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Frontline Spot On, flea control for cats (6 Pipettes) only £13.90 delivered @ Petremedies!
Frontline Spot On, flea control for cats (6 Pipettes) only £13.90 delivered @ Petremedies!

Frontline Spot On, flea control for cats (6 Pipettes) only £13.90 delivered @ Petremedies!

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It's normally £16.90 which is a GREAT price anyway but with the £3 discount code it's a steal!

To get the code just subscribe to their mailing list via the form on the right hand side of the site. (You don't actually have to put your real email address as the code comes up straight away)

Kill Fleas Fast using Frontline Spot On For Cats - The UK's number 1 flea treatment for cats.

The treatment and prevention of infestations by fleas and ticks, in cats, and as part of a treatment strategy for Flea Allergy Dermatitis in cats. The product controls infestations with Felicola subrostratus biting lice on cats.

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Have some heat for the kitteh pic!

Original Poster

mehmeh;7293072

Have some heat for the kitteh pic!



:thumbsup:

Have H&R from me for the great price! Says on the site that the voucher is valid on your next order of £20+, but I just used it on the £16 Frontline and it worked fine.

Good price. Will get some ordered

Love the pic!

thanks

dont use frontline any more use advocate

Banned

Might as well stock up for summer!

Great price, thanks:thumbsup:

Advocate has worm treatment in it innit, for fleas and worm treatment in one dose. So more cost effective than if you let them have shots for worms or buying alternative deworming stuff. Try find advocate for this price though.

I usually use advocate to but at this price you cant go wrong really.

mamboboy;7293695

Care to explain? We used Frontline on our cat/s, it always seemed to do … Care to explain? We used Frontline on our cat/s, it always seemed to do the job. But we tend not to buy flea-control these days because the cat seems to have grown a fond hobby of sleeping!



advocate does the worming as well frontline doesnt

Hang on folks, you can get this much cheaper on Flea Bay....................:w00t:

Paul S

I just got a price for this from our vet today - £30.36 for 6!!! I usually buy through Petmed where its currently £16.76 inc 5% discount, but you have to get a prescription from your vet first which vet is charging £7.50 for! what a scam

I have used this seller for the Frontline PLUS we use for our cats...

Item number 250484935368 at "fleabay"

delivery etc has been fine

16 months dosage for one cat for $43 including delivery.

I don't bother with normal frontline any more, I find that it just doesn't work and doesn't kill the fleas or keep them at bay for 30days as it says. I now use stronghold and that stuff works great.

i normally use vetsuk normally around £16 free del no prescription needed. But this deal is hot!

Voted hot!:santa:

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VimesUK;7294050

I have used this seller for the Frontline PLUS we use for our cats...Item … I have used this seller for the Frontline PLUS we use for our cats...Item number 250484935368 at "fleabay" delivery etc has been fine :)16 months dosage for one cat for $43 including delivery.



You have to inject that with a syringe!:oops: Bit of a pain having to work out the doses and storing the unused stuff in a glass vial too?

rolandscull;7294172

You have to inject that with a syringe!:oops: Bit of a pain having to … You have to inject that with a syringe!:oops: Bit of a pain having to work out the doses and storing the unused stuff in a glass vial too?



No you don't..!!!

It is for measuring it out (0.5ml) into the vial. It saves a fortune over the individual type of doses and we just apply it on the back of the cats neck. Like I have noted it costs $43 including postage for 16 months doses for a cat for Frontline PLUS.

These things suck, however the deal is good for preference.

I personally prefer the tablets. Ive seen much better results with that, as well as the kitty shampoo from Bob Martin.

Original Poster

VimesUK;7294243

No you don't..!!! :)It is for measuring it out (0.5ml) into the vial. It … No you don't..!!! :)It is for measuring it out (0.5ml) into the vial. It saves a fortune over the individual type of doses and we just apply it on the back of the cats neck. Like I have noted it costs $43 including postage for 16 months doses for a cat for Frontline PLUS.



Oh sorry, when it said syringe i just assumed! Still a bit of a pain for me, I'm lazy! :thumbsup:

The link to the front page from the voucher isnt working for me :-(

Thanks

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bloaty;7294309

The link to the front page from the voucher isnt working for me :-(



it's on the right-hand side of this page:

petremedies.co.uk/Fle…75/

rolandscull;7294299

Oh sorry, when it said syringe i just assumed! Still a bit of a pain for … Oh sorry, when it said syringe i just assumed! Still a bit of a pain for me, I'm lazy! :thumbsup:



np. I can't afford to be lazy - that is why we buy from the seller that I have noted :thumbsup:

The deal posted is ok but it works out a lot more expensive than the way we buy ours.

rolandscull;7294326

it's on the right-hand side of this … it's on the right-hand side of this page:http://www.petremedies.co.uk/Flea-Control/Frontline-Spot-On/Frontline-Spot-On--Flea-Control-for-Cats---FREE-UK-2nd-Class-P-&-P/p-123-126-275/



was a FF noscript issue working now :oops:

VimesUK;7294243

No you don't..!!! :)It is for measuring it out (0.5ml) into the vial. It … No you don't..!!! :)It is for measuring it out (0.5ml) into the vial. It saves a fortune over the individual type of doses and we just apply it on the back of the cats neck. Like I have noted it costs $43 including postage for 16 months doses for a cat for Frontline PLUS.



totally agree with this , frontline is the same price whatever size you buy , so buy the largest dog one and just use 0.5ml and save the rest for next time , (what the vial is for) works a treat , have used it for years

Two comments on the above:

1. You do not need a prescription from your vet for Frontline (it's been without prescription for over 4 years now)

2. Be careful with buying medicine from online pharmacies and especially auction sites (and sellers from abroad). You don't know where this stuff was made and what is in it. Often these do not contain the active ingredients but sometimes they contain also harmful substances. I would never get anything like that for myself or my animals.

Vetuk.co.uk and .petremedies.co.uk are ok to buy from. There are also others but make sure they are members of a recognised British assossiation before you buy.

gidabrigi

dont use frontline any more use advocate



mamboboy;7293695

Care to explain? We used Frontline on our cat/s, it always seemed to do … Care to explain? We used Frontline on our cat/s, it always seemed to do the job. But we tend not to buy flea-control these days because the cat seems to have grown a fond hobby of sleeping!


After some formula changes a few years back, animal death and Frontline seem to be words that are commonly used in the same sentence these days... :whistling:

I'm sure the vast majority of animals are fine.
I'm also sure that's not much consolation for the ones that aren't...

Phil21;7294803

After some formula changes a few years back, animal death and Frontline … After some formula changes a few years back, animal death and Frontline seem to be words that are commonly used in the same sentence these days... :whistling:



They may be, but very few of those sentences relates to Frontline causing death of treated animals, other than rabbits, which it is not suitable for in the first place!

Try it in Google......Most of the results relate to Frontline and death of parasites!

What an interesting way to misinform :-(

One benefit of Frontline is for Tick control... Advocate isn't any use against them - over the years I have had far more problems with Ticks on pets than fleas.

THAT WILL KEEP THE CAT FLEA CLEAN FOR A YEAR:thumbsup:

I did a little experiment and AYSDY12211 seems to be the only code being given out... is this the same for everybody? Maybe you don't need to subscribe if this is the case.

Correct, no need to subscribe just use the code, good work ClaireDC:thumbsup:

Banned

Dont know if anyone can advise me here but i have 2 very tiny chihuahuas that weigh about 3lb/2.5kg and was wondering if i could use Frontline for cats as they weigh the same or less than most cats. The Frontline for small dogs is up to 10kg and works out dearer than the cat Frontline. :thumbsup:

I have just thought, why dont i use one pipette between 2 dogs lol :whistling:

rednod77;7296603

Correct, no need to subscribe just use the code, good work … Correct, no need to subscribe just use the code, good work ClaireDC:thumbsup:



Glad it worked.

Also you can buy items one at a time, and use the code over and over on the same account so it seems.

I've heard from multiple vets frontline doesn't work any more. It would make sense as we kept on getting fleas. I invested in some industrial kit and did the house 3 times to kill them all, they kept coming back while using frontline.

Stronghold is apparently what to buy now but have not yet tested :thumbsup:

nihcaj;7295696

One benefit of Frontline is for Tick control... Advocate isn't any use … One benefit of Frontline is for Tick control... Advocate isn't any use against them - over the years I have had far more problems with Ticks on pets than fleas.



I once noted a 'tip' on how to get ticks off pets on Rolf Harris's 'Animal Hospital' (die hard fan, here) and the easiest way was-

not to pull em off with a tweezer - as that leaves the head of the tick inside the animal

BUT-

to apply a layer of vaseline on the ticks backside (they breath through their backs or sommat when they're feeding off animals blood) as that would apply a layer over their breathing holes and in turn it would suffocate them and so they'd quickly release their grip of the animal they're feeding on and surface in order to breath through their mouths again. It was about 10yrs ago I saw this, but that's the jist of it.
... oh, when it's out, grab the tick and kill the blighter;-)

samwants2save;7297972

I once noted a 'tip' on how to get ticks off pets on Rolf Harris's … I once noted a 'tip' on how to get ticks off pets on Rolf Harris's 'Animal Hospital' (die hard fan, here) and the easiest way was-not to pull em off with a tweezer - as that leaves the head of the tick inside the animalBUT-to apply a layer of vaseline on the ticks backside (they breath through their backs or sommat when they're feeding off animals blood) as that would apply a layer over their breathing holes and in turn it would suffocate them and so they'd quickly release their grip of the animal they're feeding on and surface in order to breath through their mouths again. It was about 10yrs ago I saw this, but that's the jist of it. ... oh, when it's out, grab the tick and kill the blighter;-)



Please don't do this, vaseline will make the tick sick and might trasmit Lyme Disease which could prove dangerous for you and your pet.

Please see bada-uk.org/def…php for information on correct tick removal.


:thumbsup:

jenslater80;7298975

Please don't do this, vaseline will make the tick sick and might trasmit … Please don't do this, vaseline will make the tick sick and might trasmit Lyme Disease which could prove dangerous for you and your pet.Please see http://www.bada-uk.org/defence/removal/indextickremoval.php for information on correct tick removal.:thumbsup:



Yes, dead right... I do have SOME experience in removing ticks over the years (holiday in SHEEP country, got Foxes & Hedgehogs in the garden!) as my dogs have had a few. Frontline does work for ticks, but requires twice as frequent application as it does for fleas, so it is a bit more hit and miss! As my dogs have not had fleas for a few years, I have been loathe to dose at lower risk times, so tend only to dose in the warmer months, and the tick problem is easy to forget about until your dog gets them!)

Normally I have removed them, live with tweezers, as that site recommends, previously with a couple of dogs had a 100% success rate too, but earlier this year, one of my Chihuahuas ended up with a very large abscess behind his ear, requiring Vet treatment, after I removed one, so I have given up on that method, and bought a tick tool - not the ones shown in that site, but a tick-lasso shop.welltravelledclinics.co.uk/Pro…spx
As my longer haired chihuahua of the two I had was the one to get them almost every time. I may not get to use it - he died in October, and the short haired one for some reason has never had any! (interestingly my previous dog was a cross Collie, with plenty of longer hair around the neck too, and she used to get them easily and often too - I presume the longer hair makes an easy job for them to leap off the grass onto the long hair!
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