As many of you have heard, Wal-mart is now selling a generic version of Frontline called PetArmor. I'm sure it is cheaper than buying Frontline throught the vet but there is another way to save money and keep those pesky buggers off your furry kids if they are smaller dogs or cats. They charge you the same amount whether you are buying a three month supply for a Chihuahua or a Great Dane but the amount per dose is very different. So I buy the biggest bottle designed for the biggest dogs for our Schnorkie (who only weighs 10 lbs) and just repackage and dose out exactly how much she needs. I found an old Mylicon bottle that actually shows 0.6mL which is perfect because the proper dosing for a small dog is 0.67mL, so I just go a little over the 0.6mL line on the dropper. I marked out the label for safety and keep the bottle inside the PetArmor box so there is no confusion.
Here is the dosing by weight as shown on an eBay seller's site who sells the larger bottles. This is how I used to buy it before Wal-Mart began selling PetArmor. This will help the boxes go a lot longer and ensure your furbaby is flea-free for cheap!