Flea & Tick Prevention

Flea & Tick Prevention

Protect your pet and family from flea and tick infestations, dermatitis secondary to allergies, and serious, sometimes fatal, infectious diseases that can be transmitted by them. Fleas and ticks are easy to prevent, and we can help. Each of our products are medically approved, safe, and guaranteed to help protect your family.

Where and when can my pet get fleas & ticks? Dogs and cats can get fleas and ticks in a variety of places — whether they go outside or not. Other animals (or even humans) can bring fleas and ticks into your home. And anytime your pet is outside, they are at risk. Wildlife such as squirrels, rabbits and raccoons all carry fleas and ticks. Fleas and ticks can live outside year-round but the worst months are spring and fall.

How and when should I prevent fleas & ticks? Because fleas and ticks can be found outside all year long, it is important that your pet is always protected. If you see signs of fleas or ticks on your pet, start treatment immediately. We offer a series of medically-approved, easy-to use products that are guaranteed to protect your pet.

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