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tick on a flower
tick on a flower

Ticks Are a Year-Round Threat

Did you know the threat of ticks isn’t limited to the heat of summer? Adult ticks can feed in the fall and into winter. Colder weather doesn't always mean fewer ticks. Choose the year-round protection of the #1 name in flea and tick protection,1 FRONTLINE® Brand Products. 

What's feeding on your pet?

Ticks can be found throughout the United States. The most common ticks include: Lone Star Tick, Brown Dog Tick, American Dog Tick, Western Black-Legged tick, and Deer Tick.

Lone star tick
Lone star tick
American dog tick
American dog tick
Deer Tick
Deer Tick
Brown dog tick
Brown dog tick
Western black legged tick
Western black legged tick

Do ticks carry diseases?

Ticks are menacing creatures that can transmit a number of life-threatening diseases. Some of the most common diseases include Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and babesiosis.*

tick on dog fur
tick on dog fur

Ticks can thrive anywhere

Ticks aren’t limited to the backwoods or rural areas. They can be found in urban settings, too. They’re at the dog park, on walking trails, even in your own backyard. Wildlife such as white-tailed deer, raccoons, and other rodents can carry ticks into residential areas and deposit them anywhere your pets may be.

person walking 2 dogs
two dogs on leach walking in the street

Protect your pets from the dangers of ticks.

FRONTLINE Brand Products are specially formulated for dogs and cats.