There are orally administered products on the market formulated to bread the flea's life cycle by preventing flea eggs or larvae from developing into adults. However, these products have no effect on adult fleas that may currently exist on your pet. Treat it by using a topical or oral flea medication will prevent the unnecessary suffering of your pet. If your pets are not on flea preventatives, there's a good chance they "Got fleas". Fortunately, a relatively new class of flea control products has been introduced over the past few years by several companies. These treatments are used monthly and provide the best protection available against fleas.
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Flea Facts You Should Know
Fleas: Understanding the Enemy
Comparison Chart: Flea & Tick Products
EPA Approved versus Foreign Flea Control
Flea and Tick Recommendations
Flea Allergy Dermatitis
Fighting the Flea & Tick Battle
Tips to Care for Your Allergic Pet
Is Your Pet Allergic to Fleas?
Winter Flea Guide