Flea Medicine

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Although there are a number of different flea treatments available on the market today that can be bought over the counter some pet owner still prefer to use flea medicine.

Flea medicine is available in pill or tablet form that is given to your pet orally or you may prefer the spray or spot on type where you spray it straight onto your pets skin surface so that it can be absorbed through the skin. Most pet owners still choose this form of treatment due to its proven effectiveness.

Flea medication differs in the way it treats fleas on your pet and the way it is given to your pet. Some treatments also treat other parasites e.g. fleas, ear mites, and ticks they also attack fleas at different stages of there life-cycle i.e. the egg, larvae, cocoon or fully grown adult stage. The thing to remember is that killing the adult fleas alone will not solve the problem as the already laid eggs will still hatch and your pet will soon be re infested.
 


Flea medication differs in the way it treats fleas on your pet and the way it is given to your pet. Some treatments also treat other parasites e.g. fleas, ear mites, and ticks they also attack fleas at different stages of there life-cycle i.e. the egg, larvae, cocoon or fully grown adult stage. The thing to remember is that killing the adult fleas alone will not solve the problem as the already laid eggs will still hatch and your pet will soon be re infested.


Before using any type of flea medication you should be certain that your pet does have fleas. It is easy just to presume that your pet has fleas just because you have seen them scratching but this is not always the case so you must be certain. Other causes of your pat scratching could be down to food allergies so you will need to check all possibilities.

Before you start using flea medication you must be sure that your pet is in good health. Your pet must not be too over weight or too under weight and must not be suffering with any other condition at the time you wish to use flea medication. If your pet is in good health and you choose to start using flea medicine then it is best to find a flea medicine that suits your pet and you then stick to the same kind each time you need to treat your pet for fleas. To get the best results by using the flea treatment you must only give your pet the recommended dose and you must never overdose as this could be harmful to your pet. By giving your pet more than required will not make the treatment work any quicker or be more effective.

Once you have started treating your pet then it is best to keep a close eye on them to make sure they don't have a reaction to the treatment. Sometimes flea treatments can make your pet unwell and may cause vomiting, diarrhoea, seizures or breathlessness, so be sure to monitor them and contact the vet if you think your pet has become unwell.

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