Frontline TopSpot (Known as Frontline Spot On)

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Description

Frontline TopSpot (Known as Frontline Spot On)

Frontline Top Spot Provides Convenient And Effective Flea And Tick Control For Dogs And Puppies, Cats and Kittens. Frontline Brand Products Are The #1 Choice Of Veterinarians! Fast-acting. Long-lasting. Waterproof Even After Frequent Bathing. Prevents Re-infestations. Convenient To Use. Controls Fleas Which May Cause Flea Allergy Dermatitis. Kills All Stages Of 4 Major Ticks, Including Those That May Carry Lyme Disease. Kills chewing lice. Use On Puppies 10 Weeks of age And Older and cats and kittens 12 weeks of age and older.

Directions

Remove applicator from child-resistant package. Hold applicator upright and snap applicator tip away from face and body. Place applicator tip through animal's hair to the skin level between the shoulder blades. Squeeze applicator, applying entire contents in a single spot to the animal's skin. Avoid superficial application to the animal's hair. Only one applicator per treatment is needed.

Ingredients

Fipronil 9.7% Inert Ingredients 90.3%

Cautions

Pets may experience some temporary irritation at the site of product application. If signs persist or become more severe within a few days of application, consult a veterinarian immediately.