Pet Armor Works Quickly, Easily, Monthly.

The active ingredient in PetArmor™ is fipronil (the same as in Frontline®). PetArmor works the same way as Frontline, providing full-body protection to help keep your pets flea and tick free. And they stay gone for 30 days. It's that simple. Pet Armor is just as safe and effective as Frontline®.

Compare Pet Armor to Frontline

It's simple. The same active ingredients and the same flea and tick protection as Frontline.

For years, Frontline was the only flea and tick medication of its kind on the market. Now Pet Armor™ offers the same active ingredient (fipronil), in the same concentration as Frontline, so it's just as safe and effective against fleas and ticks. Fipronil is the number-one active ingredient recommended by veterinarians for flea and tick control. Also, PetArmor Plus contains S-methoprene, just like Frontline Plus, which prevents flea eggs from hatching and growing up, and then laying more eggs.

Why the same, for less?*

Pet Armor is a generic version of Frontline with the same active ingredient—fipronil. The fipronil patent (U.S. Patent # 5,232,940) has expired, clearing the way for generic products to be available. We've made it up to 50% less expensive* and available in stores where you shop, because we'd like to help more pets stay flea and tick free.

  Pet Armor Frontline
Kills adult fleas
Kills ticks
Kills chewing lice
Fast acting
Long lasting
Waterproof
Approved for use on puppies
and kittens 8 weeks and older
Costs less

Ingredients for Dogs

  Pet Armor Frontline
Fipronil 9.7% 9.7%
Inert Ingredients 90.3% 90.3%
Total 100% 100%

Ingredients for Cats

  Pet Armor Frontline
Fipronil 9.7% 9.7%
Inert Ingredients 90.3% 90.3%
Total 100% 100%

FAQ

Do I need to reapply Pet Armor after my pet gets wet?
There is no need to reapply Pet Armor following your pet's exposure to water, bathing or swimming, as Pet Armor remains effective in these conditions. Treat your pet with Pet Armor only once a month.

I've been treatng my pet for a while and I don't see fleas or ticks, but she continues to scratch.
See your veterinarian. Your pet could have other skin issues that may need specialized care.

What if I still see fleas in my home after I've treated my pet with Pet Armor?
If you see fleas a few weeks after the first treatment, it is most likely because new fleas have just hatched. Using PetArmor flea and tick medication every month will reduce the chances of this. And using Pet Armor Plus kills flea eggs and larvae before they grow into adult fleas.

Does Pet Armor also treat chewing lice?
Yes. A monthly application of Pet Armor will kill and control chewing lice.

If I'm not happy with Pet Armor, can I return it?
We believe in our products. If you're not happy with Pet Armor, we'll gladly provide a refund. Please mail the unused portion in the carton back to us at: Pet Armor Returns, 2805 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, FL 34237.

Is Pet Armor as effective as Frontline for fleas and ticks?
Yes, it provides the same flea and tick protection as Frontline. Pet Armor and Pet Armor Plus are made with the same active ingredients as Frontline: fipronil in Pet Armor, fipronil and S-methoprene in Pet Armor Plus. The active ingredients are even present in the same concentrations. In studies and over many years, the active ingredient in Pet Armor, fipronil, has been proven safe and effective, and is veterinarians' #1 choice for flea and tick control.

Does Pet Armor have an expiration date?
No. All Pet Armor products should be stored at room temperature in their original packaging and are good to use as long as the pipettes remain sealed.

Are there any side effects from Pet Armor?
The active ingredient in Pet Armor, fipronil, has been proven safe and effective in studies and over many years. Sensitivities may occur after using any flea and tick products. You may see temporary irritation at the application area. If your pet continues to show any signs of sensitivity, see your veterinarian immediately and before reapplying PetArmor.

Can I use Pet Armor more than once a month if my pet has a really bad flea or tick problem?
No. Pet Armor should not be used more than once every 30 days. If you have a bad infestation, talk to your veterinarian about your options.

Should I stop using Pet Armor if I don't see any more fleas or ticks?
No. Just because you don't see adult fleas or ticks doesn't mean they're not hiding in your carpet or backyard. Applying Pet Armor flea and tick medication every month will help prevent future infestations.

Can I use Pet Armor if my pet is being treated with other pet medications?
There are no known reactions between fipronil-based products, like PetArmor, and other medications, but you should ask your veterinarian.

How to use Pet Armor

To open the child-resistant package, cut across the top as shown in the directions on the back of the sealed inner package for each pipette.

Peel down the foil completely before removing pipette.

Snap the tip of the pipette away from you as shown in the directions on the back of the carton.

Part your pet's hair and place the tip of the pipette behind the neck and between the shoulders. Ensure that the entire application of PetArmor is contained in a single spot on your pet's skin. Be sure to squeeze the pipette thoroughly so that the entire contents are applied.