- Flea and Tick Control- External parasite control is safe and effective. We recommend once a month, year round protection for all cats.
- Intestinal Parasite Prevention and Treatment- Fecal exams are recommended by the CDC annually for indoor cats, and every 6 months if your cat spends any time outdoors. Intestinal parasite eggs can only be seen with a microscope, and your cat may not even act sick if they have parasites. Some parasites carried by cats are zoonotic, meaning they can be transferred from cats to people. Those most at risk are the young, elderly, pregnant or immunocompromised. Talk to us if you have any questions or concerns.
- Feline Heartworm Protection- Feline heartworm is a disease spread from dogs to cats via a mosquito bite. Since the mosquito can come indoors, even indoor cats can get heartworm disease. Feline heartworm larva can cause asthma symptoms in cats, and if they develop into adult heartworms the disease cannot be treated and is fatal. Heartworm is easily prevented with once a month Revolution.
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