We Can Help Control Pet Parasites

Parasites, both internally or externally, can inflict cats or dogs with uncomfortable symptoms such as fatigue, itchiness, or diarrhea. Medical treatment for an external or intestinal parasite problem requires treatment from a veterinarian. If you notice symptoms please let us know immediately and request an appointment.

The Signs Of Heartworm And Roundworms

Internal parasites can cause distress for pets, and medication is needed to eradicate them completely. Roundworms can be present in a pet’s body at an early age as they are transferred from mother to baby. Signs of heartworm include coughing, wheezing, and lethargy, which require medication for treatment. Cats are highly sensitive to drugs and treatment, emphasizing the importance of prevention.

Difficulties With Fleas Or Ticks

Dogs can get fleas through outdoor exposure or if someone brings them inside on their body. Fleas can quickly multiply and cause itchiness. Some pets are allergic to flea bites, and this leads to rashes or fur loss.
Ticks drain blood from the animal’s body, leading to anaemia, sluggishness, and can potentially cause Lyme disease or infection. It’s crucial to check pets for fleas and ticks immediately after spending time outdoors.

Prevention And Treatment Of Parasites

To prevent health problems caused by parasites, it is recommended to have pets checked by a veterinarian and administered treatment if necessary. Preventative measures in the form of medication can also be given to avoid external or intestinal parasites.