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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 September 2017
We have a cat and a dog so purchased one for each after discovering fleas on both pets. We also treated our home/sofas/pet beds, used flea bombs and set up traps to catch newly hatched fleas accordingly to prevent any further issues. We've also confined our pets to one room to allow these traps to work. The cat is an indoor cat and the dog is the only one that uses the garden/mixes with other dogs, therefore we believe the dog has caught the fleas to begin with. However over a week in we've not found any on our dog, but after flea combing our cat twice daily we're finding fleas who have had a blood meal and therefore are continually laying more eggs, frontline is meant to prevent the flea getting to this stage. When the cat's due her next treatment she'll be getting something from the vets and I won't be bothering with frontline again.
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