Quicfip Plus 9.8% / 8.8% (Large Dogs)
Quicfip Plus (Fipronil / Methoprene 9.8% / 8.8%) Topical Solution (Large Dogs)
For Dogs 20 to 40 Kg (44 to 88 pounds). Also known as Frontline Plus
Fipronil / Methoprene
Insecticide (control of ticks and fleas)
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QuicFIP general information
What is QuicFIP used for?
QuicFIP Plus Spot-on is a topical treatment used for the control of fleas, ticks and biting lice in large dogs; also to treat flea allergy dermatitis in dogs. QuicFIP Plus for large dogs is a fast acting monthly treatment that gets rid of existing flea infestations by killing adult fleas within 12 hours and lasts for at least one month, also preventing new flea infestations for up to three months by killing all stages of the flea lifecycle, including egg, larva and pupa. QuicFIP Plus for large dogs also kills all stages of ticks preventing tick-borne disease transmission as well as biting lice within 48 hours. QuicFIP Plus for large dogs prevents tick infestations for up to one month including brown dog tick, American dog tick, lone star tick and deer tick; also controls paralysis ticks for up to two weeks after application, reducing the risk of tick paralysis, which is caused by a toxin produced by the feeding tick. QuicFIP Plus for large dogs can be used on puppies from eight weeks old and is safe to use on breeding, pregnant or lactating animals. QuicFIP Plus for large dogs is convenient to use and waterproof once dry.
How does QuicFIP work?
QuicFIP Plus Spot-on contains two ingredients, fipronil a broad spectrum topical insecticide belonging to the phenylpyrazole group of insecticides, and methoprene, an insect growth regulator that work together to control fleas, ticks and biting lice in dogs. Fipronil in QuicFIP Plus binds to and blocks the GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric acid) receptor, which is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the nervous system and this action leads to hyperexcitation and toxicity of the nervous system resulting in disruption of nervous system function. Fipronil in QuicFIP Plus also binds to glutamate-gated chloride channels, which are insect-specific and play an important role in regulation of insect movement, feeding and sensory input. The combined actions of fipronil in QuicFIP Plus results of disruption of the insect central nervous system, causing paralysis and death. Methoprene in QuicFIP Plus is an insect growth regulator that works by acting as a juvenile hormone analogue. Juvenile hormone plays a key role in the development of the larval stage of insects but blocks the development of the adult insect by inhibiting the metamorphosis of larval into adult tissues during the pupa stage of the life cycle. This action of Methoprene in QuicFIP Plus attacks all stages of the flea development, thereby, breaking the flea life cycle while it is on the dog’s body and preventing reinfestation. QuicFIP Plus collects in the oils of the skin and hair follicles and spreads evenly over the dog’s body, without being absorbed into the circulation. This enables all newly emerged adult fleas to be killed before they lay eggs and usually before they bite, reducing risk of flea allergy dermatitis, providing long-lasting protection from flea and tick infestation and preventing tick-borne disease transmission.
What does QuicFIP contain?
QuicFIP Plus contains the active ingredients fipronil 9.8% (98g/L) and (S)-methoprene 8.8% (88g/L), both insecticides that work by different mechanisms and used in combination to treat and prevent infestation of fleas, ticks and biting lice in dogs.
What sizes of QuicFIP are available
QuicFIP Plus for dogs is available in four sizes depending on the size of the dog. Each pack contains a single pipette for a single dose, delivering the same dose from each pipette:
- Small dogs up to 10kg (22 lbs) and puppies over 8 weeks 0.67ml
- Medium Dogs between 11kg (24lbs) and 20kg lbs (44lbs) 1.34ml
- Large Dog between 21kg (46lbs) and 40kg (88lbs) 2.68ml
- Extra Large Dogs between 41kg (90lbs) and 60kg (132lbs) 4.02ml
Treating fleas with QuicFIP
QuicFIP Plus Spot-on contains two ingredients, fipronil a broad spectrum topical insecticide and methoprene, an insect growth regulator that work together to control the infestation of fleas and other parasitic insects in dogs. QuicFIP Plus for large dogs is a fast acting monthly treatment that gets rid of existing flea infestations by killing adult fleas within 12 hours and lasts for at least one month, preventing new flea infestations for up to three months by killing all stages of the flea lifecycle, including egg, larva and pupa. Fipronil in QuicFIP disrupts the insect nervous system and methoprene in QuicFIP is an insect growth regulator that blocks the progression of the pupa into the adult, thereby breaking the flea life cycle. QuicFIP Plus collects in the oils of the skin and hair follicles and spreads evenly over the dog’s body, without being absorbed into the circulation, to kill newly emerged adult fleas before they lay eggs and usually before they bite, reducing risk of flea allergy dermatitis and providing long-lasting protection from flea infestation. QuicFIP Plus for large is convenient to use and waterproof once dry.
What are the side effects of QuicFIP?
The most commonly reported side effects when applying QuicFIP include irritation at the site of application.
How should QuicFIP be applied?
Each pipette in a pack of QuicFIP Plus for large dogs is a single treatment for one application. To apply QuicFIP Plus to your dog’s skin, part the coat so the skin is visible at the point between the shoulders and squeeze the pipette to apply the entire contents of the pipette to the skin, where it will spread throughout your dog’s coat within 24 hours and remains effective even if your dog swims, gets wet or is shampooed. To allow QuicFIP Plus to work, leave for 48 hours after application before allowing your dog into water.
How often should QuicFIP be applied?
You should apply QuicFIP Plus monthly to prevent infestation with fleas and ticks and it is effective even when in water or exposed to sunlight. If you have more than one dog in your household you should treat them all at the same time.