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Frontline Plus for Dogs - 89 - 132 lbs - RED - 3 tubes

Frontline Plus for Dogs - 89 - 132 lbs - RED - 3 tubes
Part# 75
Type Flea & Tick
Brand Frontline Plus
Color / Dose RED
Pack Size 3 tubes
Pet For Dogs
Pet Weight 89 - 132 lbs
Expires 2025-Oct-1
User Rating  [Rate It!]
4.67 out of 5
(6 times)  [View Details!]

Unit Price $38.65

Frontline Plus is the number one choice for flea and tick protection against the annoyance of these external parasites. It's easy to use, offers quick and effective protection against fleas and ticks, and it delivers continuous protection for your dog and cat.

Keep your pet healthy and happy with Frontline Plus flea & tick protection, the number one choice of veterinarians, an easy-to-use treatment that has been proven effective against pesky ticks and fleas.

Frontline Plus kills 100% of fleas that have infested your cat within 12 hours of treatment. It's also safe to use on puppies and kittens that are older than 8 weeks of age, as well as pregnant, breeding or lacting dogs and cats.

As it's completely waterproof, Frontline Plus flea treatment is effective, even if your cat goes swimming, is bathed, or goes outside in the rain. It delivers continuous protection against fleas and ticks for you, your home and of course your cat or kitten.


The active ingredients for cats are [100 g/L Fipronil & 120 g/L (S)-Methoprene] or [9.8% Fipronil & 11.8% (S)-Methoprene (by weight)]. They are slightly different for dogs: [100 g/L Fipronil & 90 g/L (S)-Methoprene] or [9.8% Fipronil & 8.8% (S)-Methoprene (by weight)].

Color Pets Weight (lb) Weight (kg) Fipronil &
Green For Cats 8 weeks or older 8 weeks or older 0.5ml
Orange Small Dogs under 22lbs under 10kg 0.67ml
Blue Medium Dogs 23 - 44lbs 10 - 20kg 1.34ml
Purple Large Dogs 45 - 88lbs 20 - 40kg 2.68ml
Red XL Dogs 89 - 132lbs 40 - 60kg 4.02ml

Frontline Plus has demonstrated a significant margin of safety for use in cats and kittens over 8 weeks of age and in breeding, pregnant or lactating queens. If licking occurs shortly after application, a brief period of hyper-salivation may occur due to the taste of the vehicle.

Do not use Frontline Plus if you or your pets have a known hypersensitivity to insecticides or alcohol.

Frontline Plus for cats contains the active ingredients Fipronil 50mg (S) and Methoprene 60mg.

Manufacturer: Merial

5 - by Russ Johnson on 2012-Aug-31
If your Dog is Itching, it isn't always Fleas or Ticks - Our dog is a Great Pyranees, and like any breeds with double coats, his thick and bushy coat makes it almost impossible to identify the source of his constant itching and scratching. Of course the first thing you think of as a dog owner when your family pet is itching like their is no tomorrow is that he has a tick or flea problem. Especially because we live in a wooded area and he is no stranger to the outdoors, naturally, this was my first inclination. Frontline Flea and Tick Control has always been a reputable brand so we got this for him and applied it as directed. I didn't expect it to work instantly but after a week or so with still no changes in his itching fits, I decided to take him to the vet. As it turned out, our dog did not have fleas or ticks at all but a very dry and flaky coat which caused the constant itching. This would have been something I could have figured out on my own but again that darn coat is so thick, he could be hiding a small village of smurfs in there and I wouldn't have the slightest idea. The vet recommended a coat and skin supplement, which I purchased from him but will link here for others reference (K9 Showstopper (Unflavored) 4 Lbs. + Free American Chicken Jerky - 3 Oz.). We have been mixing it in with his food for the past week and low and behold the itching has actually stopped. His fur is also surprisingly softer than usual and it also has a much brighter shine to it which I could care less as long as he feels okay. He is not a show dog, he is just part of the family. I am not rating Front-line anything less than 5 stars because the Vet did agree that if it were fleas (or ticks) I did the right thing by using this brand. I do want to make others aware that an unhealthy coat or dry skin is another cause of itchy and flaky skin. So, if your dog is itching like crazy don't run out and spend a bunch of money on flea killer if its not needed. First take a look at the health of their coat and skin and if that is where it should be health-wise, then its time to get some Front-line, which according to my Vet will do the job in record time.
4 - by Peter Suslock, CT USA on 2012-Aug-18
Your Safest Bet For A Product You Wish You Didn't Need. - Allow me to caveat this review by saying out of 250 plus reviews this is the most difficult to write as I despise having to use pesticides on our dogs. That said, we live in Tick and Flea central, surrounded by deep woods and our bull dogs are in every sense of the word family. Frontline was first put into clinical trials in 1985 shortly after the discovery of it's active ingredient Fipronil. It has maintained the safest albeit not the most effective treatment for fleas and ticks. However, the more effective products pose a significantly greater risk to your dog. It's a slippery slope, but in evaluating what's best for your dog and offers the most protection at the least risk Frontline and FrontLine Plus are hands down, without question your best bet. Most tick and flea products contain Premethrin as the active ingredient. Premethrin is a lethal neurotoxin that flows through the dogs circulatory system and flushes into every major organ - including the brain where it can do dire damage. Although thousands of dogs die every year from Premethrin and the FDA has mandated a minimal use of it not to exceed 750PPM companies continue to use it because it's cheap and effective. Frankly, they could care less about you or your dogs well being. What makes Premethrin so dangerous is that it can't distinguish between insects and mammals including human beings. It's been know to lethal to cats since the 1970's. Even slight transfer from dog to cat can result in seizures, brain damage and death.Premethrin is volatile as well - meaning it's airborne properties pose a continued threat to all who breath it in dogs and humans included. Frontline on the other hand uses Fipronil. Fipronil is an insecticide. Like any compound of this nature it can be lethal at too high of a dose. However studies including those from the Department of Environmental Conservation have determined time and time again that as long as the amount of Fipronil is at the correct dose for the weight and size of your dog toxicity is far easier to avoid and the product much safer for your pooch. Unlike Premethrin, Fipronil is absorbed into the hair follicles and oil glands only. It is not absorbed into the dogs system nor is it volatile so you and your beloved pets and children can breath easy. The second active ingredient in FrontLine Plus is Methoprene which is a long existing and time proven IGR (insect growth regulator) it's distributed exactly like Fipronil but only acts on flea and tick eggs and Larvae - this is important because it kills these vermin at the start of a new life cycle. What is more, the diseases that ticks carry now are infinitely more serious than Lime disease - which for decades was the only concern. Competitors to Frontline (and some Vets selling other products) claim that fleas and ticks have become resistant to Frontline - hog wash. These pests have become resistant to all pesticides and no independent research exists to confirm this claim. I can assure you I've researched this in depth. The bottom line is this - all of these products pose a risk. The wise choice is to minimize that risk in your effort to protect your pet from the diseases these vermin carry. Again, these diseases can be infinitely more lethal than the ingredients of the protection. To that end your safest and most effective choice is Frontline or Frontline Plus. In the event your pet has a bad reaction to Frontline products these are the symptoms you would see: * Restlessness * Itching * Vomiting * Difficulty Breathing * Lethargy Should these symptoms occur take your pet to your Veterinarian or emergency clinic immediately. It should be a comfort to know that unlike the toxic ingredients in most other flea and tick control products severe reactions to both Fipronil and Methoprene can be neutralized quickly.
5 - by krisd on 2012-Jul-24
Amazing price -
5 - by schmitz, Ca on 2010-Nov-9
works fine for my dog -
5 - by K. Hill, Windsor, NC USA on 2008-Jul-8
Flea and Tick Free - My dog is a Chow mix and very furry. Ticks are impossible to find under her two layered coat until it's too late. At first, I tried cheaper brands. They work on ticks but do nothing for fleas. Then my vet recommended Frontline. I later tried K9 Advantix since they claim to also kill mosquitos, but I didn't notice any difference with the little bloodsuckers. And the protection from K9 Advantix didn't seem to last as long so I switched back to Frontline. Frontline works great for us. My dog is an outdoor dog and our county reportedly has more deer than people. And with deer come deer ticks. I've seen deer in my back yard and my dog's house is very near the woods for shade. And she likes to take the occasional jaunt through the woods. Still I rarely find a tick on her. And when I do, they're usually dead (or soon will be). I wish I'd known was selling Frontline for a better price sooner. I've been purchasing only 3 months worth for about $50 from another site for the last 2 years. Very frustrating since before you know it, you're out. With 6 months worth I only have to remember 2 times a year instead of 4.
4 - by Christopher Harley, california on 2007-Jan-18
Frontline - The product is very effective on fleas when used once a month. It is less effective on ticks after three weeks so you should check your dog carefully if ticks are active in your area. We have used product fo over 6 years with our 70 lb lab and will continue to use it.

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