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Andy of Willis, TX
I bought Frontline Plus for my dogs and cat.
I bought Frontline Plus for my dogs and cat. Used the first month absolutely no results expect the flea have tripled. My dogs' second month absolutely no results either. Ten years ago I used this and it was great. Now my dogs are miserable. I lost way more money than that company should be allowed to charge for sewer water. Absolute trash.
Original Review: March 19, 2023 Dated: Sun Mar 19 Source: Consumer Affairs
Joanne of Oakworth
This product is severely damaging.
This product is severely damaging. We used it on our cat and it immediately burnt the hairs off the back of his neck and caused bleeding. He had severe and painful looking twitches for days and days following applying it. Head moving side to side and "Chattering". We were very worried for a long time. He wouldn't sleep with the pain he was under and was constantly on his back trying to soothe his wound. He is now thankfully healing and we are keeping a close eye on him. IF YOU LOVE YOUR PET, DON'T USE THIS PRODUCT!!!
Original review: Jan. 29, 2023 Dated: Sun Jan 29 Source: Consumer Affairs
Parker of Ontario
This is 3 days after the second application
This is 3 days after the second application, the first application was 30 days ago and this morning I removed 6 more ticks. I removed 12 yesterday. I did not know or suspect any insect infestation on the dog until I cut her hair. The complaint desk tried to up-sale me onto Nexgard which requires a veterinarian prescription. They will refund purchase price if I have proof of purchase. I will replace the bed and use a valid tick insecticide on the downstairs.
Original review: Aug. 21, 2020 Dated: Fri Aug 21 Source: Consumer Affairs
Elaine of Barto, PA
My cat is an older indoor feline and only goes out occasionally on the front porch.
My cat is an older indoor feline and only goes out occasionally on the front porch. I have been treating him with Frontline Gold and called the vet because it does not seem to be working. He said I can give to him 2 times a month instead of once and that seems to be working a bit better. I do think the fleas build a resistance to these meds, only wish they were a bit cheaper since they seem to take so long to start working.
Original review: Dec. 13, 2019 Dated: Fri Dec 13 Source: Consumer Affairs
Ron of Crestview
We love the product but the packaging is poor.
We love the product but the packaging is poor. It is hard to open and the last box we got one of the doses had a pinhole in it. You are pretty much out 12 dollars when this happens. We ordered it online so it was impossible to tell.
Original review: Sept. 18, 2018 Dated: Tue Sep 18 Source: Consumer Affairs
Gary of New Smyrna Beach, FL
have been using various flea meds on my Jack Russell mix with no great results.
I have been using various flea meds on my Jack Russell mix with no great results. This last attempt was with Frontline Plus for the last two months. The treatment seems to work for about a week, and then by the end of the second week, the dog needs to be treated again. Which is a problem because they say you shouldn't treat them more than once in 30 days. I'm afraid of the oral treatments but I may have to go that route next January.
Original review: Dec. 1, 2017 Dated: Fri Dec 01 Source: Consumer Affairs
Timothy of Norfolk, VA
I have a German Shepherd and live with a family who have 2 med dogs of their own.
I have a German Shepherd and live with a family who have 2 med dogs of their own. A year ago when I saw no sign of fleas I decided that it wasn't flea and tick season and decided not to apply Frontline to my dog. It was a big mistake. The next month we had fleas everywhere. We spent the next month bombing, spraying, washing bedding, and bathing regularly to rid the infestation. We succeeded.
This past month we forgot to put Frontline on a different dog (missed about 2 months) and the fleas came back. My frustration got the better of me. The fleas on my dog seemed too pleased to be there and Frontline appeared to be not working. The statement: "Any fleas that jump on to your treated pet will die within 12 to 24 hours." seemed flaky so I decided to test it. My dog was on the tail end of the month's application, so the medicine should be at its weakest. I combed my dog, quickly found a couple fleas and put them in a jar. I set it there for the night and in the morning found that the fleas were either dead or twitching. According to Frontline: "But adult fleas on your pet are only 5% of the total flea problem. The other 95% are the eggs, larvae and pupae in the environment waiting to hatch and jump on to your pets." So I just needed to wait it out.
I can't speak for those who say they've been using it for years and it doesn't work. Try using the test I used to verify that the fleas are living longer than the product indicates they should. If they are dying then the fleas are coming from another source of food for them. Neighbors pets might be a factor. Wild animals can also be a source of fleas. Rodents can carry fleas and can deposit flea eggs wherever they go. In all though, do your homework and find out more beyond the punchlines that are listed on the commercials.
Original review: Oct. 31, 2016 Dated: Mon Oct 31 Source: Consumer Affairs
Jean of Southport, Other
I used Frontline for over 12 months.
I used Frontline for over 12 months. Also fine-tooth combed him every other day. My cat seemed never free from fleas. After reading reviews for flea control I tried Advantage.The next day where my cat had been sleeping there was around 20 dead fleas. At last I feel I have found something that is working. Also I bought a can of Indorex household insecticide which prevents re-infestation for 12 months. My cat hardly scratches now so I felt I would like to share my experience.
Original review: June 19, 2015 Dated: Fri Jun 19 Source: Consumer Affairs
Gail of Hollywood, FL
I have usually found that regular baths kept my indoor Ragamuffin/Maine Coon comfortable during flea season...
I have usually found that regular baths kept my indoor Ragamuffin/Maine Coon comfortable during flea season, even though he likes to occasionally visit the neighborhood cats from time to time. Recently though, he seemed to be losing his hair and scratching at his ears. I didn't know what it was and was very concerned since most of the treatments for mange, ear mites and fleas have insecticides and he is very sensitive to a lot of foods and treatments. He seemed to be feeling worse and scratching more, so I bought the 5-9 lb Frontline for cats (he is 10 pounds) and separated the hair at the back of his neck and just put a few drops on him (not even 1/3 the dose).
At first I was frightened, his eyes dilated and he ran about the house; but when I checked his skin, there was no reaction and he seemed fine. He was a bit itchy, so I put a bit of Benadryl cream where some of his hair was missing and he quieted down. Within 12 hours, dead fleas were dropping off him or laying in his coat. He has eaten more, his hair is looking better. It has been 6 days now. He had a lot of flea leavings and within the last few days, he did get some fleas crawling on his stomach where his coat is like pale and fuzzy, so I gave him a bath. He seemed comfortable, the fleas are gone. He did vomit once after eating quite a bit; but it seemed to be an isolated incident. I plan to throw out the remainder of the open dose for fear it will strengthen; but I will probably do this every 30 days or so to keep him flea free this season.
Original Review: March 25, 2015 Dated: Wed Mar 25 Source: Consumer Affairs
Jim of Azle, TX
I have dealt with this company for about four years now.
I have dealt with this company for about four years now. I have had nothing but excellent experiences. They are able to offer name-brand products at much lower prices than you can obtain from your veterinarian. Many people say that they are misleading by selling Frontline Combo (the British version of the product made by the same company) for a price that is about half what my vet would have charged me. You can get the true Frontline Plus product (again, made by the same company) for a higher price, but they are identical prices -- the only difference is that one is made for the US and one for Great Britain. I typically receive my orders within a week or so and I have never had a customer service issue. When I have needed to contact customer service, they were very helpful. I would recommend this company to anyone without reservation.
Original review: Oct. 28, 2014 Dated: Tue Oct 28 Source: Consumer Affairs
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