Flea and Tick Prevention
No matter how well you care for your pet, they will inevitably come into contact with a flea or tick while going for a walk, playing in the grass, or at the doggy disco. The best way to keep your little dude and home safe from these menacing insects is being consistent with flea and tick prevention. Below, we’ll talk a little bit more about why prevention is important and discuss the role that your veterinarian plays in helping prevent and treat fleas and ticks for your pets.
Why Flea and Tick Prevention is Important
Flea and tick infestations can impact the health of your pet. By consistently working to prevent fleas and ticks, you can help avoid discomfort, skin infections, and diseases. Not only does flea and tick prevention work to keep your pets happy and healthy, but these preventative measures also help keep your crib and family safe from a flea or tick infestation.
Keeping Up with the Fleadashian's
Flea and tick prevention should be a part of your pet’s monthly routine.
Once fleas establish residence in your home, they have no trouble firmly entrenching themselves.
Because flea eggs are deposited on your pet, they can fall off and land wherever your pet spends time. So, flea larvae may develop anywhere your pet wanders: in your carpeting, rugs, furniture, even cracks in the floor, making it a challenge to treat the premises thoroughly enough.
Anyone who has ever dealt with the worst of worst hangovers knows how rough, same goes for these troublemakers, and just like the worst hungover you never want to contend with them again. If you’d rather not fight the flea battle, get proactive. Order the monthly pack today.. .