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Os 5 principais métodos para combater carrapatos e pulgas

by james on 27 Jan 2023
Top 5 Methods for Fighting Ticks and Fleas   Have ticks and fleas got you down? Having trouble keeping them away from your pets or your house? Would you like some free veterinary guidance on how to permanently get rid of fleas and ticks?   Here are my top five suggestions for overcoming flea and tick infestations.   1. Use products that are effective in killing fleas and ticks quickly.   Today, both over-the-counter and prescription flea and tick prevention medications are widely available, but how can you know which dog flea and tick control is the best?   Three important things should be considered when selecting a flea and tick prevention product:   Good lingering activities (which means it keeps killing fleas and ticks over time) Quick and effective eradication Heightened safety   Isoxazolines   Isoxazolines, such as Simparica, NexGard, and Bravecto, are the current flea and tick treatments available for dogs that I advise. All of these prescription medications to combat flea and tick infestations are only accessible with a prescription from your veterinarian.   Within two to four hours, isoxazolines begin killing fleas and ticks, and they continue to do so for weeks.   Simparica and NexGard are available as chewable tablets and are intended for monthly dosing. Bravecto is available as a chewable tablet and a topical solution, and its label calls for dosage every 12 weeks (or three months).   Isoxazolines may have negative neurological effects, according to a warning the FDA issued last year, but most animals are still thought to be safe from these medications. Always seek your veterinarian's advice on the top flea and tick remedies for your particular pet.   Spinosad   Pet owners also have the choice of prescription flea and tick medications like Comfortis, which employ spinosad.   The chewable tablet form of these prescription flea and tick preventatives is also given monthly. Both dogs and cats can use flea and tick preventatives containing spinosad.   The fact that spinosad treatments kill fleas quickly—within 30 minutes—is one of their main advantages. But are dog flea medications safe? Vomiting is a frequent side effect of spinosad flea and tick products. For this reason, it is advised to take the tablet with food.   Imidacloprid and Flumethrin   Dog and cat flea and tick collars may be preferred by certain pet parents. In order to protect dogs and cats from fleas and ticks for up to eight months, Seresto sells flea and tick collars that combine imidacloprid and flumethrin.   The eight-month lifespan and ease of upkeep of these flea and tick collars are advantages. Additionally, gloves are not required to be used when handling the collars.   But this might not be your best choice if you like to take your dog swimming. According to the manufacturer, Seresto's ability to control fleas is lowered to five months for dogs who swim more frequently than once per month, while its ability to control ticks is reduced to seven months.   As you can see, the options are plentiful. Your local veterinarian is the best source for information in your area because they can advise you on what works and what doesn't.     2. Select a tick-and-flea prevention method that eliminates all stages of the flea life cycle.   It is not sufficient to only eliminate adult fleas; you must also prevent their reproduction. Given the brief flea life cycle, it makes sense to choose flea and tick treatment that can eliminate fleas at all stages of development.   In as little as 48 hours after feeding on a pet, a flea can begin laying 40–50 eggs every day.   If you have a severe flea infestation, you'll want to know what rapidly kills fleas on dogs. You'll need a flea and tick preventative in this situation that also kills flea eggs and inhibits the development of fleas in their larval and pupal stages.   Products containing lufenuron, such as Sentinel, are a suitable option for dogs. Flea larvae cannot develop into adult fleas because lufenuron stops their growth.   However, if your pet has a flea infestation, see your veterinarian to determine the best course of action.   3. Provide Care for All Household Pets   You must tackle each active host and potential host of the fleas to stop a reinfestation. This entails treating each pet you have inside your home with the same care you give it.   Even after treating the dog, the cat can still have fleas that might re-infest your home and dog. It is best to treat all household pets, even if you only notice fleas on one of them.     4. Locate flea dens and treat them right away.   Your pet may occasionally acquire fleas if he wanders into or through a flea den. When a flea-infested animal remains in one location, such as on a pile of leaves or beneath a porch, a flea den forms. Fleas and their eggs fall off onto the ground as the animal sleeps.   Your dog or cat will naturally be interested in these regions since they smell intriguing. If your dog or cat comes upon one, they might investigate and come home with fleas.   5. Use a vacuum cleaner to combat flea infestations in your home   Flea eggs have found their way into and around your home if a pet in your house has been struggling with a flea infestation. Flea eggs are shed by their hosts when they move, and as a result, they wind up in your carpets, furniture, and upholstery.   According to one study, vacuuming can be an efficient approach to gather and eliminate fleas in your house at every life cycle, regardless of the type of vacuum you use. Additionally, vacuum your pet's bedding, carriers, and any other resting areas.

How Did Fleas and Ticks Get on My Dog?

by james on 24 Jan 2023
How Did Fleas and Ticks Get on My Dog? The likelihood that you are a dog owner coping with a flea infestation for the first time is high if you have taken great care to prevent fleas. Your dog has these bothersome insects now despite your best attempts, which is unfortunate. Even if your dog stays close to home, fleas and ticks can find a way into your home and onto your pets despite the fact that you have preventative measures in place. A small number of fleas in your yard is all it takes to start an extensive infestation that affects your home, pet, and yard. Other Animals Unfortunately, even a towering fence won't be able to keep every wild animal out of your yard. Squirrels, raccoons, and other tiny rodents will find a way into your yard, bringing fleas and ticks with them because no yard is an island unto itself. The likelihood that an infestation will travel on the back of another animal increases the more visitors you have to your yard. Additionally, feral cats that wander your land might spread ticks and fleas. This is one reason why you shouldn't leave out treats like corn, nuts, and seeds to tempt wild creatures into your dog's territory. When your dog is outside, even a bowl of water can be left out. Human Transportation Additionally, you and the people who visit you could unknowingly carry fleas and ticks. Anyone entering your home could bring fleas with them. Without the person's knowledge, they can be brought in from their own house or pet. It's simple for some fleas and ticks to travel on your pants leg, socks, shoes, etc. if you enjoy hiking in locations where they are common. In order to find their next blood meal, these parasites are well-adapted to figuring out how to adhere to potential hosts. Outside the Home Every time your pet ventures outside, whether it's for quick walks around the block, play dates at the neighborhood dog park, a trip to the vet, a stay at the boarding kennel, a trip to the groomer, a ride in the car, etc., she opens herself up to the possibility of fleas and ticks boarding. After a pleasant walk in the woods or a trip to the lake, you may be extremely careful to inspect your dog for ticks, but ticks (and fleas) are skilled at hiding and will discover the furriest locations in the most obscure crevices of your pet's skin. Pay great attention to the arm "pits," the tummy, and the fur on the neck. Be Pro-active You must exercise extra caution during the peak flea and tick season, which is normally the warm-weather months from spring through early autumn, because fleas and ticks are so skilled at what they do (in the southern states, flea and tick season can be all year long). If you see even one or two insects on your dog, take action right once to prevent an infestation. Consult your veterinarian for guidance on the best preventive medications and the safest ways to administer them if your dog is extremely young or old, or if she has any underlying medical conditions. Your veterinarian will be able to explain to you how to administer these drugs safely and will be able to advise you on the ideal dosage based on the age and weight of your dog. If you identify the issue fast enough, you might be able to start with natural remedies rather than chemical ones. Landscaping that deters pests is one way. It is worthwhile to try anti-pest landscaping because there are some plants that are known for their ability to repel fleas outside. However, when treating the yard and perimeter, it is frequently simpler and more efficient to employ chemical insecticides and repellants, especially when dealing with an infestation that is already well underway. If you do already have a flea and tick problem, you may wish to employ the tried and true chemical treatments for this season so that you may relax and enjoy the rest of the season without having to rely on flea-repelling landscaping. Starting early and preventing the spread of parasites is far simpler than trying to get rid of them once they have established themselves in your home and on your dog.

How Did My Cat Get Fleas and/or Ticks?

by james on 17 Jan 2023
How Did Fleas and Ticks Get on My Cat? You might be shocked to learn that your cat has been infected with these bothersome insects if you've never had to deal with a flea infestation before. Even if your cat stays close to home, fleas and ticks will still find a way to enter your house and attach themselves to your cat. Just a few fleas are all it takes to build a flea infestation in your yard, home, and pet, and it takes them no time at all to do it. Other Animals Unfortunately, no yard is an island, and there is no way to keep all wild animals out of your yard. Squirrels, raccoons, and other tiny rodents will find ways to enter your yard despite a towering fence (even an electrified, barbed wire fence! ), bringing fleas and ticks with them. The likelihood that an infestation will travel on the back of another animal increases the more visitors you have to your yard. Additionally, feral cats that wander your land might spread ticks and fleas. This is one justification for not leaving out treats like corn, nuts, and seeds to tempt wild creatures away from your cat's environment. Particularly cats enjoy perching on window sills to observe their surroundings, but even screened windows that are left open might allow fleas and ticks to enter the home. Human Transportation Additionally, you and the people who visit you could unknowingly carry fleas and ticks. Anyone entering your home could bring fleas with them. Without the visitor's awareness, they can be brought in from their own house or pet. It's simple for some fleas and ticks to travel on your pants leg, socks, shoes, etc. if you enjoy hiking in locations where they are common. In order to find their next blood meal, these parasites are well-adapted to figuring out how to adhere to potential hosts. Outside the Home Every time your pet ventures outside, whether it is for a trip to the vet, a stay at a boarding kennel, a trip to the groomer, a ride in the car, etc., there is a chance that fleas and ticks will board. If your cat spends even a brief amount of time outside in a grassy area where you reside, be sure to look through his fur for any ticks that may have climbed on. Ticks (and fleas) can conceal themselves well and will seek out the furriest areas in the skin's deepest cracks on your cat. Pay great attention to the arm "pits," the tummy, and the fur on the neck. Be Pro-active   You must exercise extra caution during the peak flea and tick season, which is typically the warm-weather months from spring through early autumn, because fleas and ticks are so skilled at what they do. If you see even one or two insects on your cat, take action right once to prevent an infestation. Consult with your veterinarian for guidance on the best preventive medications and the safest ways to administer them if your cat is extremely young or old, or if he has any underlying medical conditions. Your veterinarian will be able to explain how to use these medications correctly and provide the ideal dosage based on the age and weight of your cat. If you identify the issue fast enough, you might be able to start with natural remedies rather than chemical ones. It is worthwhile to try anti-pest landscaping because there are some plants that are known for their ability to repel fleas outside. However, when treating the yard and perimeter, it is frequently simpler and more efficient to employ chemical insecticides and repellants, especially when dealing with an infestation that is already well underway. If you do already have a flea and tick problem, you may wish to apply chemical treatments that have been proven and true this year so that you may relax and enjoy the rest of the season without having to rely on flea-repelling landscaping. Starting early and preventing the spread of parasites is far simpler than trying to get rid of them once they have established themselves in your home and on your pet.