Know how to apply Frontline Plus for dogs. 

If you have noticed that your dog has been having recurring problems with ticks and fleas, there’s no need to panic, there are many solutions to this problem. And one of the best flea and tick solutions readily available online is Frontline Plus for dogs.

by amy perry Monday, December 27, 2010
If you have noticed that your dog has been having recurring problems with ticks and fleas, there’s no need to panic, there are many solutions to this problem. And one of the best flea and tick solutions readily available online is Frontline Plus for dogs. There’s also Frontline Plus for cats if your feline pet is having similar problems. Do not listen to pet owners who think that using dog medications for your cat is safe. These medications contain varying amounts of active ingredients that may prove harmful for other animals. Now, after obtaining this solution for your canine, it is critical that you learn how to apply it. Doing so is easy, and you can follow these steps to make sure you do the process correctly.

The first step is to double check that you purchased the right Frontline Plus for dogs for your dog. It is very important to make sure that the product you purchased matches the proper weight of your dog. Other than the fact that there is also a Frontline Plus for cats, these pet meds come in varying weight categories. You can ask your veterinarian or your online pet medicine retailer about the right type of Frontline Plus that you should buy. Next, remove one of the applicator tubes from the package and after finding your dog’s shoulder blades, squeeze the content of the applicator tube onto the skin of your dog's back between the shoulder blades. You will know if you have found the right spot to place the Frontline Plus for dogs because it will be below your dog’s neck level. This area is in a place that it is impossible for your dog to be able to reach and lick the solution off.

After applying the Frontline Plus for dogs solution on your dog, you have to make sure that he does not get himself wet. It takes at least twenty-four hours for the solution to be thoroughly absorbed by the dog’s skin. Also, just like applying Frontline Plus for cats, the same solution for your dog must be applied on his skin and not his fur. After twenty-four hours and after making sure that the solution has been completely absorbed by your pet’s skin, then he can get wet without affecting the effectiveness of the solution.

Just like other medications, the contraindications for this pet med should be listed in the box or package insert. It is critical that you go over them as there are instances where some animals react negatively to even the most effective pet medications due to some special conditions. So regardless whether you just bought a Frontline Plus for dogs or the Frontline Plus for cats, you need to be aware of the products contraindications. You cannot use these and similar other products when your dog is already very old, when it is below eight weeks old, when it suffering from some injury, when it is pregnant, or when it is lactating.

Resource Box: When using Frontline Plus for dogs or Frontline Plus for cats, make sure that you know exactly how to apply them on your pets to ensure optimum effectiveness of these medications. Consult your vet prior to buying any medications for your dog or cat or any other pet.

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