Today they are many products available to prevent internal and external parasites for dogs and cats.
Fleas and ticks are harmful, but regular use of an external treatment can stop them from harming your pets. Monthly topical treatments, or a chewable pill form are best for treating fleas and ticks. Always ask your veterinarian which type of product is best suited for your dog or cat, and stick to a regular program.
Internal parasites can cause severe reactions in our pets. Diarrhea, blood in the stool, and lack of appetite may be signs of an internal parasite. Regular treatment, every two-three months can help to eliminate internal parasites. Again, always ask your veterinarian which product is best suited for your dog or cat, and stick to a regular program.
Caution she always be used when treating your dogs and cats. ALWAYS READ THE LABELS before administering any topical or internal treatment. NEVER use a product labeled for dogs on cats. Cats are more sensitive to insecticides and can have adverse reactions to products that are safe for dogs.
Managing fleas, ticks and other parasites will keep your dog or cat healthy and avoid costly medical bills in the future.