Fleas are a very common problem and can be more than just a minor irritation. They can cause intense itching and scratching, and carry some infections that can be transmitted to your pet and family. Heavy infestations can cause anaemia in puppies and kittens.
In addition, some cats and dogs suffer from a skin condition caused by an allergy to flea faeces and/or saliva, called Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD). It is important that owners seek advice from a vet if their pet is showing signs of this condition, which include hair loss and sore spots from excessive scratching.
Because Frontline Spot On works specifically on the nervous system of insects, it has a high safety margin for use on cats and dogs. In fact, a 4kg cat could ingest 26 times the normal dose without suffering significant adverse effects.*
NFA-VPS None food animal medicine that can be dispensed by Veterinarian, Pharmacist, Suitably Qualified Person