Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets Pipettes

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Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets is a veterinary medicinal product, in the form of pipettes, which offers complete protection against fleas and anti-ticks for your cat and its environment.

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Used for : anti-puce, chat, chaton, anti-tiques, soin vétérinaire

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From late spring to late fall, cats and cats can be victims of fleas and ticks. These external parasites, if they mainly occur during this period, can be present all year round.

The inexpensive Frontline combo pipettes ensure both the elimination and the reinstallation of fleas and ticks on your cat for 6 months. It ensures a global extermination of parasites including those who have developed resistance to it.

What are Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets pipettes used for?

Whether indoors or outdoors, our domestic felines lead a life of adventures on which they inexorably cross paths with parasites. These represent a particular danger for your felids, which is why it is important to protect them with a pest control adapted to their lifestyle!

Frontline Combo cats and ferrets is a built- in active IGR (Insect Growth Regulator) which helps to minimize the risk of infestation in your home. In fact, 95% of fleas live in your home . A pest control like this will limit contamination in your home and clean up your pet's living space.

Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets pipettes completely protect your habitat and your animal against the appearance of fleas and ticks. They eliminate and prevent the reproduction of parasites for up to four weeks. In addition, they help prevent allergic reactions linked to pests in cats and ferrets. Especially since they act on the three species of ticks present in France. Finally, they participate in reducing the laying of fleas by preventing the hatching of larvae and limiting the formation of cocoons.

How to use Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets pipettes?

  1. Place your cat on the lap and take a Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets pipette.
  2. Hold the pipette vertically and break off the tip at the pre-cut spot
  3. Part the hair between your cat's shoulder blades, place the tip on visible skin, and squeeze the flea pipette several times to empty it completely.
  4. Your cat is now protected.

Renew the application regularly.

Can be used in cats over 2 months old and weighing over 1 kg. Is suitable for ferrets over 6 months.

Comment on the recommendations for use and dosage of Frontline Combo Cats and Ferrets Pipettes with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.

Present throughout the year, it is essential to protect your cat or cat against the itching caused by fleas . But also the allergies and diseases they can transmit, just like ticks .


Fipronil, (S)-Methoprene

Precaution of use

  • Do not use in rabbits.
  • Avoid washing or bathing your pet within 2 days of applying the product.
  • This product is a veterinary medicinal product.
  • Read carefully the instructions before use.
  • Ask your pharmacist or veterinarian for advice.
  • If symptoms persist, consult a veterinarian.

In cats , among the very rarely suspected side effects, transient skin reactions at the application site (desquamation, hair loss, itching, localized redness) as well as generalized itching or hair loss have been reported. Excessive salivation, reversible nervous signs (increased sensitivity to stimulation, depression, other nervous signs) or vomiting have also been observed after use. In case of licking, a brief period of excessive salivation due mainly to the nature of the excipient can be observed. Do not overdose.


Available in boxes of 3 and 6 pipettes.

Our advice from specialists in veterinary medicine

The antiparasitic treatment of cats and ferrets is a crucial step for the health of our furry companions. Internal and external parasites can cause many health problems such as infections, allergies, anemia and even serious illnesses. Therefore, it is important to regularly protect our cats and ferrets against these parasites.

There are many pest control products available in the market such as collars, pipettes, tablets and sprays. Each of these products has its advantages and disadvantages, and it is important to choose the one that is best for our furry companions based on their lifestyle, health status and sensitivity to chemicals.

Anti- parasitic collars are a popular option for cats and ferrets because they are easy to use and maintain. They release a substance that repels parasites , while being safe for our pets. However, some cats may be sensitive to the smell or substance released from the collars, so it is important to monitor their behavior after application.

Flea droppers and sprays are an effective option for cats and ferrets that have external parasites such as fleas and ticks. They are easy to use and apply directly to the animal's skin. However, it is important to choose a product that is not harmful to cats and ferrets and to follow dosage instructions carefully.

Antiparasitic tablets are also an effective option for cats and ferrets that have internal parasites such as intestinal worms. They are easy to administer and are very effective in eliminating parasites. However, some cats may be refractory to ingesting tablets, so it is important to speak to our veterinarian to choose the best treatment for our pet.

In conclusion, the antiparasitic treatment of cats and ferrets is a crucial step in ensuring the health and well-being of our furry companions. It is important to choose the product that is best for our pets based on their lifestyle, health status and chemical sensitivity. Together with our veterinarian, we can protect our cats and ferrets against unwanted parasites.

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