Flea & Tick Control
Important to help ensure a long and healthy relationship with your pet. Some of the diseases that fleas and ticks can transmit from animals to humans (zoonotic diseases) include plague, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and others. That's why it's critical to protect your pets from these pesky parasites and keep the creepy crawlies out of your home.
Parasite prevention is an integral part of taking good care of your cat or dog. Parasites also pose a threat to human health, as some pet parasites cause zoonotic infections, which means they can be transferred from pets to people. Tips to Protect Pets from Internal Parasites; Consult your veterinarian, watch for signs of illness, give your pet preventive medications, keep your yard free of fecal matter, have your veterinarian do a regular fecal check, don’t let your dog eat feces, don’t let your pet drink standing water.
Fleas, ticks and other parasites can not only be harmful to your pet, but to you as well. Learn more about how preventative steps and certain treatments can keep your loved ones safe.
Heartworm disease is a very serious parasitic disease that has the potential to be fatal for your dog if he is not treated quickly. This parasite is a worm that can grow up to a foot long and lives inside the heart, lungs, and associated blood vessels of an infected animal where it will reproduce over and over. Prevention kills only early-stage larvae and microfilariae. Therefore, it is important to get regular testing and give your dog heartworm prevention every month.