Brand: HifarmaX
Product Code:120009
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Frontline Spray is an external antiparasitic, indicated for the control and prevention of infestations by fleas, ticks and biting lice in dogs and cats.

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Frontline Spray is an antiparasitic that comes in the form of solution for topical application.
Its insecticidal effect against new infestations by newly acquired fleas before they lay eggs persists for at least 1 month to 3 months in dogs and 1 month to 5 weeks in cats.
Frontline Spray has a persistent effectiveness against new tick infestations, up to 5 weeks in dogs, and up to 3 weeks in cats.
The product can be used as a adjuvant to a program for the control of Allergic Dermatitis by Flea Bite (DAPP).
Frontline Spray is available in the following presentations:
- Spray 100 ml (each spray corresponds to 0.5 ml);
- Spray 250 ml (each spray corresponds to 1.5 ml);
Method of administration:
Spray the entire body of the animal at a distance of approximately 10 to 20 cm, making sure that the entire skin of the animal gets wet.
Raise the coat, especially on long-haired animals, ensuring that the product penetrates to the skin throughout the animal's body, namely: back, flanks, abdomen, limbs, scapulae and neck.
For the area of the head and eyes, spray Frontline Spray on the hand, protected by glove, and gently rub in the opposite direction of the hair.
Let it dry naturally.
The formula contains a coating agent. Accordingly, the spray forms a film making the hair glossy.
Posology and method of administration:
Route of administration- Skin spraying
Pack of 100ml:
Apply 6 to 12 sprays / kg body weight at a dose of 3 ml per kg body weight (equivalent to 7.5 mg fipronil / kg) at 6 ml per kg body weight (equivalent to 15 mg fipronil / kg) , depending on the length of the hair;
Pack of 250ml:
Apply 2 to 4 sprays / kg in a dose of 3 ml per kg of body weight (equivalent to 7.5 mg fipronil / kg) to 6 ml per kg of body weight (equivalent to 15 mg fipronil / kg), depending on the length of the hair. In the absence of safety studies, the minimum interval between applications is 4 weeks.
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