Flea and Tick Parasites
Ticks, fleas, and flying insects are the source of many nuisances for cats and dogs. Their bites are painful and, above all, these parasites can transmit diseases. Regular preventive treatments are necessary to avoid infestation by external parasites.
Protect your pet against fleas and ticks implies using a specific product. be careful, ticks are not insects (unlike fleas), but mites, and flea products are not all efficient against ticks.
Flea and tick products are available in many forms: shampoos, collars, pipettes, or even tablets. Some allow efficient protection for at least one month. Ask your vet for advice to choose the most appropriate form of administration for your pet.
Sandflies and Mosquitoes
To protect dogs from flying insects, it is recommended to use suitable repellents and to keep dogs indoors from twilight to morning in areas at risk. Vaccination is possible against canine leishmaniasis. Talk to your vet.