Parasite Control and Prevention for Pets

To make sure your pet is healthy and protected against ticks, fleas and parasites, prevention is key. An infestation from any of the above can be very dangerous for your pet’s comfort and health and lead to severe lethal conditions like Lyme disease and rabies, which can be transmitted to humans. Please ask us for advice on which parasite prevention is fitted for your pet’s lifestyle. We will discuss options and the variety of products that can be administrated to your pet.

Does pets need parasite control and prevention all year long?

Yes. Most people think parasite prevention is only during the summer, but fleas and ticks control need to be considered throughout the year. Flea can survive even during the cold times of the year, and if they enter your warm home, adult fleas can multiply. There are multiple kinds of parasite prevention therapies that your pet should be on at any time of the year to make sure they stay healthy. We recommend deworming at least 4 times a year. Please contact us if you have any questions and to schedule your appointment for your furry family member.

What are the signs that pets have fleas, ticks or other parasites?

The following symptoms are the most common. If your pet shows any of these, please contact us quickly so we can address the issue. If left unattended, parasites can cause damage to your pet’s health.

  • Coughing or difficulty breathing
  • Diarrhea
  • Hair loss and dry skin
  • Itching and scratching
  • Loss of appetite
  • Protruding lumps
  • Red bumps
  • Vomiting

    Does indoor pets need parasite control and prevention?

    Absolutely. Even if your pet spends most of his time indoors, he can still be exposed to harmful parasites. Parasite can still make their way into your home through other animals, people and you as you go in and out of your home.

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