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1. Dog and Cat Fleas: Pour-on Products to Kill Fleas
There are numerous treatments for fleas including pour-on, also called spot-on, medications. Pour-ons are topical medications that are applied to the skin, absorbed and work to kill fleas. Learn more.
2. Flea Control and Prevention in Dogs
The flea is a small, wingless insect that uses specialized mouth parts to pierce the skin and siphon blood. It may be small but it's big on driving you nuts. Here's how to curtail this blood-sucking, irritating mini-monster.
3. Fleas, Ticks and Worms - Recommendations for Controlling Them in Dogs
Recommendations for Controlling Worms, Fleas and Ticks by the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC).
4. Heartworm Prevention Guidelines for Dogs
Prevention of heartworm disease is simple. In most cases, a once-monthly prescription tablet, every 6 month injection or topical treatment is all that is needed.
5. Heartworm Prevention Guidelines for Dogs
Canine heartworm disease is a serious parasitic disease caused by a long, thin worm that lives in the blood vessels and heart of infected dogs. The disease is spread from dog to dog (and to cat) by mosquitoes and can be easily prevented.
6. How to Control and Prevent Fleas on Your Dog
The flea is a small, brown, wingless insect that utilizes specialized mouthparts to pierce the skin and siphon blood; the bite of a single flea can cause severe itching, scratching and the most common skin disease of dogs – flea allergy dermatitis.
7. How to Control Parasites in Your Dog
Fleas, ticks and intestinal worms – for their small size, these parasites pack a lot of misery for you and your pet. Besides driving your faithful companion crazy, they pose a hazard to pets and people.
8. How to Remove and Prevent Ticks in Dogs
Ticks are not only disgusting creatures, they also transmit various diseases. Learn how to properly remove ticks and prevent attachment.
9. How to Remove and Prevent Ticks in Your Dog
Ticks are not only disgusting creatures, they also transmit various diseases. Learn how to properly remove ticks and prevent attachment.
10. New Drug Eradicates Fleas In Hours
Fleas – the scourge of dogs and cats from time immemorial - have a new enemy that promises to eradicate them from pets within a matter of hours. Called Capstar, it starts working to kill adult fleas within 30 minutes.
 

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