CARING FOR YOUR PETS LIKE THEY'RE OURS

Whatever your problem, our team of experienced advisers are on hand to provide top tips.

FLEAS

Fleas are a common problem. They often cause scratching and skin damage, which can be distressing for everyone involved.

TICKS

Pets can pick up ticks from gardens, parks and any areas of vegetation. Ticks may only be the size of a sesame seed, but they can pose a serious threat.

worms

Intestinal worms can be easily picked up and often go unnoticed. They live in the digestive tract feeding on blood and ingested food, and can cause serious health issues if left untreated.

SKIN & COAT CARE

You might think grooming your pet is just to keep them looking good, but it’s also about maintaining your pet’s health.

Take a closer look at the range:

FRONTLINE PLUS

FRONTLINE PLUS

FRONTLINE SPOT ON

FRONTLINE SPOT ON

FRONTLINE HOMEGARD

FRONTLINE HOMEGARD

FRONTLINE PET CARE

FRONTLINE PET CARE

VELOXA

VELOXA

Frequently Asked Questions

We recommend to bathe up to once a month as necessary. If your dogs smell bad, if they scratch a lot, if their coat is dirty, dull or dusty, don’t hesitate to bathe them.
As cats groom themselves quite thoroughly every day, frequent bathing is not always necessary. But if their coat is dirty, dull, dusty or if your cat smells bad, don’t hesitate to bathe them.
Overweight or long hair cats might also need to be bathed more often as their self-grooming may not be as complete and thorough.

Both products kill fleas and ticks on your pet, however our most advanced formula FRONTLINE Plus also stops flea eggs from hatching and infesting your home.

Once applied, FRONTLINE Plus / FRONTLINE Spot On is stored in the sebaceous glands in your pet's skin and spreads over the whole body surface with their natural oils. Fleas and ticks are killed through contact with your pet's skin and coat so they do not need to bite to be killed.

No product can repel fleas from jumping onto your pet so it is normal to continue to see fleas after treatment as your pet can pick up new fleas from the environment at any time. Moreover, if you are fighting a home infestation, it is highly likely that you will see fleas on your pet for 3 months or more as it can take this long to get rid of the infestation. If you have any concerns, please contact our technical services team at petsUK@boehringer-ingelheim.com, or your veterinary surgeon.

Yes, FRONTLINE Plus / FRONTLINE Spot On can be used on any breed of cat and dog, including collies and other herding-breed dogs which can sometimes show a sensitivity to some parasite treatments.

FRONTLINE Plus and FRONTLINE Spot On have an exemplary safety profile and adverse reactions to the treatments are very rare. If you believe your pet has experienced any side effects after use of FRONTLINE Plus or FRONTLINE Spot On, please contact our technical services team at petsUK@boehringer-ingelheim.com, or your veterinary surgeon.

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FRONTLINE® Plus contains fipronil and (S)-methoprene. UK: NFA-VPS. FRONTLINE® Spot On contains fipronil. UK: AVM-GSL. VELOXA® contains febantel, praziquantel and pyrantel. Anthelmintic for treatment of mixed infections with roundworms and tapeworms in dogs. For information about side effects, precautions, warnings and contraindications please refer to the product packaging and package leaflet. UK: NFA-VPS. Further information available in the SPCs or from Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health UK Ltd, RG12 8YS, UK. Use Medicines Responsibly. FRONTLINE® HomeGard is a biocide (non-medicinal product). Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use. The FRONTLINE Pet Care® products are non-medicinal. FRONTLINE®, HomeGard®, VELOXA® and FRONTLINE Pet Care® are registered trademarks of the Boehringer Ingelheim Group. ©2019 Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health UK Ltd. All rights reserved. Date of preparation: Jul 2019.