News — Lyme disease safety for pets
Natural Flea & Tick Solutions
Do You Know What’s in Your Flea & Tick Products? Reading the ingredients label is more important than ever to make sure the products you use are safe for your pet, and the planet. Some of the most recommended flea and tick products are made with harmful chemicals. Now, more than ever, reading the ingredient label is necessary in order to determine if the product is safe for our pet and how it can impact our environment. Many of the substances found in Flea & Tick repellant products include pesticides that can easily be transferred to humans simply by petting...
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Protecting Your Dog from Ticks & Lyme Disease
Lyme Disease in Pets Protecting your canines from ticks is a critical part of their overall wellbeing and health. The following outlines useful information for detection and prevention. For canines: The most important tick-borne diseases that affect dogs are Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Babesiosis, Bartonellosis, and Hepatozoonosis. All can have serious health consequences for dogs and many can have serious health consequences for people as well. Most cases of Lyme disease can be treated successfully with a few weeks of antibiotics. Steps to prevent Lyme disease include using flea & tick repellent, checking for and removing ticks promptly,...
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Flea & Tick Prevention: Protect Your Dog Naturally
Fleas and ticks are not only an itchy nuisance, but can transmit a number of diseases, and put your pets, and you at risk. Before heading outdoors, it's important to prepare for flea and tick season by taking precautionary measures thatprotect your pet and family. When taking these preventative steps, pet parents may mistakenly use harmful flea and tick methods. These methods include sprays with dangerous toxins, chemical-filled shampoos, and certain medications that are considered unsafe for dogs. Unfortunately, there have been many reports warning pet parents about the negative side effects of toxic flea and tick products. Certainmedications...
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