Spot-on for Cats and Kitten


FRONTLINE Spot-On – Fleas and Ticks Spot-on for Cats and Kitten

Using FRONTLINE COMBO every month helps keep your pet protected from fleas and ticks and the diseases they transmit. Letting you get back to enjoying the good times. Use FRONTLINE COMBO for Keep your pet protected with the UK's No. 1*

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FRONTLINE Spot-On – Fleas and Ticks Spot-on for Cats and Kitten

The two steps to preventing an infestation...

  1. Use FRONTLINE COMBO Spot On monthly to kill fleas and ticks.
  2. Make sure all cats and dogs in your household are treated.

Where Fleas Come From

Fleas rarely jump from one pet to another, as is often thought. Instead dogs pick them up from infested environments

This could be your garden, the local park, a friend's house - any place where an animal that has fleas, such as a rabbit, fox, or another cat or dog, may be found.

Untreated animals leave flea eggs behind wherever they go. New fleas hatch from these infested environments once they sense the warmth, carbon dioxide and vibration an animal such as your pet creates, and jump onto them.

Problems Fleas Cause

Fleas are blood-sucking parasites that can make life miserable for pets and their owners. They can cause:

  • Intense itching and scratching which can result in hair loss
  • Flea Allergy Dermatitis - a very common and unpleasant skin condition caused by an allergy to flea saliva (this needs to be diagnosed by a vet)
  • Tapeworm infestation
  • Anemia in puppies

Flea lifecycle

Flea infestations start with just 2 fleas, with the female laying hundreds of flea eggs within a matter of days. FRONTLINE® Spot On helps prevent infestation by killing adult female fleas before they lay eggs.

This diagram demonstrates the 4 main stages of the common flea life cycle including flea eggs, larvae, pupae and adult fleas.

The Trouble With Ticks

Ticks are bloodsucking parasites that can transmit diseases to your pet.

Ticks are an increasing problem in the UK1 and can cause serious health issues. They are second only to mosquitoes in transmitting infectious disease to humans and animals.

Ticks can:

  • Cause irritation
  • Lead to an abcess
  • Transmit diseases such as Lyme disease, which also affects humuns

How Pets Pick Up Ticks

Wherever you live in the UK, your pet could pick up ticks. These parasites live not only in rural areas but in urban parks and gardens too.

They find a host, such as your cat or dog, by ‘questing' – waving their forelimbs in the air – at the tip of vegetation.

As an animal brushes past, ticks transfer to them and attach themselves by biting through the animal’s skin and cementing themselves in place.

Instructions for use

Weigh your pet and choose the correct size pipette for their weight. If your dog or cat has any signs of skin lesions, soreness or looks unwell, please check with your vet before applying.

  • Hold the pipette upright facing away from you, tap the pipette, and snap off the tip along scored line.
  • Part your pet's fur between the shoulder blades, where they cannot lick it, then place the pipette tip on the skin.
  • For dogs: squeeze contents in one or two spots between the shoulder blades.
  • For cats: squeeze contents in two places; one at the base of the skull and a second 2 -3 cm further back.
  • You can handle your pet as usual as soon as the application site is dry
  • Wait 48 hours before bathing or letting your pet swim
  • Re-apply FRONTLINE COMBO Spot On monthly for continuous protection against fleas and ticks.