Internal and external parasites can be common and easily controlled or prevented. Some of these parasites can lead to health issues in pets and can also cause health concerns for pet owners and their families.

External parasites include fleas and ticks, which can cause skin irritation, can also spread more severe diseases to pets and their owners. Internal parasites such as roundworms (common in puppies and kittens), hookworms, whipworms, coccidiosis, and heartworms can all be treated, but prevention is generally less costly and results in less risk to the health of the pet and their owner.

Please review the links below to learn more about the parasites that can affect you pet and your family, and feel free to contact us if you need guidance on the best methods to help protect your pets and your family. The old adage is so true when considering parasites – “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.

For more information, check these links.

Protecting Your Dog From Parasites

Protecting Your Cat From Parasites

Protecting Your Family From Parasites