In order to prevent an infestation, it is advisable to avoid densely wooded areas because these can be common habitats for ticks. If your pets are often in wooded areas, it is wise to invest in anti-tick medication for pets. If your pet constantly scratches, shows signs of a skin irritation or becomes lethargic, you may have a tick infestation. If you believe that your pet may have a tick problem, contact your vet for the best method to get rid of them. Because ticks can spread, you should also check your home for the pests. Ticks prefer to live in dry, warm places near their hosts, such as bedding and furniture.
With Halloween just around the corner, its time for larger-than-life creepy, crawly creatures skittering across lawns, lurking in dark alleyways and dropping out of nowhere to frighten their hapless victims.
Keep on top of your pets’ pest potentials this spring and summer, by ensuring that your four-legged friends visit the vet for flea and tick prevention treatments or by purchasing effective topical drop treatments and ingested flea and tick products on the market.