Fleas are tough to deal with. They are hard to get off your pets, and they are even harder to get out of your house! If your dog or cat has a severe infestation, they can cause some major health problems. Even a few flea bites can be a problem if your dog or cat is allergic to fleas. Use these resources to find out more about fleas, how to prevent them, and how to treat them. Please call us or come in if you have any questions about fleas or how to prevent or treat them.

Fleas can be very difficult to deal with. Keeping your pets on a regular flea prevention medicine can keep them comfortable and can keep your home flea-free.

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  • Fleas, Ticks, and Bugs – Get the basics on fleas, ticks, and other bugs that bother our pets.
  • Does My Pet Have Fleas? – Even if your dog or cat has fleas, you might not always see them! These are other signs that your pet might have fleas.
  • How Do Fleas Hurt My Pet? – The itching and scratching can drive your dog or cat crazy, but that’s not the only problem when your pet has fleas.
  • Can Fleas Hurt My Family? – Fleas are not only a problem for our four-legged family members. If there are enough fleas, they can also cause some problems for your two-legged family members!
  • How Do I Get Fleas Out Of My House? – Getting fleas out of your house can be hard. Follow these steps to get flea-free once and for all!
  • Can My Indoor Pet Get Fleas? – Even pets who never go outside can get fleas!
  • Flea Allergy – Cats and dogs can develop an allergy to fleas. It is very important to keep allergic pets on a regular flea prevention medicine.
  • Flea and Tick Prevention – Keep your pets protected from fleas and ticks!
  • Types of Flea Prevention – There are many different options for flea prevention medicines. Here are the basics. Then talk with your veterinarian about which option is best for your and your family.
  • How to Apply Topical Medicine – Many flea and tick prevention medicines are applied to your pet’s skin. Applying them the right way is important to make sure the medicine works.
  • How to Make Topical Medicines Last – Once you’ve applied the topical medicine the right way, you need to make sure that it lasts for the full 30 days.
  • Does My Pet Have Fleas – Do you think your pet might have fleas? Find out how to know for sure.
  • Can I Skip Flea Medicine in the Winter? – It might be tempting to not use flea prevention medicines in the winter, but the risk of getting fleas might not be worth it!

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