Flea and Ticks prevention for dogs

Posted by Rachel Long on

Ticks are parasitic creatures that append themselves by mouth to the skin of canines, felines, and different warm blooded animals. These parasites feast upon the blood of their hosts and can bring about toxicosis or extreme touchiness, and sometimes blood misfortune paleness. Ticks can likewise be transmitters of bacterial or viral sicknesses. The skin, the lymphatic and resistant frameworks, and the sensory systems, can be adversely influenced if gone untreated. Ticks come in four stages: egg, larvae, nymph, and adult.


Ticks may be obviously present on the skin of the dog, particularly as they develop. Ticks have a hard upheld shield and can be felt as small lumps during a touch examination of the skin, or during regular petting. There may additionally be other symptoms present if a tick borne sickness creates.


Ticks are attracted to our pet dogs for the warmth, the presence of carbon dioxide on the dog's skin, and other related smells that the dog gives off. Our pet dogs acquire ticks by being in direct physical contact with environments that harbor ticks (e.g., grassy areas and even wooded areas).


The skin of our pet dogs will be examined to search for ticks or tick feeding cavities, and research facility tests will be requested to review the blood for blood borne sicknesses or other tick related diseases that may have started to develop.
Do note that without proper flea and tick prevention in dogs, it may lead to tick fever in our pets, which may have disastrous results and it may, in some occasions, lead to death in pets dogs. 
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