Is Frontline Safe For Dogs and Children?

Is Frontline Safe? – If you read nothing else please read this!

I’ve used Frontline Plus spot on for my dogs for years and seen no adverse effects, and many vets recommend this product and so I wholeheartedly was going to recommend it. However upon researching for this site I have discovered some shocking news – many people are now asking is Frontline safe for dogs? and evidence points to the conclusion that it is not, since many dogs are experiencing seizures after using this product and some dogs have sadly died.

Moreover Frontline Plus and other chemical flea treatments are also dangerous for people and by the year 2000, 26 deaths of animal workers had been reported.

Read my recommended safe and natural flea treatment for dogs

 

How to tell if your dog has been poisoned

If you notice that your dog has any of the following symptoms after applying Frontline or Frontline Plus, please shampoo him or her with mild soap and rinse with lots of water as soon as possible and discontinue it immediately.
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Frontline Plus For Dogs – Reviews

teddy-242851_640Frontline Plus for Dogs – in this review is everything you need to know about Frontline Plus, from safety and effectiveness to how it works and where you can buy it for the best price.

If you’ve reached this site the chances are that your dog has fleas and/or ticks and you are trying to find out if Merial’s Frontline Plus for dogs is the best solution for your canine friend. Well don’t worry because you’ve come to the right place! I have three dogs (a dachshund called Topsy, a mongrel called Jumble and a husky Alsatian cross called Finn), and particularly as we live in the countryside, they have had many problems with fleas and ticks in the past.

URGENT NOTICE! I’ve recently discovered that Frontline Plus, Advantix, Bio Spot and many other flea treatment products are UNSAFE! Read this article to learn more – Is Frontline Plus for Dogs Safe?

Are fleas and ticks dangerous for dogs?

Fleas are not only uncomfortable for your pet, but can cause or lead to conditions and diseases such as Flea Allergy Dermatitis, anaemia, tapeworm infestation and rickettsiosis. Furthermore, tick bites can result in lymes disease which if left untreated can be fatal, as well as other nasty diseases so there is a good reason to treat your dog/s as soon as possible!
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Getting Rid Of Fleas

Guest Post by Fabian M

There’s nothing worse than lying on the couch, scratching your dogs head when you feel something tickling the hair on your arm and that’s when you see it. That little black spot on your arm you realize is a flea. Realizing your dog has fleas can often put you into a panic that makes you want to throw every fabric surface in the house, from the sofa to the pillow dog beds, outside and douse it with bleach, but don’t worry. Recovering from a flea infestation is a simple, but painstaking process.

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