We are not the only ones who can be infested by a plague. Our beloved pets may also be affected.
As pet owners, it is our responsibility to keep them safe and to be on the lookout for any pests that may harm our furry companions.
Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, bedbugs … are annoying, but also, their bites can irritate or, in some cases, disease.
The truth is that, although we protect our pets with a combination of natural remedies or medicines prescribed by the vet, they are not always effective against some pests, such as bed bugs.
There are preventive measures we can take to protect our pets :
- Bathe and brush our pet regularly
- Observe possible skin irritations
- Consult the vet
Protects pets from pests all year round
With the good temperatures, your pet will probably like to enjoy more time outdoors. Therefore, it is important to ask our vet about any product that keeps fleas, ticks, etc. at bay.
Evidence of insect bites is easy to spot. Look for nests of wasps, anthills … in the summertime.
When there is a pest problem, we should not hesitate to contact a pest control company to help with their recommendations and treatments to effectively eliminate the pest from within or around your home.
For example, fleas are one of the most common problems in pets, they contract when they are outside and in contact with other animals and if your pet gets fleas in a very short time, it can cause a severe infestation.
So are ticks, which in addition to talking to your veterinarian about medication for prevention, professionals in pest control in Madrid can apply barrier treatments in your garden.
If you find a tick on your pet, you should remove it immediately using tweezers as close to the skin as possible.
- Remember, flea, the bed bug, or tick infestations pose a risk to pets year-round.