Flea and Tick Prevention

Chandler Gilbert Animal Hospital Offers Flea & Tick Prevention

Flea and tick infestations can be a fact of life for pets. Your pet can pick up these annoying parasites anytime they go outdoors. Fortunately, several different flea & tick prevention methods are available to fit each pet’s unique needs. At Chandler Gilbert Animal Hospital in Chandler, AZ, we can help you find the right flea & tick prevention method to protect your pet from pests.

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Why Flea & Tick Prevention Is So Important

Fleas feed on the blood of the animals they infest. They also create intense itching and discomfort from their bites. The itching and scratching can cause skin irritation, setting the scene for a variety of secondary infections that may require treatment. Ticks attach to their victims with suckers that are part of their heads. They can carry several illnesses to pets, including Lyme disease, Babesiosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and other conditions that can require extensive treatment. Flea and tick prevention methods help to prevent these problems before they even start, keeping your pet healthy and comfortable.

Your Veterinarian Can Help You Decide the Best Flea Treatment For Your Pet’s Needs

The choice of flea & tick prevention method depends on several factors, such as age of the animal, general health, lifestyle and convenience for the owner. Your veterinarian can explain the various types of prevention methods, their advantages and their disadvantages, to help you find the right method for your pet.

Choose Chandler Gilbert Animal Hospital for Your Pet’s Veterinary Care

The doctors and team at Chandler Gilbert Animal Hospital provide quality, compassionate care for their patients in Chandler, AZ and nearby communities. We offer many services for pets, including wellness exams, vaccinations, dental care, microchipping, diagnostics, surgery and cold laser therapy. Call Chandler Gilbert Animal Hospital today at (480) 895-5650 for an appointment to learn about options for flea & tick prevention to keep your pet healthy.

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