Posts tagged "parasite control"

Parasite Control: Keep Fleas, Ticks and Mosquitoes Away

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To help control fleas, veterinary parasitologist Dr. Michael Dryden is all about what he calls residual speed of kill – and he explains why beat the flea clock is important. Dr. Michael Paul cheers a product that may indeed keep mosquitoes off pets, obviously then preventing heartworm disease which is transmitted by mosquitoes. He also... Read more »

Mosquitoes Are Buzzing and Biting; Our Pets Aren't Immune

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Mosquitoes spread more disease to people than any creature on the planet. And our pets aren’t immune to their attack – not only potential for carrying potentially deadly heartworm disease, their itch is as uncomfortable for our pets as it is for us. That’s why veterinary parasitologist Dr. Byron Blagburn, distinguished professor Auburn University College of... Read more »

BlogPaws, Pet Bloggers Learn and Celebrate

Yvonne DiVita kicks off BlogPaws 2014, the most new attendees at this BlogPaws than any other
BlogPaws is a watering hole for pet bloggers. Here are a few BlogPaws highlights, in case you missed out….where people who write about pets come together (sometimes with their own pets). The Nose to Nose awards for excellence in blogging winners are HERE.   Type your email address in the box and click the “create... Read more »
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Flea Control, It's About How to Use the Products

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The way flea  products are used matters. According to veterinary parisitologist Dr. Michael Dryden, professor of veterinary parasitology, in the Department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology at Kansas State University, some products really easier for some pet owners to use than others. Here’s 100 seconds on the topic. Type your email address in the box... Read more »