Fiproguard for Dogs - 45-88 lbs, 3-Pack is a fast acting, squeeze-on topical protection against fleas, ticks and chewing lice. Fiproguard Plus is the first approved generic equivalent to Frontline Plus, and contains Fipronil, the same active ingredient used in Frontline Top Spot for Dogs. Fiproguard Plus kills ticks which can cause Lyme Disease and controls mites that may
cause sarcoptic mange. It is also waterproof, staying active after baths. Fiproguard Plus offers premium protection against pests without the premium price. For use on dogs over 8 weeks of age up.
• Kills fleas
• Kills ticks
• Kills chewing lice
• Fights the spreading of Lyme disease which is commonly transferred through fleas and ticks
• Used for dogs 8 weeks of age and older.
• Made in the USA
• Great value and cost
• Contains fipronil which is the same ingredient found in Frontline Top Spot.
Fiproguard for Dogs
Kills chewing lice
Same fipronil ingredient found in Frontline Top Spot
Directions: Apply one tube as a spot on the dog's back between the shoulder blades.
Frequency of Application: Use Fiproguard monthly for complete control of flea, tick and chewing lice infestations. Apply monthly to control ticks, and chewing lice. FIPROGUARD remains effective, even after bathing, water immersion, or exposure to sunlight. Allow treated area to dry thoroughly. Do not reapply for 30 days.
Not the same as Frontline Plus by Smeegle Beagle04/24/2012
I have not used this product, so I can not speak for it's efficacy for killing fleas, ticks or lice. I would like to mention that this DOES NOT contain the insect growth regulator (IGR) contained in Frontline Plus. This product is similar to Frontline Top Spot. The IGR in Frontline Plus, is under patent by Merial. Please do your research before using this product to make sure you are comparing apples to apples.
So far not so great by Joan07/08/2012
I applied the product after they were dry from their baths for the week per instructions a few days ago. Here we are in tick season and they have gotten to be a problem. This morning I did have to pull small ticks from one of the dogs but nothing seemed to be tightly attached. I am hoping to see more of a reaction but so far just ok.