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Dog Fleas

…and oral medications. These help to kill fleas already present and to prevent further fleas from taking up residence in your pets coat. Among the effective treatments available are homeopathic remedies that help to put an end to your dogs flea infestation and also provide relief from itchiness, irritation, and other annoying symptoms. Such products provide an all-natural alternative to chemically-based flea control products. Homeopathic remedies…

Cat Flea Allergy Dermatitis

…severe the flea allergy is, as sensitive cats have a good chance of other allergies too.Treatments The treatment used will be to prevent any future contact with fleas (which can be at times rather difficult). There are two main types of treatment options:Treatment For The Cat There are a series of both topical and oral medications to treat flea infestation in cats. The ones with the best results are adulticides to kill the adult fleas and an IGR…

Cat Pyrethoid Poisoning

That Cat Fleas and tick treatment you are using on your dog or cat to keep them from being infested by these pests may literally be killing your cat. Many household insecticides, pet shampoos, sprays, dusts and spot-on flea and tick products contain Pyrethrin or its chemical counterpart Pyrethoid, which can literally poison felines. This type of poisoning is called Pyrethoid poisoning and can be dangerous and even deadly to your cat.What…

Dog Dandruff

…consultation. In addition to that it would be a good idea to spray your canines hind quarters with an appropriate flea-killing substance for at least two weeks during the treatment. Most product can help with dandruff by killing fleas and . This is not a condition that you want to ignore by any means. If it is left to fester it could cause serious issues for your dog, the least of which is discomfort. If left for too long it could even make your…

Dog Bug Bites

flea bites will likely require specialized treatment. This is due to the fact that the presence of flea bites usually means that a dog is carrying many of these pesky bugs in its coat. Therefore, simply treating the irritating symptoms of the actual bites will not put an end to the problem, as fleas will continue to bite and bother your pet. As a result, a dog suffering from fleas may require anti-flea medication that will either kill the fleas

Cat Bug Bites

…a reaction is particularly severe, or where fleas are involved. Simply treating the irritation caused by flea bites is not enough to solve your cats problem, as the fleas will likely be living in your cats fur and will continue to bite and trouble your pet. As result, anti-flea treatment may be required in order to kill the fleas and their eggs. This is especially true when a cat suffers from flea allergies. In such circumstances, if the problem…

Dog Ear Mites

…involve the use of certain drugs, either by prescription or those that are freely available. There are several over-the-counter medications which will kill ear mites, including medications used for killing ticks and fleas. Many of these pharmaceuticals contain insecticides which will not kill the mites incubating eggs. Therefore, such treatments must continue for at least three or four weeks in order to get rid of all of the insects. Other…

Cat Distemper

…cat’s immune system.Prevention and Control The most effective way of preventing Feline Panleukopenia is through vaccination. There are two basic types of vaccines – killed virus vaccines and modified live vaccines. Modified live vaccines work faster and are more effective. Killed virus vaccines are ideal for pregnant cats and kittens under 4 weeks. Disinfect surfaces and dishes using a dilution of household bleach to keep the cats’ environment…

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