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 What is the active ingredient in Frontline flea control?

Answer Fipronil and S-Methoprene are the active leading ingredients in the Frontline flea control product for both dogs and cats. It carries a poison control warning on it and should not be ingested by th... Read More »
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Why does frontline work for flea control?

Pet owners have waged war on fleas and ticks for many years. There is a multitude of products available, all of which claim to be the superior method for controlling fleas and ticks. Frontline and ... Read More »
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Are there health risks with using Frontline flea control on your pets?

On One Hand: Considered SafeFrontline (fipronil) for dogs is considered a very safe product for the control of fleas, eggs and larvae, as well as ticks and lice. Frontline is a topical product, app... Read More »
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What is the active ingredient in baquacil metal control for pools and spas?

Tetrasodium Ethylenediaminetetraacetate Hydrate(What a mouthful).David L. Burkhart Burkhart Technology Services http://www.BurkhartTech.com
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What is the cat dose for frontline flea treatment?

Cats and kittens 8 weeks of age and older will need one application of 0.5ml of Frontline each month. Apply the entire contents of the applicator directly to the cat's skin in between the shoulder ... Read More »
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