It can all seem a bit daunting, if you've seen fleas or felt a tick or suspect your pet has worms then you've come to the right place.
The only way to protect your pet, family and home against fleas, is to stop your pets getting them in the first place. When you’ve owned a pet for a while, you can become less aware of flea bites, meaning you may not notice an infestation in your home immediately. Stay aware and take action if you think you have a problem.Flea Advice
It’s so important to treat the home when dealing with fleas - sprays are great for getting to all the hard to reach areas. Spray in all the warm, dark places as these are the fleas favourite places to hide and wash your dogs bedding at a temperature above 40°C.Top Tips
Ticks in dogs are less of a problem than fleas, but your dog may pick them up if they spend time in long grass or fields. They tend to attach to the ears, head, neck, and feet, burying their heads under your dog’s skin and gorging on their blood. Unlike fleas, ticks tend to be an isolated problem that is quick and easy to treat with the right tools - we’ll tell you how.Tick Troubles
It’s not always obvious that your pet has a worm infestation, as they are too small to see and sometimes there are no symptoms. It's best to treat as a precaution on a regular basis, find out more about worms so you know what you're dealing with.About Worms