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What is the Best Flea and Tick Preventive Medication to Use

When you simply pick out what you hear from mainstream or social media about the best flea and tick preventive medicine, you might find out that it is not really the best one for your dog. What you need to do first before even soaking yourself with what is available in the market, is to consider first yourself and your pet’s lifestyle. Each pet owner has various behavioral manners towards their pet that can contribute to the decision of which option is best to pick. This includes age, breed, health status, and any current medication -all of which has be considered or brought to the attention of your vet.

However, for the sake of discussion and your initial understanding of the many different types of flea and tick preventives today, making it difficult to keep up with all of the brands, application methods, and the corresponding pros and cons of each, I believe that it is worth having a brief comprehension of these questions so that even while discussing them with your vet, you will not just simply buy what was recommended but instead to get yourself involved in a deeper and richer discussion with your vet since this concerns your beloved pet.

The most popular among flea and tick preventive as those spot on products or better known as a topical medication. This medication is applied to your pet’s skin, usually between the shoulder blades or at the base of the neck. Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes, are repelled by the ingredients it contains. The chemical is actually deposited into the dog’s skin since it spreads all over the pet’s entire body. Over several weeks’ time, this deposited chemical is then released slowly. They are very convenient to use and will continue to work even if your dog is bathed or goes swimming. Remember to allow the product to dry, and do not let kids and any other pets stay near until it has fully dried.
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Another type of flea and tick preventive is oral medication which is becoming really popular today since the process is quick unlike the topical method where it takes time to dry it up. Taking this oral medication does not really repel fleas and ticks. In other words, fleas and ticks will have to attack and bite to get the poison. However, some products not only kill fleas and ticks, they also prevent heartworm disease in dogs and even some internal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms. Vomiting and diarrhea are the only know side effects of oral fleas and tick prevention medications.
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There are also sprays you can use for tick and flea prevention which is very inexpensive. Powders are those dusted over the entire body. There are also shampoos and dips which are concentrated liquids.