Flea Control: Tips to Make Your Dog Flea Free

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Keep your dogs free of fleas by understanding the life cycle. It is very important to treat. Protecting your dog is easy as well. Many good flea and tick products are on the budgetvetcare to help you and your dog deal with these parasites.


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https://www.budgetvetcare.com Page 1 Flea Control: Tips to Make Your Dog flea Free Fleas – the blood sucking parasites have long taken the cause of adding discomfort to your pet’s life. Continuous itching scratching licking are few symptoms which indicates the presence of fleas on a pet’s body. A furry pal dealing with such symptoms need to be first relieved from fleas through flea preventives followed by monthly treatments for year round protection. Absence of appropriate flea control measures would make a dog vulnerable to major skin infections like Flea Allergy Dermatitis. In addition the continuous sucking of a pet’s blood by these parasites will make the pet anaemic and thus put him into life-threatening condition. The menace of fleas has largely troubled our furry pals. Not to mention when they are seen scratching their bodies mindlessly out of itching sensation caused by flea saliva it is a pity. The only effective way to deal with fleas is to follow a flea control strategy that treats the pet and the environment. Let’s get started and pay heed to below details for complete flea elimination

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https://www.budgetvetcare.com Page 2 Flea Infestation- Symptoms As a pet parent you can easily figure out whether your pet or home is flea infested or not. The traces of fleas in the form of flea dirt can be seen on your dog’s fur. A flea comb can help you identify the presence of fleas on your pet’s skin. Besides a flea-infested pet may show the following symptoms • Srathig • Ithig • Likig • Hair loss seere flea prole • Flea Allerg Deratitis If ot treated on time Carpets furniture in house provides safe breeding ground for fleas. A magnifying glass would help you see flea eggs and larvae around these places. Therefore indicating the existence of flea life cycle in your home. Action Plan 1- Treating the Pet ’s Environment • Thoroughl auu our house. Clea all parts of the house ad ites ith hot water for best results • Vauu arpets furiture et • Wash our pet’ s bedding and his personal items • Use arpet spra to get ri d of fleas hiding under the carpets • Disrupt flea life le eistig i our hoe usig a foggier • For outdoor area use isetiides to eliiate fleas preset i the ard zone

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https://www.budgetvetcare.com Page 3 Action Plan 2- Treating the Pet • The fleas preset o the pet can be eliminated by using flea preventives • These flea control products are both available as oral treatments as well as spot on treatments • Capstar is one such oral treatment that kills fleas in a very small amount of time • Spot o flea treatets are the first hoie aog pet parets to reliee their pets from fleas. Some of these products are Frontline Plus Advantage Advocate etc. • Beside aoe produts ollars suh as Preventic Tick Control Collar can be used alongside with other flea treatments to protect your lovable companion from ticks and fleas hiding in bushes grass etc • To esure o loopholes o our part i this fight agaist fleas osult our vet get updated on your pet’s health and follow vet advice to improve the overall well-being of your furry pal

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https://www.budgetvetcare.com Page 4 The life cycle of a flea goes through egg larvae pupae and adult. A pet is a host to adult flea. As a pet parent pay attention to this detail. Disrupt the flea life cycle that is finding safe haven in your home by treating the environment. Eliminate the remaining fleas that are sucking your pet’s blood by using flea treatments. At the same time do not allow your pet to come in contact with other infested dogs. Be more vigilant in warm conditions and continue visiting vet regularly to receive useful insights to tackle fleas and other pet health issues.

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