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Merial Frontline Plus Flea and Tick Control for Cats and Kittens, 6 Doses
Flea & Tick Spot On
Flea, flea egg, lice, and tick control for cats and kittens
6-dose supply provides flea, flea egg, chewing lice, and tick relief for up to 6 months
For all cats aged 8 weeks and older
Easy 3-step application process
Package measures 5.8 x 1 x 4.5 inches; includes limited Satisfaction Guarantee
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254 of 265 found the following review helpful:
finally something that does what it saysMay 19, 2005
By Deborah MacGillivray
been down the road with flea and tick collars. Most seem to work when they are new. After the first month it's down hill all the way. Also, after having problems with another brand and was looking for something that was vet recommended. This comes with that recommendation. However the proof is in the pudding as they say -- or in this case the pussy cat.
This stuff does what is say. It stops fleas.So do your pets the favor. They will thank you. It's given once a month on their shoulder blades. Nothing I have ever used works this good.
Caution: Some cats get determined to twist themselves in a pretzel to lick this. I can caused them to foam at the mouth and make them hyper for about 24 hours after. Solution is easy. Take an old sock and trim the toes for an opening for kitty's head and the cut two arm holes. Makes a kitty' vest and will keep them from licking their shoudlers. Keep them in it for about 24-36 hours. No problems.
82 of 88 found the following review helpful:
So far works...Oct 12, 2010
By Yolanda Laguna
Product did not come in the usual box and separted portioned vials, it came in a small amber bottle with no markings and a syringe. Was totally not expecting that, there was no discription of that when I purchased it. However, in the package I received was the description of what it was and how much to use with the syringe. Was a little hesitant to use, because you never know, however so far it is working. The syringe/bottle method was pretty messy to use and I ended up spilling some of the contents.
64 of 70 found the following review helpful:
INCREDIBLE !!!!!!, .............NO FLEASMay 16, 2007
By ' Groovin' guy
I've used powders, I've used flea dips and flea shampoos and sprays flea combs.I then even resorted to garlic in their diets and on their fur..........nothing worked.
Then I tried Frontline, with my discouragement. Fleas are tough !
Frontline got rid of my ENTIRE FLEA PROBLEM.
24 of 25 found the following review helpful:
Perfect for eliminating fleasSep 25, 2005
By FrKurt Messick
In my household of several cats, many of whom enjoy going outdoors (and bringing occasional things inside, including fleas), we need something to keep the pests (the fleas, not the cats) under control. Frontline is one of the better products available for this purpose.
I've tried other solutions - flea collars, products from other sources, and have only found one other item that matches the Frontline effectiveness for eliminating fleas. Within a day of the first use, the cats had stopped scratching and licking incessantly at their fleas. One of my cats is particularly allergic to fleas, and breaks out with sores at the flea bites - for him, Frontline is nothing short of a miracle.
I have known cats to have serious reactions to the flea drops from some companies. My cats have had absolutely no bad reactions to the Frontline applications.
This is a product I will definitely buy again. My cats give this a big 16 paw salute (four cats, four paws each, you get the drift).
55 of 63 found the following review helpful:
Counterfeit?Mar 03, 2009
By B. Elliott
I stumbled on a USA EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) page that warned of counterfeit pesticide pet products...(cut-n-paste to browser)...
The product received from this vendor (JNS Enterprises) failed *many* of the checks for authenticity. In their defense, they did offer to let me return it. However, their business address is in Illinois, the package came from Australia, and they said they purchase their Frontline products from France. I didn't bother returning it - shipping probably would have cost as much as the product for me and would likely have been returned. Against my better judgement, I went ahead and gave Kitty a dose - I had skipped a month and spring is here. She didn't appear to have any fleas at the time but I wanted to keep it that way. So far, no fleas and no dead Kitty.
I forwarded the correspondence to Merial (the Frontline manufacturer) and they replied with..
"It is Merial's sales policy to sell our small animal products only where a veterinarian/client/patient relationship exists. Therefore, we only sell to veterinarians. Merial believes that the veterinarian is the only professional qualified to serve the health care needs of pets, the concerns of their owners and the appropriate use of our small animal products such as FRONTLINE Brand Products."
That sounds like it came from their legal department. Of course, in the US you can buy this retail without any consultation from a veterinarian from any of the major pet supply chains. I suppose they probably have a disclaimer of some sort to skate around the manufacturer's "policy".
I gave this one star (can't select zero) because of the strong suspicion that they're selling counterfeit products according to the US EPA's website mentioned above. Use at your own risk!
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