Take the bite out of fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes.
Lynn M. Hayner
Geri Y. experienced the full impact of fleas when her 5-year-old Labrador Retriever Brandy brought them into her Illinois home.
“The infestation was so awful. We had to flea bomb our cars and garage, as well as our house,” Geri says. “Brandy had to be treated not only for fleas, but also for an allergic reaction to the bites and hot spots that resulted from her constant licking of the irritated bites.”
From New York to Nevada, California to Connecticut, mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks plague our dogs. Beyond annoyance, these small but formidable creatures, found in all regions, can also transmit potentially life-threatening diseases. Luckily our prevention arsenal is well-equipped.
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