Flea and Tick Prevention: How #Seresto Can Help

by Pet Coupon Savings on June 18, 2014

We all love our animals and want the best for them. However, one thing that so many pet owners mistakenly overlook is the importance of flea and tick prevention. Flea and tick prevention not only keeps your pets healthy but can save you a lot of unnecessary expenses!

Flea and Tick Prevention with SerestoMeet Rocky. He’s happy to start the Summer off right with his new Seresto collar!

Flea and Tick Prevention and Flea Allergy Dermatitis:

If you are a new pet owner or just simply haven’t paid much attention to flea and tick prevention, you might be wondering why this is so important. There are so many reasons why you should be doing everything in your power to ensure your pet stays flea and tick free. Did you know that some pets are allergic to flea bites? The clinical name for this is Flea Allergy Dermatitis. If your pet is allergic to flea bites it can cause irritation to the skin. The good news is if you are using some sort of flea or tick prevention the flea or tick is not able to transmit the organism that causes the disease. If your pet has Flea Allergy Dermatitis he or she is more likely to develop a tapeworm. While Flea Allergy Dermatitis is treatable, it can become very expensive for the pet owner and uncomfortable for your pet. The only way to truly prevent this condition is by ensuring your pet stays flea and tick free.

Seresto Flea and Tick PreventionNot only are fleas and ticks a health hazard for humans but they are a huge menace to your dog or cat. Most pet owners do not realize that diseases can be transferred from fleas to humans. Fleas feed on rats and other rodents that carry bacteria and diseases that are dangerous to humans. If you do not control fleas before they become a problem, the situation can easily get out of control. An infestation of fleas in your home can be incredibly hard to get rid of and control.

Flea and Tick Prevention Success with Seresto:

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The next question you are probably asking yourself, is how can you prevent flea and ticks. Thankfully, prevention is a lot easier than getting rid of an infestation of fleas.

Each pet owner will probably have differing opinions on how to prevent flea and ticks. If you are getting a new fury member to your family, the first thing you will want to do is take him or her for a veterinarian check up. You will want to make sure your new family member is healthy and currently free of any flea or ticks. Once you get a clean bill of health you can start on prevention.

When it comes to protecting your dog or cat from flea and ticks you will find that you have several options. Some flea and tick prevention options are oral tablets, topical flea treatments, flea collars, flea shampoos and flea sprays. A great new option that makes prevention so simple is Seresto. Seresto is a powerful new flea and tick prevention collar that protects for up to 8 months! There’s no need to remember to apply monthly flea medication applications. Seresto can be used on big dogs, small dogs and cats.

Consider using Seresto to help prevent your pets from a flea or tick infestation. Also, because we here at Pet Coupon Savings are all about saving money on your pet’s needs, there is currently a $20 Seresto Rebate offer available!

This post is sponsored by Bayer / Seresto and the Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about the Seresto product, but Pet Coupon Savings only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Bayer/Seresto is not responsible for the content of this article.

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Vlad & Barkly's Dee June 18, 2014 at 9:02 AM

Thank you so much for this information!!! We were thinking of talking to our vet about trying this with one of our dogs to see how well it works out here. This is a GREAT savings on Seresto!

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Paul July 6, 2014 at 11:06 PM

Heard lot of good things about Soresto eveywhere. Its making my confidence strong !! Thanks for sharing.

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