FRONTLINE PLUS FOR MEDIUM DOGS
Frontline Plus for dogs is a topical ‘spot-on’ application for the control of fleas, ticks and biting lice on extra large size dogs and puppies.
Caution for FRONTLINE PLUS FOR MEDIUM DOGS:
Consult a veterinarian before using on medicated animals, animals using this product with other pesticides, and debilitated or aged animals. Frontline Plus for dogs is safe for use on pregnant and lactating animals. This product is flammable. Keep away from heat and open flame. This product causes eye irritation in humans and is harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin. Seek medical attention if swallowed. If on skin, wash with plenty of soap and water. If in eyes, flush with plenty of water. Dogs with a known hypersensitivity to insecticides or alcohol should avoid contact with Frontline Plus for dogs. Dogs should not be allowed to swim in watercourses for 2 days after application.
Directions of Use FRONTLINE PLUS FOR MEDIUM DOGS :
Hold the Frontline® Plus pipette upright and tap the narrow part of the pipette so any liquid in the tube falls into the main body of the pipette. Snap back the tip. Part the coat on the back of the dog, the best spot being at the base of the dog’s neck in front of the shoulder blades. Place the tip of the Frontline® Plus pipette on the skin and squeeze the pipette several times to empty its contents completely onto the dog skin in this one spot. Monthly application is recommended.
Possible Side Effects for FRONTLINE PLUS FOR MEDIUM DOGS:
Dogs may experience some temporary irritation and itchiness at the site of product application. If signs persist or become more severe within a few days of application, consult a veterinarian immediately. Other suspected adverse reactions are extremely rare but may include transient local reactions at the application site (scaling, local hair loss, itchiness, redness) and general skin itchiness or a hair loss have been reported after use. Other suspected adverse reactions which occur extremely rarely are hypersalivation, reversible neurological signs (hyperaesthesia, depression, nervous signs) or vomiting have been observed after use.
following breeds are included :
Alaskan Malamute (6) Akita (4) American Bulldog (4) American Cocker Spaniel (8) American Eskimo Spitz (5) American Staffordshire Terrier (2) Australian Cattle Dog (6) Australian Shepherd Dog (23) Australian Terrier Australian Kelpie, Basset Griffon Vendeen Basset Hound (5) Beauce Sheepdog – Beauceron (2) Beagle (20) Bearded Collie (3) Berger De Brie – Briard (3) Belgian Shepherd Malinois (5) Belgian Griffon Bernese Mountain Dog (9) Bichon Frise (17) Border Collie (31) Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier (9) Boxer – German (35) Brittany (4) Bulldog (4) Bullmastiff Bull Terrier (6)Cairn Terrior (11) Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (20) Chesapeake Bay Retriever Chin Chihuahua (34) Collie Rough Corso dog (2) Continental Toy Spaniel Papillon (7) Coton De Tulear (3) Chow Chow (4) Dachshund (standard) wire haired (2) Dachshund (standard) smooth Dachshund (standard) long haired Dalmatian (3) Doberman (9) Dogo Argentino Dogue De Bordeaux (2) English Bulldog English Cocker Spaniel (10) English Setter (6) English Springer Spaniel (9) English Toy Terrier (10) Flat Coated Retriever (6) Fox Terrier Smooth French Bulldog (20) French Spaniel French Wire Haired Pointing Griffon (2) German Shepherd (46) German Short Haired Pointing Dog (3) German Spitz Pomeranian (16) German Hunting Terrier (2) German Wire Haired Pointing Dog Giant Schnauzer (3) Golden Retriever (46) Great Dane (6) Greyhound (6) Hovawort (3) Human – Yes Human – (25) Hungarian Short Haired Pointing Dog – Visla Irish Red and White Setter Irish Soft Coated Wheaton Terrier (2) Irish Glen of Imaal Terrier Italian Greyhound Jack Russell Terrier (28) Japanese Spitz (2) King Charles Spaniel (3) Kuvasz (2) Lancashire Heeler Labrador Retriever (115) Large Münsterländer Lhaso Apso (14) Maltese (14) Mastiff (5) Medium size Poodle Miniature Dachshund (14) Miniature Pinscher