The best flea and tick treatment is prevention
Because of our warmer climate, it is always flea and tick season in Albuquerque and Los Lunas. Getting your pet treated for Fleas and Ticks is an important part of their annual care. It is best if you do preventative treatment for fleas and ticks, and this can easily be done with a simple monthly treatment. Frontline is Vetco’s preferred prevention and treatment for flea’s and tick’s.
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Flea and Tick Q&A
Monthly is the best prevention, that way you ensure that no matter what season it is your pet is protected. However, not all geographical areas need monthly treatment. A good rule of thumb is monthly during the spring and summer when fleas are at their peak.
Frontline usually starts working within 4 hours.
No, they are killed through contact with the treatment on your pet’s coat.
As the fleas die they rise to the surface of your pet’s coat, so seeing more fleas shows that it is working!
24 hours after application and your pet will be fine for getting in the water.
No, Frontline is designed specifically for cats and dogs. Also, make sure you use the treatment for your cat on your cat and the treatment for your dog on your dog. The chemicals are different and using dog flea treatment on your cat can make them very sick, or even kill them.
No, the treatment will work for 30 days, so don’t reapply until the 3o days have passed.
Possibly, many times if your pet has fleas it means your house has fleas. You might need to treat for a few months to make sure that all the eggs have hatched and the new fleas have been killed. Though Frontline does kill flea eggs, you may have eggs in your house and on your furniture and not just on your dog.
You can start treatment as soon as 8 weeks old.
A flea can lay eggs and hatch in 21 days.
Treating your pet is the best prevention, but it is also a good idea to get periodic bug treatment in your house.