The current economic downturn has many pet owners looking for ways to cut back on expenses, but one way that does not make sense is flea prevention. Preventing fleas has always been easier — and much more economical in the long run — than trying to get rid of them after they’ve infested your pet and your household. Today’s effective topical and oral monthly flea-prevention products wind up costing only pennies a day, really — no more than a candy bar or the price of a stamp — when you spread the cost out over the year.
can make pets absolutely miserable, but it is actually a sign of an underlying
problem. For example, if the pet has an allergy, exposure to the allergen
causes a series of events to happen within the animal’s body.