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Frontline Plus is a flea and tick treatment for dogs, and there are various options available for small dogs.

Frontline Plus has been trusted by pet owners for over 20 years and can be used on puppies as young as eight weeks old, weighing 5 pounds or more, and is easy to apply.

Frontline Plus has a double action formula which includes fipronil and (S)-methoprene. Fipronil kills fleas and ticks on the pet and due to its additional ingredient.

Frontline Plus also prevents flea eggs from hatching and larvae from developing. There are assorted sizes available for Frontline Plus, depending on your dog’s weight.

Use and Dosage

Dosage and Administration of Frontline Plus for Small Dogs (Fipronil/Methoprene)

Frontline Plus for Small Dogs should be applied to the skin between the shoulder blades of the dog. The dosage is based on the weight of the dog, with different dosages available for dogs weighing between 5-22 lbs. The medication should be applied once a month, or as directed by a veterinarian.

Follow the instructions carefully when applying Frontline Plus for Small Dogs. Before application, the dog’s fur should be parted and the medication should be applied directly to the skin, not the fur. The medication should be kept away from the dog’s eyes and mouth, and the dog should not be allowed to lick the application site until the medication has dried.

Note that Frontline Plus for Small Dogs is not suitable for use in other animals, including cats. Pet owners should discuss the use of any flea and tick medication with a veterinarian before administering it to their pets.

Side Effects

Common side effects of Frontline Plus for small dogs include skin irritation, itching, redness, hair loss, and neurological issues. However, these side effects are rare and tend to affect smaller dogs. Other reported side effects include swelling, excessive salivation, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and over-sensitivity to noise, light, or touch.

Discuss any concerns about potential side effects with a veterinarian before administering Frontline Plus to a pet.


While this medication is generally safe, there are a few cautions that pet owners may need to be aware of:

Only for use on dogs

  • Frontline Plus should only be used on dogs. Using it on cats or other animals can result in serious health problems.

Follow dosage instructions carefully.

  • Follow the dosage instructions carefully when using Frontline Plus. The appropriate dosage will depend on your dog’s weight, and using too much can be harmful.

Use with caution in sick, weak, or aged dogs

  • If your dog is sick, weak, or aged, it is important to use Frontline Plus with caution. Speak to your veterinarian before using the medication on such dogs.

Keep out of reach of children

  • Frontline Plus should be kept out of the reach of children. If ingested accidentally, the medication can cause serious health problems.

Adverse effects

  • Although Frontline Plus is generally safe, adverse effects are possible. Watch for symptoms such as hair loss, itching, redness, stinging, scratching or other irritation. If any of these symptoms occur, speak to your veterinarian.

Speak to a veterinarian before administering any medication to your pet.

Form and Strengths

Frontline Plus for Small Dogs is available in the following form and strengths:

  • Fipronil/Methoprene Pipettes:
    • (up to 22 lbs or 10kg)


What is Frontline Plus for Small Dogs?

Frontline Plus for Small Dogs is a topical flea and tick treatment specifically formulated for dogs weighing between 5 and 22 pounds. Designed to provide fast-acting and long-lasting protection against fleas and ticks and is also effective against chewing lice.

How does Frontline Plus for Small Dogs work?

Frontline Plus for Small Dogs contains two active ingredients, fipronil and (S)-methoprene, which works together to kill fleas at all life stages (eggs, larvae, pupae, and adults) and ticks. Fipronil kills adult fleas and ticks on contact, while (S)-methoprene prevents flea eggs and larvae from developing into adults.

How do I apply Frontline Plus for Small Dogs?

To apply Frontline Plus for Small Dogs, simply part your dog’s fur between the shoulder blades and apply the entire contents of the applicator directly onto the skin. Be sure to apply the product to a single spot to ensure maximum effectiveness.

How often should I apply Frontline Plus for Small Dogs?

You should apply Frontline Plus for Small Dogs once a month, or as directed by your veterinarian.

Is Frontline Plus for Small Dogs waterproof?

Yes, Frontline Plus for Small Dogs is waterproof. Your dog can swim or be bathed as soon as 24 hours after application without affecting the effectiveness of the product.



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Brand Name:

Frontline Plus for Small Dogs

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Other Names:

Fiprofort Plus Small dog


(up to 22 lbs or 10kg)

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