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Which flea and tick treatment should I get?

Fighting fleas? The best flea and tick options for pets can help. Start killing fleas instantly and eliminate them in a matter of days with the top treatments available. Using proven formulas that work to kill fleas and ticks fast, as well as their eggs. The top options can relieve you pet’s pain and stop the itching, also helpi9ng to eliminate them from your home. Read on to find out more about the best options like Frontline, Advantage II and Seresto.

Frontline and Advantage are two terrific liquid gel formulas available for both dogs and cats. Using complex formulas that can kill pests and their eggs at the same time, you

can find a formula appropriate for your dog or cat’s age and weight. Both formulas work fast, beginning to kill fleas instantly and over the course of thirty days. However, Frontline and Advantage II are different, so one may be more effective than the other depending on the infestation. While the medications are waterproof when dried, you should avoiding bathing your pet for the first 24 hours. Additionally, medication should be placed on the head or back of the neck where pets cannot reach as eating the pesticide can be harmful.

Another great tool for getting rid of fleas and ticks, and keeping them away, is the Bayer Seresto Flea Collar. While most flea collars these days are ineffective, the Seresto is different. It is a veterinarian recommended flea collar that works best for preventing fleas and ticks before they attack. Odorless and non-greasy, there’s no mess and the collar lasts for up to eight months. Like Advantage II and Frontline, it is available for dogs and cats.

If you are in need of flea and tick treatment for your pet, take this quiz to help you find the most suitable option for your pet.

How long has your pet had a flea or tick problem?
Does your pet like wearing collars?
Have you tried any of the following treatments?
Do you have a cat or a dog?
Does your pet frequently bite or lick themself?
How many pets do you have?
Has your pet had fleas or ticks on multiple occasions?
How much is price a concern?