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Fleas

When your pet gets infested with fleas, they can do more than just irritate your dog or cat’s skin, they can also transmit diseases to pets and people. Once fleas enter your home and your pet’s environment, their 4-stage breeding cycle can take hold, making it very difficult to get rid of them! Here’s how to break the flea life cycle and prevent these unwanted visitors from infesting your pet and home.

Ticks

There are two types of ticks in Australia that can affect your pet – the very dangerous paralysis tick, and the brown dog tick. Both types can cause death in dogs or cats, so it’s vital that your pet is regularly guarded against these nasty parasites. Here’s all the info you need to keep your pet safe.

 

Heartworm

Heartworm disease, caused by heartworms, can be fatal if left undiagnosed or untreated. Even when it is diagnosed, treating heartworm disease is not without risks. That’s why preventing heartworm disease in your dog is so important – here are the facts.

Intestinal Worms

There are 4 types of intestinal worms that can affect your pet – hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and whipworms (dogs only). Some of these worms can be a danger to people too. Puppies and kittens can be infected from their mother before birth or shortly thereafter, so prevention is essential for the health of your pet, other animals around them, and your family. Here’s how to protect against intestinal worms.

To make sure you remember to treat for fleas, ticks and worms all year round, download the FRONTLINE PET CHECK app or sign up for SMS and email reminders. That way, you’ll never miss a treatment.

 

To make sure you remember to treat for fleas, ticks and worms all year round, download the FRONTLINE PET CHECK app or sign up for SMS and email reminders. That way, you’ll never miss a treatment.