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Fleas and Ticks are among the most prevalent health threats to dogs. With all of the different flea and tick medications out there, from topical and collars to flea pills for dogs, it can be a bit overwhelming. Here are 3 types of flea and tick medications compared side-by-side to make it easier to decide which one is right for you and your dog.
Genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are becoming incredibly common but also coming under lots of scrutiny. What do these ingredients mean for pet food, and pet health?
Maybe one of the reasons dogs are considered man's best friend is that they seem to fall victim to many of the same ailments as pet parents. Dry skin is very common in dogs for many different reasons. Learn here what could be making your dog twitch and itch.
It's important to learn the difference between what a flea bite looks like and itchy red spots that can be caused by other pests. So, rather than scratching your head wondering what do flea bites look like, find out here.
Dogs itch and scratch on a daily basis. However, if you've noticed your dog scratching and licking more often than usual, it may be due to allergies. Find out the different type of allergies out there that could be plaguing your dog, and treatment options available.
Bulldogs are a pretty low maintenance dog breed. Learn how to clean your pet's wrinkles here.
Hookworms are an intestinal parasite with a wide range of symptoms, ranging from severe to subtle. Protect your pet and learn more here.
Insect parasites or allergies can cause a sensation that leaves pets with an uncontrollable desire to scratch; this is referred to as pruritus. Learn how to help your pet if pruritus strikes here.
Just like us, dogs can get allergies, and for myriad reasons. It could be something in the food they're eating, seasonal irritants like pollen, or a reaction to fleas. Find out how to treat these allergic reactions.
Do you really need flea and tick protection for your pet? Yes! Find out why.
Just because they're covered head to paw in fur doesn’t mean that cats don’t suffer from the occasional skin condition. Whether it's caused by weather, stress, fleas, or something else, many of the symptoms of cat skin problems are universal.
Fleas and ticks threaten the health of both you and your pet. To understand the risks and how to battle them, read more here.
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