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Pointers for Effective and Safe Flea Treatment Application More than likely, your pet is on a monthly flea and tick protection practice. No matter what many owners think, indoor pets also have to be placed on a preventive routine. Even if your pet hates sitting still, putting on flea medication should not be too difficult. But there are a few tips that can help you with the task. Before anything else, whatever type of medication you give to your pet, ensure that you read and follow the instructions meticulously! If your pet is pregnant or sick, check with your vet prior to applying the medicine. If your vet is not available, then talk to the product’s manufacturer. Pets with compromised immune systems must be treated with extra care. When dealing with medication, never separate the product from the box or at least the label. Many pet owners buy flea medications good for six months so that they don’t need to go back to the vet office on a monthly. And that is perfectly okay! But you have to keep the whole supply inside the box, so when there’s an emergency or if you need to clear something up, you can just look at the label. It is somewhat easier to use medication on a dog than on a cat; dogs wouldn’t normally fuss about it. However, a dog tends to roll around more than a cat, so if the medication hasn’t fully soaked in, it may not be as effective as it can be. That’s why before bedtime is the best time to give your dog flea medication. By this time, he should be less active. Most probably, the manufacturer will have make some recommendations which you can read on the label. Again, spend time reviewing these and other directions so you don’t only protect your pet, but get the full effect of the medication as well.
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If you are doing everything as instructed and yet you’re still having issues with fleas, then you should go a step further than your pet. Check your house and yard for flea infestations. After applying the medication, vacuum the whole area to eliminate the fleas or at least reduce their number. Call your vet and seek advice on how to kill fleas in your home. If nothing ever works, you can contact a pest control company.
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Applying flea medicine is simple, and you won’t actually need the help of a veterinarian. The idea is to read instructions. If you do, there’s no reason you won’t be able to do it correctly. Of course, if you’re not very sure about something, you can always call the veterinarian or the manufacturer of the product. They’re usually more than happy to give assistance.