Flea Care Products for Dogs – Chemical or Natural

March 23, 2010 by Kelley  
Filed under Dog Health, Dog Products

// There are a variety of flea products available for treating dogs. For this article, I  am separating them into two categories: Chemical or Natural. Chemical treatments are any treatment that uses a chemical’s toxicity to kill the fleas on your dog. Whereas a natural treatment is any treatment method that doesn’t rely on toxic [...]

How to Get Rid of Fleas in Homes and Yards?

March 22, 2010 by Kelley  
Filed under Dog Health

// Over 80% of a flea infestation takes place in the environment, while only 20% is on your pets. The flea is a very resilient pest, but there are some things you can do to make your home and yard a less hospitable habitat. We’ve already learned about the flea’s life cycle, which has given [...]

Understanding the Flea Life-Cycle

March 19, 2010 by Kelley  
Filed under Dog Advice, Dog Health

// Before you can avoid or solve a problem you must fully understand it; this is especially true when dealing with fleas. Fleas are very persistent parasites, capable of spreading disease, and killing. For evidence of just how horrible they are, look up the Bubonic Plague, aka Black Death: A disease spread by fleas carried [...]

Springtime is Flea Time

March 18, 2010 by Kelley  
Filed under Dog Health, Dog News

As the temperatures climb so does the number of bugs, and arguably the worst of these invaders are fleas. How do we keep our homes and pets free of these nuances? How can you fight what you can barely see? Fear not: CritterMinute.com has you covered. It’s time to get your pets, house and yard [...]

Identifying a Flea Problem

March 18, 2010 by Kelley  
Filed under Dog Health

// Identifying a flea problem can be difficult, what do fleas and their bites look like? Is your dog scratching? Does your porch have fleas, maybe and maybe not? A scratching dog doesn’t always mean they are flea ridden. Your dog could have skin allergies, dry skin, mites, or a fungal infection. If it’s fleas [...]

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