Pet Parasite Control
The most well-known parasites that pets deal with are fleas and ticks, but there are many more.
In addition to these, other common parasites include mites, lice, heartworm and various intestinal parasites. A parasitic infection could endanger your pet’s life, in addition to making them uncomfortable and irritable. The parasites that are spread by our pets can sometimes endanger human health as well.
Fleas are infamous for being a nuisance. These insects not only irritate the skin, but also spread tapeworms, other parasites, and illnesses like cat scratch fever by dispersing bacteria. By biting our pets, mosquitoes may transmit heartworms. Tick-borne pathogens can cause Lyme disease, paralysis, anemia, and other diseases. Some parasites, like mites, can irritate an animal’s ears, causing them to scratch uncontrollably. As a result, the skin’s blood vessels may burst, resulting in a blood clot in the tissue. These are only a few examples of the parasites that our pets could contract.