An Ounce of Flea Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
Insects thrive in warm weather, especially the dreaded fleas. How do you tell if your pet is infested with fleas?
Generally the little varmits are visible both on your pet and in your rugs. Your pet will do a lot of intensive scratching.
Some will suffer from severe and prolonged itching from flea bites resulting in hair loss, redness and hot spots. Flea shampoos remove fleas currently feasting on your pet, but won't prevent future infestations.
As always the best treatment is preventive. Don't mix your cat and dog flea treatments. They are not interchangeable--the dog dose is too high, and it can kill your cat. The Frontline products handle fleas and ticks.
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Posted by Molly & Jessie at June 27, 2012 1:35 AM