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Fleas, fleas, itchy fleas!

These pesky parasites may cause reactions in your pet varying from a mild skin irritation to a severe allergic reaction.  Fleas feed on blood; an extreme infestation can cause anemia or even death in animals.

These pesky parasites may cause reactions in your pet varying from a mild skin irritation to a severe allergic reaction.  Fleas feed on blood; an extreme infestation can cause anemia or even death in animals.  All pets are susceptible to flea attacks.  You may not even see the fleas on your pet.  Scratching, scabs and dark specs, or "flea dirt," found on the skin can all be signs that your pet has become infected with fleas. 

Taking care of flea infestation takes patience and acting quickly.  The life cycle of fleas is about 21 days, so plan on that time span to alleviate the issue.  Different flea control products work in different ways, have varying levels of effectiveness, and kill different flea stages (eggs, larvae, and/or adults).  You'll need to use a combination of products at the same time to be effective.

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Dips, shampoos, powders, and sprays will usually kill the adult fleas on your pet.  One such shampoo is BioLux’s Therapeutic Tar/Aloe Shampoo which has been formulated using a blend of 2% Coat Tar and mild surfactants.  Cools and soothes itchy inflamed areas caused by flea bites, seborrhea, and other non-specific dermatitis.

Also don’t forget to rid your house of fleas by vacuuming and washing your pet's bedding once a week.  When using chemical products to control fleas, be very careful.  You may be providing too much of a potentially toxic chemical if you use, sayFree Reprint Articles, a flea dip and a fogger with the same chemical ingredient.  Always check with your veterinarian before beginning your war on fleas.

Thanks for reading and itch no more!!

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I have always enjoyed writing.  I am from the beaches of North Carolina.  I have acquired an AA in Arts, BA in Math, and BS in Computer Engineering.  Animals have been a big part of my life.  One of my dreams was to be able to work with animals in some way that would lead to a fulfilling career.  This is how I came to work for BioLux International, LLC.  This has afforded me the ability to write pet and animal care articles for over a year.



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