What is the difference between Frontline and Frontline Plus for cats?

Frontline Plus is an improvement over Frontline; it has an additional active ingredient called methoprene, which kills the eggs and larvae of fleas and ticks. Frontline kills only adult fleas and ticks. In contrast, Frontline Plus eliminates both adult and young fleas and ticks.

Is Advantage or Frontline better?

FRONTLINE Plus and Advantage II are both effective in eliminating fleas in all life stages. Both products feature three-way prevention that lasts up to a month. But when it comes to severe infestations and broad-spectrum protection, FRONTLINE is a better choice between the two.

Is Frontline for cats any good?

I have treated my cats 2 times with Advantage and they do not have fleas anymore. Frontline did not work at all after 2 rounds of very expensive treatments. Unfortunately, I trusted Frontline to provide relief for my cats all of which are over 15 years of age. One of my cats passed away a week ago.

What’s the difference between Frontline Plus and Frontline spot on?

What is the difference between FRONTLINE Plus and FRONTLINE Spot On? Both products kill fleas and ticks on your pet, however our most advanced formula FRONTLINE Plus also stops flea eggs from hatching and infesting your home.

What is the difference between frontline combo and frontline?

FRONTLINE Combo is the prescription-only form of FRONTLINE Spot On, the most popular Flea and Tick treatment available. Combo has an extra ingredient which is particularly helpful for flea control if you forget to re-apply FRONTLINE as frequently as you should.

What if my cat licks Frontline flea treatment?

Frontline (Merial): “If licking occurs, a brief period of hypersalivation may be observed due mainly to the nature of the carrier.” Advantage and Advantage Multi (Bayer): “Oral ingestion by cats may result in hypersalivation, tremors, vomiting, and decreased appetite.”

Is advantage safer than frontline?

Some tests have shown that Frontline kills live adult fleas more quickly than Advantage, but only by a few hours. Another consideration when choosing between Frontline Plus and Advantage II for Dogs is your pet’s risk of exposure.

What happens if my cat licks Frontline flea treatment?

How old does a cat have to be to get Frontline Plus?

FRONTLINE Plus for Cat & Kitten Flea & Tick Spot Treatment is a fast-acting, waterproof flea and tick treatment proven to kill adult fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, chewing lice and ticks. Approved for use in cats and kittens, this month-long treatment is made for cats eight weeks or older, weighing 1.5 pounds and greater.

How does Frontline Plus work for fleas on dogs?

FRONTLINE Plus also breaks the flea life cycle by destroying the next generation of flea eggs and larvae—giving you the power to help prevent a flea infestation on your pet. Because it stores in the sebaceous glands in the skin, it constantly replenishes the protection for 30 days, working even if your pet gets wet.

How often should I give my Dog Frontline Plus?

Reapply FRONTLINE Plus every 30 days to help protect your pet against fleas and ticks. Trusted by vets for over 20 years, waterproof, fast-acting FRONTLINE Plus kills fleas, flea eggs, lice, and ticks, including those that may transmit Lyme disease.

How long does frontline Flea and tick treatment last?

LASTING FLEA AND TICK PROTECTION: Frontline’s long-lasting formula is stored in the oil glands of the cat’s skin to give non-stop flea and tick protection for a full 30 days. Frontline flea and tick treatment for cats works non-stop for a full 30 days. A 6-dose supply lasts for 6 months.