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Here in New England, fleas and ticks are an almost unavoidable nuisance in the warmer months. However, there are many alternatives to prescription products that work incredibly well. Additionally, there are other (sometimes lesser-known) factors that make your pet a desirable host. Here are some of our best tips for preventing unwanted hitchhikers from the inside-out!
We can’t wait to get outside with warm weather right around the corner. But the warm weather also means ticks, fleas, and other pests are out. When it comes to avoiding ticks, harsh pesticide products may not be best for your pet. Instead, here are our best tips to avoid bringing those pesky hitchhikers home with you.
By now we’ve all been made aware of the risks related to heartworm. Recently, we realized that some information …
Here’s what you need to know about mosquitos in order to protect your pets from Triple E and more.
Ticks can transmit a number of harmful diseases to both pets and humans. It’s crucial for pet owners to be aware of the signs and symptoms of tick-borne diseases.
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