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20% Off Frontline Plus Products @ MedicAnimal
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31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Updated 19th JulLast updated 19th Jul by alphamike
Already find them a good place to go for low prices, now a little better for Frontline Plus. Also provide free delivery on orders over £29.
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alphamike

Great the for posting (y)

FRONTLINE Spot On Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats 6 Pipettes £13.99 Amazon Prime deal
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Updated 16th JulLast updated 16th Jul by violetd
FRONTLINE Spot On Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats 6 Pipettes Amazon’s Choice for “flea treatment cat” FRONTLINE Spot On Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats 6 Pipettes
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violetd

Me too. I also use one made by beaphar called fiprotec with same ingredient which is usually cheaper.

89quidyoucantgowrong

I buy the large ones for dogs (which are almost the same price) and use a tiny syringe to share a single pipette between our four cats.

steven5watson

I'm sure I used these: https://www.petdrugsonline.co.uk/advantage-spot-on-flea-treatment Still cheaper than frontline even if you only get 5 pipets. My poor cat has a flea allergy and she's had bad skin for years even though using frontline monthly. First month of advantage and her skin was nearly completely cleared up.

donny1266

Thanks, for the tip. Anywhere well priced for advantage at the moment?

steven5watson

This stuff doesn't work for my cats anymore. I've started using advantage and it's far better. Can't tell you how much I wasted on frontline over the years!

FRONTLINE Spot On Flea & Tick Treatment for Small Dog (2-10kg) 6 Pipettes for just £19.49 delivered (first time S&S users only) @ amazon.
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Updated 8th JulLast updated 8th Jul by mymymy
My girls are scratching like mad this year due to the warm winter. Mine arrived tomorrow. KILLS FLEAS, TICKS & LICE FRONTLINE Spot On is the original flea and tick spot-on for… Read more
mymymy

Ahh, at last someone who appreciates a deal (y) Mine are itch free today and I'm built free lol

mattr

Thanks, got these. Big saving for 6 with both discounts.

mymymy

What a rubbish deal, shame on you op :|

mymymy

Lots of votes but obviously cold. :/

mymymy

I switch back and forward with different brands to stop resistance and it works with my 4 dogs. I dont use it on all the dogs at the same either.

Frontline Plus Flea Treatment - £7.37 @ Vet UK
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Updated 30th AprLast updated 30th Apr by JB0007
Using the 20% off Frontline Plus code - FLPLUS20 actually takes £24.00 off your order, I bought a pack of 6 pipettes & a flea carpet spray and was charged £7.37! I've had the d… Read more
JB0007

Received a cancellation email yesterday & a refund today......as Blackhorse stated, the sudden rise in orders probably alerted them to a glitch in the system.

Britt_Bristow

Made my orders but both were CANCELLED & REFUNDED a few days later. Notified by email that they had a ‘glitch’ which is now rectified.

andiwall

Oh yeah me too although they refunded one order but would like me to pay the difference on the others two, tres curious

cheekyboy23

Real shame (but understandable), just had a cancellation email through. Orders not being fulfilled and refunds provided.

Anteater57

Order cancelled.

Frontline Spot On Flea and Tick Treatment for Large Dog (20-40kg) 3 Pipettes     £12.28 with Amazon Prime Subscribe & Save
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Updated 21st JanLast updated 21st Jan by Deelovesabargain
Frontline Spot On Flea and Tick Treatment for Large Dog (20-40kg) 3 Pipettes £12.28 with Amazon Prime Subscribe & Save
There is a 20% voucher for subscribe and save orders and if you have 5 items in your delivery you get another 15% discount bringing it to a 35% saving Seems like a decent price … Read more
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Deelovesabargain

I get my pets flea treatments from the vets or use Advantage but its a good saving for people who use Frontline :)

.MUFC.

Totally agree, Or Advocate which is the same as Advantage but kills other parasites etc.. Fleas have built up immunity to Fipronil in most areas.

demondoguk_

Agreed, about as effective as washing them with water

samwants2save

Absolute waste of time and money.. Frontline is definately not as effective as it used to be. 'Advantage' flea treatment all the way

Riemann P20 SPF 30 Sun Cream 200ml - £6.08 delivered @ OnBuy / frontline-pharmacy
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Updated 21st JanLast updated 21st Jan by OLH
Riemann P20 SPF 30 Sun Cream 200ml - £6.08 delivered @ OnBuy / frontline-pharmacy
Heading away on holiday soon and swear by P20 as a brand. For anyone heading away in the summer this stuff is normally quite expensive but this is a phenomenal price for the 200ml … Read more
OLH

Must have only had a few left but didn’t state on website, I ordered 2 myself :( I’ll expire now.

scott.fitzgerald

Out of stock

Shauny_uk

Oos :(

ulookinatme

OOS

Kathrynr

Just bought thank you for posting

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Frontline Spot On for Cats (3 Pack) at Vet UK for £9.38 delivered
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Updated 7th Jul 2018Last updated 7th Jul 2018 by zzzz
Frontline Spot On for Cats (3 Pack) at Vet UK for £9.38 delivered
Short expity date 31/8/2018 Free p&p over £29, otherwise £3.99 Could be a good group buy for cat people to get the free p&p Frontline Spot On for Cats (3 Pack) is used in… Read more
zzzz

I too have given up with frontline years back as it doesn't seem to work anymore. I wouldn't waste time with it. Advocate is the one to use.

bytor451

As others have said this doesn't seem to work any more, gets terrible reviews too. I went for 'advantage' instead on my cats and dogs. It's cheaper, comes in packs of 4 pipettes and works. I got mine from Animed https://www.animeddirect.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/9778

dorey69

Doesn’t work anymore on my cat so switched to advantage, same ingredients as avodate from the vets. Good offer though

Demondoguk

Might as well put water on your cat than frontline. Same result.

NargUk

Same, Frontline just made the fleas docile, not killing them. Was using Advocate which works, but crazy expensive as you need a vet prescription. Also trying Advantage atm, seems to be working so far.

free tickets - arab film - bbc cultural frontline - central london - wednesday 25th april, 2018
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Updated 23rd Apr 2018Last updated 23rd Apr 2018 by Omgitswaldo
free tickets - arab film - bbc cultural frontline - central london - wednesday 25th april, 2018
Join The Cultural Frontline for a special broadcast as part of the BBC Arabic Festival in which we bring together leading Arab filmmakers to discuss whether we now live in a go… Read more
Omgitswaldo

Nope

Mary_Mary

A lot of British and American companies work on international movies, especially Bollywood...just because something is not English it doesn't mean the UK and America don't profit!

seb

tom courtney is about the same age as albert and he's still working. http://www.itv.com/news/channel/2018-04-10/guernsey-politicians-attend-film-premiere-in-london/ in fact, a lot of actors keep on trucking until infirmity stops them performing. `Gandalf` is 78!! meet Edith Moore... At the tender age of eighty three, a gruff old woman (Sheila Hancock) sets out to try and capture a little of the magic she had as a young girl. The story is a tale of triumph over adversity as Edie embarks on the adventure of a lifetime. http://simonhunter.com/edie-movie

cgsrimi

kamenitzabrit: Whatever happened to our own home produced films by the likes of Ealing studios, and featuring stars such as Albert Finney ? We do have things like Aardman Animations to fly the flag for us, but sadly our great British film industry has all but vanished. Will the Arabic film industry go the same way, or is there not going to be the obvious competition form Hollywood which our English language industry faced ? The UK film industry is huge, employing 2m people and growing by 5% pa. Albert Finney's last film was British made Skyfall in 2012. He's in his 80's now so probably not as active as once was.

kamenitzabrit

Whatever happened to our own home produced films by the likes of Ealing studios, and featuring stars such as Albert Finney ? We do have things like Aardman Animations to fly the flag for us, but sadly our great British film industry has all but vanished. Will the Arabic film industry go the same way, or is there not going to be the obvious competition form Hollywood which our English language industry faced ?

Buy one get one free frontline flea treatment for small dogs £13.49 (3) or £26.98 (6) £3.99 del (free delivery over £29) @ Vetuk.co.uk
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Updated 4th Feb 2018Last updated 4th Feb 2018 by kos1c
Buy one get one free frontline flea treatment for small dogs £13.49 (3) or £26.98 (6) £3.99 del (free delivery over £29) @ Vetuk.co.uk
Had to order flea treatment for my two small dogs and came across vetuk.co.uk and noticed they had buy one get one free for frontline small dog. Both 3 or 6 pippettes. Delivery i… Read more
kos1c

Some forum posts said the same while others are saying it's a case of each animal and area is different. For £30 I don't mind trying it out for 6 months ( 2 dogs). But I will keep an eye on how it goes. If it's bad then it's a lesson learned. But if it does work, it's a bargain. :)

richmurrell

I was advised by vets the other day, that this product isn't now any good, ad pets have become immune. I'm not sure if this is the case or whether it's because it's now available at a much more reasonable price? And from likes of Amazon etc.

coconut38

Good price, but same feedback as NCIS, Frontline doesn’t seem effective anymore, we had a horrendous flea infestation a year ago so have switched to different treatments..

simoncrumpton

Many thanks just ordered!

kos1c

I've not had any issue with frontline. But then again my two don't normally get a lot of fleas. So can't say if it's down to the product or not as there's times they've missed treatment and been fine. I usually make sure they're covered from spring over summer though as that's the active seasons.

Frontline for dogs at Amazon for £15.39 Prime (£18.38 non-Prime)
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Updated 20th Nov 2017Last updated 20th Nov 2017 by Rich44
Frontline for dogs at Amazon for £15.39 Prime (£18.38 non-Prime)
Frontline flea treatment for dogs prime deal so ime not sure who will benefit from this but it's a great deal
Rich44

Oh and as for this using dig treatment on cats DONT, they're not the same thing a lot of them contain permethrin which is toxic to cats and can just kill them outright

Rich44

Fipronil is useless don't waste your money you'll end up with an infestation. Get a prescription & buy Stronghold, fantastic stuff not too pricey and kills fleas and "internal" parasites too.

.MUFC.

Yes, same stuff as advantage but with tick treatment as well.

Norse

Hey .MUFC., fancy seeing you here. We will get the message across, we will! (strong) Advocate is another great treatment, but also requires a Vet Prescription.

royy

My dogs 8 years old now and always used this with no problems. You have just got to make sure you apply it correctly. Have a look on YouTube. Used to buy it from costco and then online. Bought two lots at this price. Cheapest I've ever seen

Frontline for cats. 6 pipettes £10.67 @ Amazon (prime members / P&P for non-Prime)
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Updated 19th Nov 2017Last updated 19th Nov 2017 by Rich44
Frontline for cats. 6 pipettes £10.67 @ Amazon (prime members / P&P for non-Prime)
Good price for 6 months worth. No doubt price will change quickly.
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Rich44

This is Fipronil which is completely useless. Get to the vets & buy Stronghold it works properly Oh and stronghold also kills worms & other parasites too.

Chasloyal

Seems someone lied to you about Catalonia not being Spain though (skeptical) And an educated guess says if the GHS gave you medication for an ape rather than a human you'd most likely get on your high horse about it (annoyed) You put that so eloquently, could not agree more, well said. As for people saying they finding it's not working for them, touch wood Frontline has always done us proud for mutts and moggies. The mutt was in the Burgenland region of Austria with me for three years and that manor is notorious for ticks, but with Frontline none of them ever hung around excuse the pun. And our cat has remained flea free for donkey's years with the feline pipettes so was more than happy to snap a few up at this price.

LordFlashHeart

Another one here that found that Frontline stopped working. Switched to Advantage and that works.

Razi

Frontline doesn't work in my area. I bought Advocate but it has to be bought from the vet or with prescription. The vet charged me £62 for 3 pipettes plus added doubts by saying in front of my little girl that her year old kitten has heart murmur and should be x-rayed and blood-tested. Luckily I had prepared my girl for this by showing her that Advocate 3 pipettes cost only £21 if bought on the internet with prescription. The vet had refused to give us prescription on phone and insisted they wanted to do a checkup for flea-treatment. The kitten is active and as lovely as ever

choccie32

I only said it so you were aware. I personally wouldn't do anything to risk my pets lives, but that's just me :/

De-flea for 99p ((Fipronil - the exact same active ingredient as Frontline Spot-On) for Cats and Dogs - 99p + £1.99 postage @ Vet UK
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Updated 25th Sep 2017Last updated 25th Sep 2017 by Ohizepedol.Amome
De-flea for 99p ((Fipronil - the exact same active ingredient as Frontline Spot-On) for Cats and Dogs - 99p + £1.99 postage @ Vet UK
Single pipettes of Flevox (Fipronil - the exact same active ingredient as Frontline Spot-On) for Cats and Dogs. Offer available while stocks last. Seems superb value for each pi… Read more
Ohizepedol.Amome

There is a rise in fake products, most of which, are bought Online. Frontline is one victim and there are others too. Where did you purchase your product will reveal the reason it failed to work.

drwhomad

Not expired just placed an order, Thanks so much :-)

pibpob

Keep them in the fridge? I know it tells you not to, but it also tells you to keep them below 30C, so I assume they tell you not to keep them in the fridge in case your kids eat them as a midnight snack.

eztobyd

Except they expire in 4 months... "Expiry: 05/2014"

Bargainhuntersupreme

This works well, can be used on the smallest breed puppies from 8 wks of age so fine for Chihuahuas and other micro breeds http://www.vetuk.co.uk/advantage-flea-control-advantage-for-dogs-c-3_660_874/advantage-40-small-cats-small-dogs-and-rabbits-4-pipettes-p-1173

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