Pet Flea Prevention and Control
Fleas are little blood suckers that can cause problems not only for your pet but for you and your home as well. Hot spots, dermatitis, tapeworm, and anemia are some of the risks a pet faces when they are infested with fleas. An adult female flea can lay up to 40 eggs per day and once they are in your home, eradicating them can be a tedious proposition. Your best bet is to prevent your pet from getting them in the first place.
Dogs and cats can share the same fleas and these pests can travel from one animal to another, so it’s important that all the pets in your household are on flea prevention. Successful flea control will include treating your pets, their living areas, and your household.