Flea and Tick ControlWritten by Mark Woodcock
No matter where you live, including cities and rural areas, your pets can be subjected to irritating flea and tick bites and Lyme disease, potentially fatal disease caused by tick and flea bites. Not only will fleas cause discomfort to your pets, but they can also invade your home, propagating in carpets, bedding and furniture, and WILL bite you, causing severe itching and swelling.
Flea Control repellants are also sold in liquid form and are usually applied between shoulder blades. Be warned that over use can cause vomiting and neurological problems in dogs.
Many Flea Control products are availabe for treatment of flea and tick infestation. All products have advantages and disadvantages and may/ may not be safe to use with other Flea Control products.
Advantage Flea ControlWritten by Mark Woodcock
As a pet owner I'm sure you'd be frustrated at sight of your pet scratching and suffering from fleas. If you look into veterinary arsenal you will see that there are a number of products that help you fight war against fleas. Of all these products, nothing kills fleas faster than Advantage which is a topical solution containing imidacloprid. As in popular commercials with singing pets, Advantage keeps your dog or cat flea free and therefore happy. In fact, because Advantage kills fleas so well, it has been referred to as flea specialist.
Advantage should be THE weapon of choice for all pet owners in battle against fleas. Veterinarians and pet owners alike trust Advantage, and in turn have made it most preferred flea control product in United States, for one reason and one reason only, it kills fleas fast.
Advantage has label claim that it kills 98-100 percent of fleas within 12 hours. Advantage also kills 100 per cent of re-infesting fleas within two hours. Advantage destroys nerves and muscles of flea within 10 to 25 minutes and within hour all fleas will be dead. Advantage is a topical solution which localizes lipid layer of skin on animal where it remains effective even after bathing or repeated water exposure.