Spring is just around the corner and as the days are getting longer, now's the time to ensure your pet is up to date with flea prevention!
Eggs that were previously laid by fleas may have been lying dormant over the cooler winter months but as soon as we get some warmer days those eggs will hatch. This will lead to an emergence of fleas and lots of itchy pets!
Treat now to prevent these pesky little creatures from bothering your pet. The saliva from their bites can set off a nasty reaction in your pet's skin leading to flea allergy dermatitis weeks after the bite. This often requires antibiotics and medication to break the itch cycle which is costly and time consuming. As in most cases, prevention is easier than the treatment!