Posts and tweets about year-round flea and tick protection

Posts and tweets about year-round flea and tick protection

Speak the truth about flea and tick preventives online: they aren't just for warm months.
Feb 01, 2014
By staff

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Fleas can hatch in as little as 2 to 3 weeks or as long as several months. Protect your #pet year-round with preventives.

Your pet can still be susceptible to fleas and ticks—even if it stays inside. That’s why year-round protection is so important—so bring your pet in for preventives today!

Even though tick season usually runs from April to November, infestation can happen year-round. #pethealth #parasites

A very brief spell of warmer weather during the winter can give fleas and ticks the cue to emerge and infest your furry friends. Keep your pets protected year-round from those pesky parasites!

DYK? Fleas and ticks can still get into and take refuge in your home during the winter months. #pethealth #parasites

A year’s supply of parasite preventives for your pet is much more affordable than the amount you’ll spend on special topical treatments, medications, and an exterminator for a parasite-infested house. Ask us about year-round flea and tick prevention today!

#Pets aren’t parasites’ only way into your home. They can come in through window screens and on your shoes, just to name a few.

Since many states are prone to sudden changes in weather, it’s crucial that your pet receives flea and tick preventives year-round—yes, even in the colder months.

Fleas and ticks, although considered seasonal parasites, can endure some pretty harsh conditions—so protect #pets year-round!

Did you know fleas can hatch in as little as 2 to 3 weeks or as long as several months? That means eggs brought into your home during the warmer months can cause infestation problems when you least expect it—in the winter. Protect your pet year-round with critical preventives!

DYK? Your #pet can still be susceptible to fleas and ticks even if it stays inside. #pethealth #parasites

You may already know that tick season runs from April to November. But don’t let this deceive you—infestation can happen at any time of year, inside or outside. Make sure your pet is protected from pests month after month by receiving regular preventives!

Fleas and ticks can emerge during even a brief warm spell during the winter, so keep #pets protected from #parasites year-round.

Did you know that fleas and ticks can still get into your home and take refuge there when colder temperatures set in? If your pet isn’t given year-round preventives, this puts your pet and your home at risk for an infestation.

A 1-yr supply of #parasite preventives for your #pet is less expensive than the total costs associated with a full-blown infestation.

Parasites latch onto pets as one method of getting into your house, but they don’t stop there. They can crawl through window screens, attach to your shoes, or on other animals and people visiting your home.

Many states are prone to sudden weather changes, so it’s important your #pet gets #parasite preventives even in the colder months.

IThink fleas and ticks are strictly seasonal parasites? Think again! The truth is, these pesky critters are able to withstand some pretty harsh conditions, including cold weather, by finding warmer places to hide out. This includes your house!

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