Monthly Archives: August 2023
August 21, 2023
A flea will bite a dog, consume some of its blood, and then deposit small eggs in the dog's fur. These are then scattered around the house.
Fleas can survive for up to three months and lay hundreds or even thousands of eggs. The eggs will hatch into larvae, which will subsequently evolve into adult fleas ready to bite and lay more eggs.
This cycle will continue, and dwellings can quickly become infested with fleas, eggs, and larvae. Fleas can also transmit tapeworms.
Flea bites can be painful and unpleasant for both pets and people. Rashes and skin disorders in dogs can occur as a result of scratching. They can also be allergic to flea saliva, causing their skin to become inflamed and irritated. This can be quite upsetting for both the dog and the owner.
Fleas can also cause serious medical
August 01, 2023
There is a misconception that you only need to treat cats for fleas if they have them. However, you should treat your cat regularly to help prevent fleas. Treat your cat on the same day each month to ensure continuous coverage.
Fleas are an uncomfortable inconvenience but they can also cause serious health conditions if your cat becomes infested. These include tapeworm, anaemia and dermatitis to name a few common diseases caused by fleas.
A flea infestation can take over your home and be very difficult to get rid of. Fleas can also cause people to have unwanted health conditions too. Luckily, there are many effective treatments to help combat fleas on your cat and in your home.
We will look at how to spot your cat has fleas and the ways to prevent and get rid of the pesky parasites.