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Flea & Tick Prevention

Keeping Your Pets Safe from Fleas & Ticks

Fleas and ticks can cause tremendous discomfort and even sickness for your pet. At Sunrise Pet Hospital in Anaheim Hills, we believe prevention is the best policy and can help you keep pests away from your pet as much as possible. Our tick and flea prevention will keep your pet comfortable and healthy.

How Do Pets Get Fleas and Ticks?

Fleas and ticks are parasites that can cause a lot of serious diseases and issues in your pet. Fleas and ticks breed in warm environments and usually make their habitat in tall grass, under bushes, or in other garden or yard areas. When your pet is outdoors, he or she may bring these pests back home without realizing it. Your pet may also get fleas or ticks from other canine or feline friends when visiting parks or getting together for playdates.

Signs of Fleas and Ticks

The most basic symptom of fleas or ticks is your cat or dog scratching themselves excessively. Your pet might also bite at their skin, attempting to remove the tiny parasite. Fleas mostly cause discomfort. Ticks are more dangerous and can cause Lyme disease. Some scratching is normal, but if you see an excessive amount, give your pet a close examination to see if you can find any fleas or ticks.

Treatment

Flea and tick prevention are essential for proper pet care. There are various flea and tick prevention medications available for your pet. A monthly pill is the most common and effective means of controlling pests. We also offer topical treatments you can use on your animal. Flea and tick collars are also helpful in some situations.

Contact Us for Parasite Prevention from Our Veterinarian in Anaheim Hills

Even if your pet does not have fleas or ticks now, he or she still has the chance of getting them at some point. Don't let fleas and ticks bother your pet. Find out how our team at Sunrise Pet Hospital can protect your pet from fleas and ticks at our Anaheim Hills office. We also provide microchipping, vaccinations, dental care, and other essential veterinary services. Contact us to find out how our veterinarian can help you and your animal.

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  • "My husband and I are very pleased with the treatment our two golden retriever have received. Dr. Jang's care for our boys is outstanding. He explains everything and answers all of our concerns. The office staff is very friendly. We appreciate the "How is he doing?" phone calls we have received after procedures are done."
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