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April 16, 2018


- External parasites that are fed on the blood of mammals and birds.
In addition to the discomfort of bites, some dogs/cats are allergic to flea saliva, developing pruritic dermatitis

- They transmit diseases.

- Flea eggs in the domestic environment can give rise to new fleas, thus perpetuating the infestation. A flea can deposit up to ten eggs a day!


- External parasites that have the dog as preferential host.

- In addition to skin changes, at the point of penetration of the tick, they are responsible for the transmission of serious diseases to both animals and humans.



I found fleas - What should I do?

  • Treat the dog/cat in order to quickly eliminate adult.
  • Vacuum all compartments at home, including carpets, rugs, sofas, and cushions.
  • Wash all textiles (beds, blankets, etc.) with hot water.
  • In cases of severe infestations, there are products of environmental application that aim to eliminate eggs and adult fleas.
  •  Subsequently, make a strict prevention plan


I found ticks - What should I do?

  • You can use thin-tipped tweezers or tweezers. Important to grab the tick as close to the animal's skin as possible.
  • Turn the tweezers until it loosens from the skin. After extraction of the tick, clean and disinfect the skin.
  • Inspect the area daily until complete healing.
  • If the injury is complicated or the dog shows signs of illness, such as fever, decreased appetite or prostration, consult your veterinarian.


It is important to protect your dog/cat against fleas and ticks and ensure effective treatment in case of infestations, to prevent diseases and contamination of your home. There are several products to control these parasites in the form of spot-on pipettes, collars, tablets or sprays. The choice of the ideal product will depend on your lifestyle, the degree of exposure to parasites and hygiene habits.

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