FRONTLINE Spot On Launches Nationwide ‘Pets Will Be Pets’ Campaign Helping Raise Awareness of Fleas,
While Discovering a Pet Star!
Pet owners all over the country will be submitting photos and videos of their pets this summer to the ‘Pets Will Be Pets’ campaign, created by FRONTLINE Spot On, in order to win the coveted Pet of all Pets title!
The campaign, which will run throughout National Flea Awareness Month in June and throughout the summer, aims to raise awareness amongst pet owners on how to protect their pets from fleas and ticks so they can run explore, dig, lounge around and do what pets do best.
Did you know?
1 in 5 cats and 1 in 10 dogs have fleas*
And fleas multiply fast. Just one female flea can lay 50 eggs a day; so it can take as little as 21 days for one flea to become 1,000!
Just one monthly treatment of FRONTLINE Spot On will help protect your pet from nastiest such as fleas and ticks and the ‘Pets Will Be Pets’ campaign highlights just how easy it is to protect pets as well as the home.
To celebrate the launch of the campaign, a nationwide competition is running on Hug Your Pet where pet owners will have the chance to win £1000, a luxury pet hamper and a year’s supply of FRONTLINE (five runners up will also receive a year’s supply of FRONTLINE Spot On.)
Simply upload and share images and videos of the family pet to be in with the chance of winning. Closing date 29th August 2013. You can check full Terms and Condition here.
Roddy Webster, Head of UK Pets for Merial Comments: “This summer we wanted to bring some fun to the Pets Will Be Pets Campaign, while also raising awareness of a more serious issue – fleas. No one wants their pets to suffer from fleas, which is why we try and make it as easy as possible for pet owners to protect their pets with our FRONTLINE brand products. That way pets will look and feel their best – all in time to be entered into the Pets Will Be Pets competition”.
*Bond et al. A survey of flea infestation in cats and dogs in the UK during 2005. Veterinary Record (2007) 160, pg 505-506.