Flea & Tick Prevention and Treatment

Step 1 – Prevention
To protect your four legged companion, prevention is key. Get a jump on those pests and avoid the pain they cause with vet-quality flea, tick, and mosquito prevention. Protection is available in many forms: spot on, collar, and oral

Our trained store associates will help you choose the best product for your dog or cat.

Here are the products we carry and that we confidently recommend:

FOR DOGS

K9 Advantix II – Kills and repels fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Topical, monthly treatment.

SentryPro XFT– Kill and repels fleas and ticks, plus repels mosquitoes. Topical, monthly treatment.

Frontline Plus for Dogs – Kills fleas and ticks. Topical, monthly treatment.

Fiproguard Plus for Dogs – Kills fleas and ticks. Topical, monthly treatment.

PetLock Max for Dogs - Repels and Kills ticks, fleas and mosquitoes

Pet Lock Max for Dogs –  Kills fleas and ticks and provides protection from mosquitoes, biting flies and lice as well.

Seresto Collar for Dogs – Kills fleas and ticks, plus repels ticks. Collar is effective for 8 months.

Sentry Capguard – Kills fleas. Oral flea control medication.

FOR CATS

Never use a product made for dogs on your cat. Dog products can sometimes be fatal for cats.

Advantage II – Kills fleas. Topical, montly treatment.

Frontline Plus for Cats – Kills fleas and ticks. Topical, monthly treatment.

Fiproguard Plus for Cats – Kills fleas and ticks. Topical, monthly treatment.

Seresto Collar for Cats – Kills fleas and kills and repels ticks. Collar is effective for 8 months.

Sentry Capguard – Kills fleas. Oral flea control medication.

When purchasing a preventative, be sure to get the product that is designed for your pet’s size. Most products provide a weight range on the package, so you can know you’re getting the optimum treatment for your special pal. Be sure to check recommended ages if you are treating a puppy or kitten.

As always, feel free to call your neighborhood Feeders Supply store if you have additional questions.

Step II: Treatment

Hopefully you won’t get to the treatment stage. If you do find that your pet has a flea infestation, these are steps you should take:

  • Treat your pet to get rid of fleas
  • Treat your home to get rid of fleas and their eggs in your environment. This will keep the fleas on your pet from coming back.

We have several products to choose from, and our store associates will be happy to recommend the best solutions for you.