A Quick Guide to Fleas and Treatments
This is because we love our favorite pet to the extent of giving them pretty names. If the flea season is not well prepared for by control and prevention method, our pretty pet could be in danger, they could even die. Moreover, since most of these pets roam around the house it means that, your home is no longer comfortable for you and your loved ones. There are various preventive measures and treatment methods for flea.
You just soak your pet in warm water then rub the flea and tick shampoo into its fur, let the shampoo sit on your dog’s fur for ten to fifteen minutes before rinsing with warm water again. Another way is by applying a flea powder. A flea spray is another way of flea treatment for dogs.
Well, dog too are no exception, you can make your own medicated dip for your pet. It is not just a collar because it is a medicated collar, it also has to fit on your dog’s neck perfectly so that the dog doesn’t get a chance to lick it, it also has a time limit, maybe two months, however, if the dog skin is irritated before the period is over, you can take off the collar and use other flea treatment methods.
There is a common phrase that “Prevention is better than cure”, well, this too can apply to flea treatment for our pretty pets such as dogs. Application is done all over the dogs’ body.
We also have natural flea treatment methods. Thus washing your dog frequently with water and a little shampoo will help prevent or even kill fleas.Lemon juice is another simpler way killing fleas.
For lavender oil, you just need a few drops and you good to go. In case you notice any irritation from your dog, stop the treatment immediately. All you need to do is to soak your dog in a rosemary infused water and allow it to dry naturally.
Whereas, most of the flea treatment are either applied or sprayed, the brewer’s yeast is mixed with the dogs’ food daily. Again, ensure the area where your dog sleeps is tidy and clean, spray it occasionally. So if you love your pet dog ensure you have at least two or three measures put in place for flea treatment.