As a dog owner, it's important to know about the different types of worms and their potential effects on your dog's health. Humans can become infected too, so keeping your dog parasite-free is truly important.
Dogs are constantly exposed to fleas, ticks and mosquitoes.
If you own a dog, you may experience a flea problem at some point. What you don’t know about fleas could harm you and your pet. Get the facts and keep your pet and home safe.
Ticks are parasites that will attach to both your dog as well as you. Like the flea, ticks must take a blood meal to survive. Here are some tick facts that will help you understand how to protect yourself and your dog.
Recent data shows that tick populations are on the rise.
Fleas are the most common external parasite that
can affect your dog.
This annoying parasite can pose real dangers to your dog’s health.
Mosquitoes are a primary cause of heartworm in dogs.
Symptoms your pet may exhibit if infected with a tick-borne disease.
An important step in flea control is dealing with the infestations themselves. Here’s how to get rid of fleas in your pet’s skin and hair.
Flea control doesn’t just mean treating your dog. Flea treatments for your home and yard are just as essential in keeping parasites in check.