Frontline Spray Treatment is a solution for treating the infections caused on the cats from fleas, ticks or chewing lice. It is used on kittens of 8 weeks of age or older. It helps in preventing re-infestations and controls the sarcoptic mange infestations too. Fipronil is the active ingredient present in the Frontline Spray Treatment Formula.
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Frontline Spray Treatment – Directions of Use
The vet’s prescribe the dosage level by diagnosing the cat first and considering its size, requirements and the severity of the condition it is facing. These dosages and administrations should be rightly followed to get the optimum results. the directions for use and all the other details are mentioned in the product label and before you start with the treatment make sure you read all that. The directions of use are mentioned as below:
- Before starting the treatment, first of all you have to wear household latex gloves.
- Now hold the Frontline Spray Treatment bottle in an upright position.
- You can ruffle the coat of your cat with one hand and then spray the solution with the other.
- Spray the Frontline Spray Treatment onto the back, sides, stomach, legs, shoulders and neck of the cat.
- Do not directly apply this solution onto the head or the area around the eyes of your cat. For this purpose, you can spray the solution onto your gloves and then rub it gently into the hair of the cat.
The dosage levels vary on the sizes, so around 1 to 2 pumps per pound of the cat should be given. It also differs on the length or density of the coat. For cats of long or dense coats, higher amount of the Frontline Spray Treatment should be sprayed.
Frontline Spray Treatment – Precautions
- This product is manufactured for use in animals only and should not be used on humans. It should be kept out of the reach of children.
- Even in animals, the Frontline Spray Treatment should be used only on dogs and cats and not on any other animals like rabbits.
- Avoid eye contact and skin contact. This is very hazardous and even if done so accidently washes off thoroughly with water. If any irritations persist consult your vet immediately.
- Wash your hands and other skin areas exposed to this spray well after the handling. Wash it thoroughly with soap and water.
- Do not inhale the spray in any way. It is harmful to the health.
- The Frontline Spray Treatment is for external use only and should not be sprayed onto the eyes, face or any other area.
- Cats that are in the nursing or pregnant stage should not be given this treatment without the permission from the vet.
- The Frontline Spray Treatment should not be given to cats that are medicated or debilitated or even aged. It is not completely safe but even if you want to ask your vet first.
Frontline Spray Treatment – Side Effects
Individual sensitivities are a common type of Frontline Spray Treatment side effects that has been reported. But these side effects are rare and mainly occur when there are any drug interactions. That is, if this product is used in combination with any other pesticide products. If you face any irritations or if these signs still persist, then seek medical help immediately.
The Frontline Spray Treatment is available in the following quantities too:
- Frontline Spray Treatment 250 ml spray
- Frontline Spray Treatment 500 ml spray
To place an order for the Frontline Spray Treatment, click on the following link: http://www.vetapprovedrx.com/shop.asp?category_id=&item_id=245&item_name=Frontline%20Spray%20Treatment#.VReAWPyUffI
Originally posted 2015-05-29 00:23:06.