Fighting Fleas and Ticks in Dogs

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Tick and Flea Control

While flea and tick infestations are irritating, they can also be a health concern for your dog. Fleas can cause skin allergies and anemia, and can transmit tapeworms. Ticks can transmit Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever, as well as other diseases. Learn everything you need to know about protecting your dog, your home and your family from fleas and ticks. 

All About Dog Ticks and Fleas
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Fight Fleas Infographic
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Flea Allergy Dermatitis

Learn the symptoms of this ailment and how to protect your dog from it.

Retreat, Fleas!

We're better armed than ever for the Battle of the Bug. Learn how to keep your pet—and your home—free of fleas

Flea Prevention Dos and Don'ts

Maximize the effectiveness of your dog's flea treatment.

Natural Allies Against Pests

Learn how to fight fleas and ticks naturally.

Make Safety a Priority When Fighting Fleas

You have two strategies for treating your dog in the ongoing battle with fleas: topical or systemic remedies.

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8 Facts to Fight Fleas and Ticks

Arm yourself to keep your dog pest-free.

Controlling Fleas, Ticks, and Heartworm

Success lies in understanding the life cycle of parasites, and how active ingredients work.

Flea Wars

How to prevent flea infestations.

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