This quiz is designed to test your learning. The pass mark is 80% and you have unlimited attempts.
What proportion of a flea problem is found in the environment compared to the pet?
Ticks can transmit which of the following dangerous diseases:
- a. Canine babesiosis
- b. Lyme disease
- c. Both of the above
FRONTLINE® Plus contains fipronil, an adulticide. How does it work against fleas on the pet?
- a. Fipronil is distributed with the pet’s natural oils from the sebaceous glands so fleas are killed on contact and die by hyper-excitation
- b. It repels fleas
- c. It kills fleas by paralysis
FRONTLINE® Plus contains (S)-methoprene, an active IGR. How does it work to help protect the home environment?
- a. It kills adult fleas
- b. It prevents flea eggs hatching and larvae developing, therefore breaking the flea life cycle
- c. It kills ticks
How long does it take for FRONTLINE® Plus to kill fleas once they have jumped onto a treated pet?
- a. 24 hours
- b. 72 hours
- c. 96 hours
FRONTLINE® Plus doesn’t stop ticks attaching but kills them, helping to minimise the risk of transmission of tick-borne disease. Within how many hours of contact does it kill them?
- a. 96 hours
- b. 48 hours
- c. 24 hours
FRONTLINE® Plus helps to protect both pets and the home. True or false?
It can take 3 months or more to get rid of a flea infestation. Which of the following statements offers good advice to help consumers resolve the issue?
- a. Treat all cats and dogs in the household with FRONTLINE® Plus every four weeks for a minimum of 3 consecutive months, then continue to treat regularly throughout the year. Allow them access to all areas.
- b. Wash your pets’ bedding at 60°C, regularly vacuum carpets, flooring and soft furnishings and spray all areas your pets go with a household flea spray, such as FRONTLINE® HomeGard, which contains an IGR.
- c. Both of the above
How often should cats and dogs be treated with FRONTLINE® Plus for flea and tick protection?
- a. Every 8 weeks
- b. Every 6 weeks
- c. Every 4 weeks
According to ESCCAP guidelines, how often is it recommended to treat dogs for intestinal worms?
- a. At least every three months, depending on the dog’s age and lifestyle
- b. Monthly for dogs living with children
- c. For puppies: every 2 weeks until weaned then monthly until 6 months of age
- d. All of the above