Our cats and dogs are the joy of the family. These adorable creatures make us look forward to returning home after a long day. Unfortunately, their fluffiness is also a reason why ticks and fleas and other parasites love to call them home. A parasite infection can happen very easily and lead to many complications. There are certain precautions you can take to prevent flea or tick infections. Grooming your cats and dogs regularly will keep them clean and parasite-free.
Ensuring your pooch is tick free is a careful and meticulous task of prevention, checking, and treatment. Learn how to protect senior dogs from fleas and ticks.
Turns out Lyme disease isn’t the only tick-borne illness that can come from a walk in the woods (or in our neighbor’s situation, working in the yard). Health experts are warning that another pathogen, Powassan virus, can cause dangerous inflammation in the brain and can be transmitted to humans much faster than Lyme Disease.
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When the weather turns warm, it’s the time children get to play in the backyard and families enjoy barbecue and entertaining. However, if there is a tick infestation in your backyard, it can be dangerous for your health to spend time outdoors. Professional tick control is your best option for removing the possibility of getting […]