Flea, Tick and Worming

Tired of these pesky pests? You’re not alone! Let’s take a look at how your dog can get fleas and ticks, as well as the trouble they cause. When your pet has been infested by certain other pets or wild animals, it is possible for them to contract either fleas or ticks from being in close proximity with one another. After a dog becomes a tick or flea host, they can suffer some health risks, ranging from minor irritations to potentially deadly diseases.

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Fleas can be a problem for your puppy, and it’s important to take care of the issue quickly. You have two choices when selecting a flea treatment: oral or topical medication. Oral medications are taken by pill form; they go through your dog’s system and kill any roaming parasites on their way out in his poop. Topical treatments are applied directly to skin with an applicator like a spot-on ointment that goes straight into the bloodstream via absorption from fur follicles (hairs). These products come as either oils or water-based liquids which spread over large areas of surface area so you don’t need much at all!