Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/25/2014 -- The changing of the season, the snow is melting, the warm weather is just around the corner and with it flea and tick infestations. The eggs which were laid last fall are now opening, transforming into hungry fleas and ticks searching for a blood meal on your pet. These pests attach themselves to your pet, enter into your home, and infest the area. Stop the continuous flea and tick infestation with Frontline Plus. Frontline Plus is one step ahead of Frontline as Frontline Plus not only terminates the adult biting ticks and fleas but destroys the second generation as well, solving the problem of infestation completely. This once a month, topical medication continuously works for 30 days against fleas and ticks.
Ailment Associated with Product:
Fleas and ticks cause a number of health problems to felines as well as canines. External parasitic creatures rely on blood meals from mammals to survive, creating skin irritations, wounds, and blood pathogen transfer. Ticks are found in dense woodland areas of the country, attaching onto pets as the pet walks though these areas. Ticks consume their blood meals by burrowing their heads under the subcutaneous layer of the skin. Once the tick has attached, reproduced, and consumed the blood meal she/he will burst with the head remaining under the skin. The head will remain under the skin and form a skin formation called a skin lesion. These lesions become infected and may require treatment. Ticks are also carriers of several blood born diseases. During a tick’s blood meal diseases such as; Lyme disease, Canine Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Hetatozoonosis, Babesiosis, or cause tick paralysis can be passed to the pet.
Fleas also take blood meals by biting a mammal. Fleas, however, do not burrow their heads like the flea. Fleas use specialized saliva to cement themselves to a cat or dog. Many pets develop an allergy to this special saliva breaking out in hives and tiny pyritic lesions. Allergies caused by flea saliva are termed Flea allergy dermatitis. These allergies lead to a secondary condition known as skin lesions. Skin lesions are open wounds caused by vigorously itching done by the pet. The flea can also cause anemia. Anemia is defined as a condition in which the individual contains a lower population of blood cells than what is necessary for body functions. A pet with anemia will display signs such as; pale mucus membranes, lack of energy, decrease in appetite or thirst, and in extreme cases death.
Product to cure ailment:
Frontline plus for cats and dogs, is an oil-based product which works with the natural oils found on the pet’s skin. The active ingredients; fipronil, cyphenothrin, and (S)-methoprene are evenly distributed along the scalp of the cat. The distributed product acts as a barrier against fleas and mites, killing said parasites when they bite the pet. This once a month, topical treatment and preventative kills 100% of adult fleas on your pet within 12 hours and 100% of all ticks within 48 hours.
Commonly affected breed, Breed description, and secondary aliments:
Fleas and ticks affect dogs and cats of all breeds, age, and gender. Although fleas and ticks affect all breeds of pets, fleas are found to be prevalent among beagles, a dog breed having a white, tan, and black coat with long drooping ears, often used for hunting. Fleas tend to infect pets during warmer times of the year. Infection rates are higher in pets which live in warm geographic locations.
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