Why would my pet have a flea allergy when I use a topical prevention?
That’s a scary bug a boo!
I was surprised when my dog’s veterinarian said Patches problem could be an allergy to fleas. But, we were using a name brand topical prevention monthly. Our veterinarian indicated several problems:
- Fleas can become resistant to the product being used.
- Fleas are evolving to be more resistant to the standard products on the market.
- Some topical prevention does not prevent the flea from biting the animal.
- Pets are allergic to the flea’s saliva. It only takes a few bites for a pet to have an allergic reaction.
- Break-through protection.
- The product may not last the full month due to storage (heat/cold) or product production.
- Not applying protection routinely.
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