Flea & Tick Preventatives

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Should you choose oral or topical pet medications?

Can’t decide between oral and topical pet meds?

(By: Dr. Dym)

One of the most common questions veterinarians receive regarding the use of monthly flea/heartworm medications is whether topical or oral formulations should be used. And of course, like most medical decisions, the answer to this question will be based on
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How do dogs and cats get fleas?

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Despite our best efforts, most of us have dealt with fleas on our pets at some point. But why, how do our pets get fleas? Well, your pet can pick up fleas a number of ways. One of the most
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To control a flea infestation you must treat your home too

Why only treating your pet isn’t enough to get rid of a flea infestation

(By: Jennifer Simms)

At the first sign of fleas, most pet parents are quick to treat the dog or cat, but that may not be enough to solve the flea problem. It’s true that adult fleas spend most of their time on their
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Spring means flea and tick season

Control fleas and ticks now to prevent an infestation later

(By: Jennifer Simms)

In addition to more sunshine and flowers, the warmer spring weather means more pesky parasites. Flea and tick populations will be increasing as the winter chill gives way to longer, warmer days. Pet owners should make sure their dogs and
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