Oh my! See I was using revolutions which really doesn't help much with ticks. I bought frontline spray though, but my lazy butt didn't use it. Way to go Ang, right?
Anyway, if you have small pets, the frontline spray ends up being cheaper than the stuff that you buy in single applications. You can still apply just to the back of the neck, it is just like 1 or 2 sprays per pound (your pet's weight). So, if your animals area small, you can use it for quite some time and the spray bottle was in the $40's. I just didn't use it because I'm lazy. You can also use it if your animal has a tick. You spray it on, wait a couple of minutes while it kills the tick and then pick it off. I am still not good at that. I don't think they die before I pluck them out:(
My one cat is allergic to the revolutions because last time I put it on her, within 12 hours she was bald in that whole area. So, I have to change anyway. I will try the biospot and maybe just use the frontline as well (as long as my vet says it is ok.)