When it comes to tick and flea protection for your pets, monthly treatment is crucial. Besides, it is simpler and less costly to avoid infestations and disease than to treat them. We’ve all seen that flea infestation treatments can be very expensive and a huge burden to pet owners, while tick-borne diseases can cause weight loss, pain and other possibly serious side effects to affected animals.
But what particular treatment is going to work for them best? Clearly, this depends on a variety of factors, including the treatments themselves and their unique features. To know which one is right for your pet, it’s a must to know their differences.
Topical treatments are applied directly to the skin of your pet so that it is absorbed and becomes part of the gland system that manufactures natural body oils. These oils …