Which Frontline is best for my dog?

Which Frontline is best for my dog?

Frontline Plus is our top nonprescription recommendation because it kills ticks and fleas, controls flea infestations, and kills chewing lice, all with one easy application. When used primarily for flea control, each dose of Frontline Plus lasts up to three months.

What happens if I give my dog too much Frontline?

If your dog is over dosed it will go into seizures and die! , A Proud Pet Owner & Pet Lover. Frontline is a very good product that has demonstrated over 15+ years to become safe and effective for flea and tick control. The ingredients at Frontline Plus are fipronil and s-methoprene.

When should I apply Frontline to my dog?

Treat all your dogs and cats every month for optimal flea control. When applied correctly, FRONTLINE PLUS remains active against fleas for at least one month. If you are in a paralysis tick area, apply FRONTLINE PLUS FOR DOGS every 2 weeks to provide paralysis tick control for your dog.

Which is better Frontline or Advantage?

Frontline Plus is slightly less expensive than Advantage II and protects both against fleas (in their various stages) and ticks (whereas Advantage only treats fleas and is more costly).

Which is better Frontline or Nexgard?

Nexgard will kill ticks a bit quicker than Frontline does, but Frontline is both less expensive and easier to get your hands on. Of course, Nexgard should be easier to apply, given that it’s a chewable tablet (assuming your dog will eat it, that is). Ultimately, both treatments should work for most owners.

What are the side effects of Frontline?

Side Effects of Frontline for Fleas & Ticks

  • Skin Irritation.
  • Appetite Loss.
  • Excess Salivation and Drooling.
  • Reversible Neurological and Psychological Effects.
  • Vomiting and Diarrhea.

Is Frontline or Advantage better?