Flea control for dogs

Trifexis For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

Trifexis is a medication for dogs that kills fleas and prevents infestation, prevents heartworm, and treats and prevents many kinds of worm infestations. It has a controversial history. Here’s what you should know about this drug.

by Mike Clark
July 2nd

How to Prevent and Control Fleas

Question:What do I need to do to prevent my dog from getting fleas?Answer:In some states, like California, fleas can be present all year long. They are more prolific in the dry, warm months. Flea salivia can cause cats and dogs to have an allergic response resulting in severe itching and scratching. The effect of even […]

by Kathy Gervais
March 31st, 2011

Prevent and control fleas?

Question:What do I need to do to prevent my dog from getting fleas?Answer:In some states, like California, fleas can be present all year long. They are more prolific in the dry, warm months. Flea salivia can cause cats and dogs to have an allergic response resulting in severe itching and scratching. The effect of even […]

by Kathy Gervais
March 31st, 2011

Parasite Prevention in your Pets

It is a fact that parasites of all kinds are attracted to your dog. After all, what’s not to love? Your pet provides a warm, furry environment, as well as a public transportation system for the host. In the summer, when we all spend more time outdoors, parasites tend to come out in force, hungry […]

by DogTime
February 7th, 2011

Your dog can have allergies, too

Allergies are quite common in dogs. Anything from pollen to chicken flavored treats can bring on an unpleasant reaction. Learn the symptoms and how to treat dog allergies.

by DogTime
May 31st, 2009

Which flea medication?

Question:What should I look for in a flea preventative for my dog?Answer:Fleas are small insects who live on your dog’s skin. Their bites can make your dog quite miserable. If your dog is allergic to flea saliva, a bite will result in severe itching and scratching, leading to skin inflammation, hair loss, and red irritated […]

by Kathy Gervais
April 28th, 2009
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