We talked about the best flea treatments for puppies, but what about the mother dogs. What is the best way to treat a dog for fleas if she has puppies and nursing? What is the best flea treatment for lactating dogs?
Most people know that the substances consumed by a mother are passed along to the baby. It is why human mothers are encouraged to quit smoking, limit caffeine and alcohol intake and even watch the spicy foods they eat.
You should be concerned about what kind of medications you are giving to a dog who is nursing a litter of puppies. After all, the chemicals you use on the mother can be passed to the pups through the mother’s milk.
Is There a Safe Flea Treatment for Lactating Dogs?
Luckily, the answer is yes. Several safe and effective flea treatments for lactating dogs are on the market today. Most flea medications for dogs are safe for pregnant and lactating dogs. Many veterinarians recommend the continued use of flea and tick medication as well as heartworm prevention medicines to stop the spread of parasites from the mother to the puppies. Continue reading “Safe Flea Treatment for Lactating Dogs”
The best offense is a good defense. That doesn’t just go for sports, but also for flea and tick defense. If you are fighting the good fight against fleas and ticks in your home, start where they live. In your yard. We will give you flea and tick yard treatment reviews that will hopefully help you eradicate these parasitic pests.
You can also check out our petsourceUSA.com recommendations for Flea and Tick prevention for your puppy.
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Fleas. What an absolute pain in the neck. These little parasites live everywhere and cause so many problems. If you have ever lived through a flea infestation or had an animal with a bad case of fleas, you probably get a little jittery every time Fido starts scratching. Knowing when the nasty little insects are biting in your area is half the battle. This Flea Season Map will help shed some light when fleas and ticks are most active. Continue reading “This Flea Season Map Could Save Your Dog’s Life”
There are a lot of options out there for flea and tick prevention. We covered quite a few of them in our article Best Flea and Tick Prevention for Puppies. If you haven’t had the chance to take a look, I suggest you head over there now. Maybe you are looking for something a little more natural. You aren’t interested in putting chemicals like Fipronil and Permethrin on your furry friend. Maybe you should try Peppermint oil for fleas and ticks.
There are, however, a few things you should consider before using peppermint oil for fleas and ticks. Natural isn’t always better. Wait. What? If it’s natural, it has to be better than putting chemicals on or into our bodies and the bodies of our pets, right? Continue reading “Peppermint Oil for Fleas and Ticks”