Merial Pharmacy (Frontline Spot On, Frontline Plus, Frontline HomeGuard, Veloxa) GG Copy demo version




Learning objectives


Confident recommendations


Merial Animal Health



Common Parasites

Facts about fleas



Flea lifecycle

Truth about ticks

Ticks and diseases


How Frontline Plus works

Efficacy - ticks and fleas

Frontline Plus range

Checklist for supply

Prevent a flea infestation

Video - application

Video - prevent fleas


Video - protect & treat ticks


New Product


Getting rid of infestations

Video – resolve infestation



What’s the difference table

Video - what’s the difference



Treatment frequency

New products


Worry of worms

Expert advice

About Veloxa

Weight restrictions

Video – deworming your dog



More information


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What percentage of a flea problem is found in the environment compared to the pet?

  • a. 5%
  • b. 45%
  • c. 95%

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

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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?

  • True
  • 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