Monday, March 28, 2011

Merial Frontline Plus Flea and Tick Control For Dogs and Puppies - Should I Buy It?

Many dog owners ask me about Merial Frontline Plus for dogs. They want to know how effectively it works and it can help reducing the itching and scratching that they see every day.

Let me tell you something, before buying any product to control flea and ticks on dogs, what I always suggest is go and ask your veterinarian, he can give you what he consider the best option for your dog is. However, in this article I just want to mention why I personally think frontline plus for dog is the best option.

One of the main reasons I like Merial Frontline for dogs is because it is EPA registered. This mean that the product has achieved a good standard and is approved by US Environmental Protection Agency. Only that is showing me that this has proved a high quality standard.

The second reason what I like Frontline Flea and Tick control for dogs and puppies is that it is one of the most recommended products by veterinarian, so not only government agency has approved it but you can see that most veterinarian recommended which means this has proved to be highly effective.

The third reason is because it is very easy to apply, and you have a specific package depending on the weigh of your dog. You will find Frontline Plus for dogs packages that has 3 or 6 doses for 0-22 lbs, 23,44 lbs, 45-88 lbs and 89-132 lbs. Which means you have many options according to what your dog need.

Another big advantage is that Frontline Plus for dogs is waterproof, and believe me, in some circumstances this is a big advantage.

Finally, Frontline flea and tick control for dogs has more that 600 customer reviews and has reached one of the highest customer approval ratings I've ever seen.

As I said before, those are the reason I like Merial Frontline Plus flea and tick control for dogs and puppies, the results speak by themselves.

Talking about Frontline Flea and tick control for dogs and puppies you can read more about my experience here:

Frontline Plus Review

By Mark Steihnman

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