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Posted on 10-03-2018
Fleas and ticks are annoying little pests that live in the fur of your pets. The hot, sunny months provide the perfect environment for these little parasites to feed on your pet’s blood. Fleas and ticks are extremely small but they can create several major health concerns for your pets. Depending on the severity of the infestation, your pet can experience allergic reactions or other serious life-threatening illnesses. Here at Watertown Animal Hospital, our veterinarian treats your pet like family. Our goal is to protect your pet and provide your family with the best service possible.
We have listed several important steps you can take to prevent flea and tick infestation of your pet:
Early intervention can save you hundreds of dollars on sprays, shampoos, and soaps. Taking your pet to the vet for regular checkups and vaccinations can protect your pet from fleas, ticks and heartworm disease. It is not too late to get your pet in before the summer comes roaring in.
We offer comprehensive wellness and illness services for your pet. Give our office a call at 860-274-2212 to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian in Watertown.
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