Flea & Tick

Dog Flea Treatment - Fleas, Ticks & Mites

Petwell provides your dog with complete protection from fleas & ticks with effective flea treatment and tick treatment products. There are various treatments available for flea and tick control, these include flea collars, shampoos, dips, combs and even chemical-free sprays. Spot on flea treatment brands are also available from Frontline Spot On, Frontline Plus, Advantage  & Effipro. Tick Twisters and flea combs remove fleas & ticks directly from your dog.

Don't forget to also treat your home with a household flea spray such as Indorex or Homegard. 95% of fleas are actually found in the home rather than on the pet.

Protect your dog from fleas and ticks all year round with Petwell.

Spot On 

The most common and effective method of treatment for your dog

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Household

Help protect your home and family from fleas and mites

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Tablet & Supplement

Oral treatments to prevent flea eggs hatching

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Spray (Pet)

Direct flea spray for your dog, home & bedding

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Comb

Useful for clearing out fleas and fleas dirt from your dog

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Tick Remover

The safest and easiest way to remove ticks from your dog

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Shampoo

Deep cleaning to help rid your dog of fleas & ticks

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Collar

Helps to protect your dog from fleas & ticks 

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Fleas and your pet's health

Fleas are the most common external parasite to affect your pet and it is likely that they will pick up a few in their lifetime

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Ticks and your pet's health

Ticks rank second only to mosquitoes in infectious disease spread to both pets and people.

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Once you adopt a dog, they become a beloved member of the family and you naturally want to care for them properly. Dogs are loving and joyful animals – it’s impossible to be sad when you have a little puppy or an energetic dog around. Often, dealing with a flea or tick problem can happen, things that will make your furry friend feel miserable, and can lead to various worrying health issues if not detected and solved on time. This is why, you should be properly informed on the subject and get your hands on the right dog flea treatment and dog ticks treatment.

Fleas

Once you get a dog, it’s likely that you will deal with a flea problem at some point. Dog fleas are tiny, irritating and wingless parasites that survive on the blood of warm-blooded hosts. An adult flea can start laying flea eggs shortly after landing on your dog and can actually lay up to 50 eggs per day! Most of these flea eggs will fall off your dog and onto your carpet and soft furnishings until they hatch a few days later as flea larvae. In fact, 95% of fleas are actually living in your home and only jump onto your pet to feed, which why it’s vital to use a household flea spray every 12 months as well as vacuuming daily and your washing pet’s bedding regularly to prevent a flea infestation. As clean as you might be keeping your beloved dog, there are scenarios that can lead to a flea infestation. The most common case is your dog attracting fleas from an infested animal when playing outside, but you can also be carrying these parasites on your clothes, if you come in contact with an animal that has them. Various diseases can be triggered from flea bites, including dermatitis and anemia. Fleas are also able to transmit tapeworms to dogs as well, so taking immediate action is recommended. Prevention is the best way to tackle fleas and luckily, Petwell offers the best flea treatment for dogs and flea treatment for puppies. The most effective and popular method of flea treatment for dogs is a Spot-on (or drops) such as Frontline for dogs, Frontline Plus for dogs or Advantage for dogs as well as flea tablets, flea sprays and flea shampoos and combined with a flea collar for dogs, it can make an effective flea treatment for your dog’s flea problem. Remember to also treat your home using a flea spray for house such as Indorex or Homegard

Ticks

Ticks are known to be small, blood-sucking bugs, ranging in size and colour (shades of brown and reddish brown). Dogs usually get ticks when they’re playing in an outdoor setting, these bugs being generally found in grass or low shrubs. Tick bites might often be perceived as harmless, but there are some affects and dangers that need to be taken into consideration. Ticks can actually pass on various diseases to you and your four-legged friend and can often cause allergic reactions. Lyme disease in dogs is one health issue example that could arise from a tick bite. Ehrlichiosis and Babesiosis might also develop - diseases that could in fact be fatal. A tick bite won’t be difficult to spot, considering that usually the tick will remain attached to your dog’s skin feeding on blood, but you should however, carefully check their fur every time you come back home after spending time outdoors. Because controlling ticks, when your dog is outside is not possible, to help prevent ticks on dogs, you should use a spot on dog ticks treatment such as Frontline for dogs or a Seresto dog collar which both work great for preventing and killing both fleas and ticks. Remember that your pet getting a tick can also put yourself at risk as well as these bugs can move onto human skin quite easily.

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