Cat Flea And Worming
Your guide to cat worming, flea and tick treatments
Sun Jan 03 00:00:00 AEDT 2016
Before you choose a parasite prevention plan for your cat, you'll need to know what vermin you're up against. Keeping your pet parasite free is not just important in terms of their happiness, it protects them against serious health risks, some of which may result in death.
How to treat a cat with fleas
Mon Jan 04 00:00:00 AEDT 2016
Due to the more thorough grooming habits of cats, flea infestations often go unnoticed and are left untreated. Not only are fleas irritating to your prized feline, they can cause flea dermatitis resulting in hair loss, sores and crusty bumps.
Turning an outdoor cat into an indoor cat
Tue Jan 05 00:00:00 AEDT 2016
Maybe you've developed a strong affection for the stray ginger cat down the road. Or perhaps you've just let Mittens roam freely outdoors for so long that she doesn't want to come back inside. An outdoor to indoor transition is not impossible but you will need a little preparation and a lot of patience.
Identifying paralysis tick
Wed Jan 06 00:00:00 AEDT 2016
For such a small parasite, paralysis ticks can do monumental damage to your pet. The treatment of tick paralysis is a costly venture that you should try to avoid as even with the aid of an anti-venom, recovery is not guaranteed. Symptoms usually occur 3-5 days after tick attachment and worsen exponentially within the next 24-48 hours. Our responsibility as a pet owner is knowing the symptoms of tick paralysis and how to prevent or manage tick attachment.
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