Flea Control : Side Effects of Frontline for Pets


Let’s talk about potential side effects for
Frontline or Frontline Plus. Frontline plus is generally well tolerated and side effects
are mild to none in most animals. Few reports of side effects include hair loss at the site
of placement, also mild irritation at the placement of the product. Always check with
your veterinarian as far as is this product safe for your pet, and if you think there
are any types of side effects. So what you would watch for would basically be generally
an area of redness or hair loss right at the neck between the shoulder blades, because
that’s where you’re generally placing the product. Frontline Plus should never be used
in debilitated or very geriatric patients. Again, always check with your veterinarian
first. But Frontline is very safe and it usually does a very good job of fleas and ticks and
is well tolerated in most dogs and cats. Always make sure that you’re using the right product
that is for the right size of dog or cat, and that you’re using a cat for cat product,
a dog for dog product.

9 thoughts on “Flea Control : Side Effects of Frontline for Pets

  1. Some people don't seem to feel a problem but I've used it on my dog and it affected us both. My dog was very lethargic for a day or 2 and hated me.

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  5. I use 4pawsallnaturalpetsoap.com.This stuff is toxic do your home people to the side effects as my cat sever reaction ?

  6. I'm sitting here at 2h36am watching over my GSD who for the past 24hrs looked like she was not going to make it after I applied Frontline Plus on her. Frontline Plus is a pesticide…. obviously it is going to harm your pet. DO NOT USE FRONTLINE PLUS ON YOUR ANIMAL! If you did, wash that crap off and take your dog to the vet, give your dog activated charcoal (from your chemist) and pump your dog with Aloe Vera juice as well. I will NEVER again apply anything like that on my pets again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. It’s the same chemical the only thing that matters is the right dose, you can argue with me but you can get the one that’s for a 100 pound dog and split it in half for two 50 pound dogs just make sure the concentration is the same and see how much the fifty pound dog gets compared to the hundred it could be dangerous if you can’t measure and it is not a lot of liquid so you would need a diabetic needle to measure it

  8. I used Frontline Plus on a feral cat. I managed to get some of the product on their shoulder hair. I understand it must go on the skin but this is as close as I can get to treating her without spooking her. However, when I was trying to dose her, she did spook. She looked up suddenly and I think I may have gotten a little bit in her eye,…not sure, but I may have. Capturing her to treat her for this is almost impossible. If Frontline got in her eye, will she be ok?

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