When it comes to keeping fleas and ticks off your pets, you’re faced with the same old problem. How can you balance the risks posed by insects with the risks of the repellents? When you treat your animals for fleas and ticks, they may not be the only ones affected. If your dog rubs his brand-new flea collar all over your couch, the whole family could wind up exposed.
It is important to mention that some worms (tapeworms) enter your pets through fleas. So to stop your dog or cat from contracting tapeworms you should also provide them with effective flea prevention treatment.
There are a lot of flea treatments available today, but not all of them are suitable for all animals.
At Vets24 Clinic we can advise you on which treatment is most suitable for your pet’s species, breed and size and actual needs.