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Dr. Christina Frick, DVM
Warm weather is when disease-carrying mosquitos, ticks and wildlife become active. The risk of your pet encountering a disease-carrying vector is most likely to increase during this time.
Ticks and fleas can carry several disease that affect pets and people. Tick-borne diseases include Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Babesiosis, and Tularemia. Mosquitos cause
We have had a relatively cool wet spring and fleas are hatching out everywhere in full force. The common flea has had an impact on world history. From the black plague during the 14th century to the present, fleas have been a tough problem….especially for pet owners. Though we have not completely eliminated fleas, in the last few years science has made some tremendous advances in helping pets, and their owners, cope with these pesky parasites.
The best approach to fleas is a three-step method:
Talk with your veterinarian about which products are right for you, as different products have different benefits, all with the intent of eliminating the flea and tick problems and making life much easier for dogs and cats…..and their owners.
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