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FRONTLINE Spot On Combo for Dogs & Cats

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  • Cats » Pack of 3 Pipettes £19.49
  • Cats » Pack of 6 Pipettes £19.99
  • Dogs 2-10kg Small » Pack of 3 Pipettes £20.99
  • Dogs 2-10kg Small » Pack of 6 Pipettes £24.99
  • Dogs 10-20kg Medium » Pack of 3 Pipettes £26.99
  • Dogs 10-20kg Medium » Pack of 6 Pipettes £28.99
  • Dogs 20-40kg Large » Pack of 3 Pipettes £18.00
  • Dogs 20-40kg Large » Pack of 6 Pipettes £29.99
  • Dogs 40-60kg Extra Large » Pack of 3 Pipettes £34.49
  • Dogs 40-60kg Extra Large » Pack of 6 Pipettes £34.99

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Description

FRONTLINE Combo is the prescription-only form of FRONTLINE Spot On, the most popular Flea and Tick treatment available. Combo has an extra ingredient which is particularly helpful for flea control if you forget to re-apply FRONTLINE as frequently as you should. The extra ingredient has a more persistent action on the skin and coat of dogs and cats. This additional ingredient does not kill fleas, but in effect it sterilizes female fleas so that they cannot breed. Each individual flea does not live for long anyway, so that preventing them breeding can be an effective form of control in itself. Just like FRONTLINE Spot On, Frontline Combo is supplied in small pipettes which are emptied onto the back of the neck of the cat or dog to be treated.

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Reviews (23)

Summary of Reviews for FRONTLINE Spot On Combo for Dogs & Cats

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
22 out of 23 (96%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (19 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Excellent product.
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By on 29 April 2019

Easy and effective to use.

Customer recommends this product

55 Frontline Spot On Combo for
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By on 17 March 2019

Works well with my dog ..previously used an advocate and it burnt my poodle skin.
this is perfect

Customer recommends this product

55 Works well as our dog is susceptible to ticks.
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By on 9 July 2018

Quick & easy & effective.

Customer recommends this product

55 frontline combo
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By on 31 October 2016

Frontline combo seems to be the most effective treament for ticks and fleas.And even though we have to pay our vet for a prescription it still works out a lot cheaper than buying it locally

Customer recommends this product

45 Frontline Combo for dogs
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By on 25 September 2016

A very good price and an impressive service. The only reason I have not given it full marks is because one of my dogs had a reaction to it and wouldn't stop scratching. I have ordered another brand for her.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding FRONTLINE Spot On Combo for Dogs & Cats, including answers from our team.

29 January 2015 at 5:44pm

Suitable for puppies

Lucianne

Are these okay for puppies?

  • VioVet Staff

Frontline Combo requires a prescription from your vet to purchase, so they will prescribe the pipettes for your puppies if they are suitable. The data sheet states that they are intended for puppies over 8 weeks of age and/or weighing over 2 kg. If you can send us the prescription, we would be able to supply you with Frontline Combo for your puppies.

You can buy standard Frontline Spot On without a prescription, and the same guidelines for use in puppies apply. You don't need a prescription for the standard Frontline, but you will need to provide a few simple details about the group being treated before we can supply them. You will be prompted to do this after you have completed the order, and it should only take a minute or two. Feel free to ring our customer services if you are unsure of anything.

16 December 2013 at 12:04pm

Frontline spot-on and prescription Frontline

Julia Barnes

What is the difference between Frontline spot-on and prescription Frontline?

  • VioVet Staff

Frontline Spot-on

  • This contains one ingredient.
  • It coats the skin and hair after being applied and kills off fleas.
  • It persists on the coat even if the animal swims or is shampooed, as long as there is at least a 24 hour gap before and after applying the Frontline.

Prescription Frontline

  • This contains 2 ingredients.
  • The first one is exactly the same as in normal Spot-on.
  • The second one also coats the skin and coat, but does not kill fleas at all. Instead it sterilises fleas, so that they cannot breed.
  • The idea of it is that it persists longer on the coat than the killing ingredient.
  • Hence if people do not re-apply the frontline as often as they should, then the killing ingredient will no longer be effective (especially on animals at the top of the weight range of the product used). The other ingredient works for about twice as long as the main ingredient. The idea behind this is that if fleas cannot breed, you only get very small numbers of them and they are unlikely to be noticed or do any harm.
16 December 2013 at 11:55am

Re-applying Frontline

Amanda Grimshaw

How soon to re-apply Frontline? I can still see fleas!

  • VioVet Staff

As long as you applied the Frontline properly, it will be killing off the fleas. They take about 24 hours to die. While they are dying, they are very easy to spot on the animal. Healthy fleas are more difficult to see, because they hide better. As fleas are dying and dropping off, more "new" fleas are jumping on your cat from the environment. This is a very bad year for fleas. Most of the flea population affecting your cat is not on your cat, but is actually in carpets and nooks and crannies between floor boards etc. They replenish the fleas on your cat all the time.

You should wait 4 weeks between applications on your cat, but you should vacuum all carpets regularly and use "RIP Fleas" or something similar around the house. It still takes quite a few weeks for most people to get rid of all the fleas.

19 November 2013 at 5:26pm

Where we get our products

narisa chapman

Do your products come from abroad my vet doesnt want to give me a prescription if the frontline combo incase its been frozen on a plane being shiped over hear says it affects the performance of drugs thankyou narisa

  • VioVet Staff

All of our veterinary supplies come from UK wholesalers to the veterinary trade. We get the vast majority from Centaur Services Ltd, who supply many of the practices in the UK. We have used centaurs for many many years from when we first has out veterinary practice in 1987! Please call us if you have any further questions.