THE TROUBLE WITH FLEAS
Fleas can make life miserable for pets and their owners. They can cause:
Intense itching and scratching which can result in hair loss;
Anaemia in puppies and kittens;
Flea Allergy Dermatitis a skin condition caused by an allergy to flea saliva.
1. Use FRONTLINE ORIGINAL monthly to kill adult fleas.
Treat both dogs and cats once a month, all-year-round.
2. Make sure all dogs and cats are treated.
Each pet can act as a host for a flea infestation.
3. Regularly vacuum your carpets and furnishings and wash your pets bedding in hot water (above 60°C for at least 10 minutes).
This will help to reduce the number of flea eggs, larvae and pupae in the environment.
4. Minimise sources of flea re-infestation.
Avoid untreated animals entering the home environment (e.g. neighbours cat, rodents) and reduce outside sources of flea contamination (e.g. block pet access to under the house and keep moist, shady areas free from debris).
5. Allow treated pets to continue their normal routine.
This will reduce an infestation over time as newly hatched adult fleas are killed within 12 to 24 hours of contact with FRONTLINE ORIGINAL.
FRONTLINE ORIGINAL TAKES CONTROL OF TICKS ON DOGS
The paralysis tick
The paralysis tick (Ixodes holocyclus) can cause tick toxicity. The key symptoms may include loss of coordination in the hind legs, retching, coughing or vomiting, and laboured or rapid breathing. With potential lethal consequences, it is one of the most dangerous parasites that can affect your pet. Paralysis ticks can be found on the eastern seaboard, from North Queensland to Eastern Victoria.
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