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Pet Flea and Tick Prevention in Roseville, MN

An almost inescapable part of being a pet owner is the danger of fleas and ticks. The best way to prevent flea and tick infestation is through our pet flea and tick prevention in Roseville, MN. Our veterinarians can review the options for flea and tick prevention and determine the best and most efficacious product for your pet.

Fleas and ticks aren’t just a constant irritant; they’re dangerous for both humans and pets. These creatures carry diseases that are detrimental to your dog or cat’s health and yours as well. When they’re done with your pet, they may hop off and start biting you, and their fast reproduction means you could quickly have an infestation on your hands. Investing in our flea and tick prevention service protects you from invasions and your pet from health issues like:

  • Tapeworms
  • Excessive Itching
  • Hot Spots
  • Allergic Dermatitis
  • Hair Loss
  • Infectious diseases such as Lyme, Erlichia, Anaplasma, and Bartonella

Why Our Expertise Is Imperative for Flea Prevention

Indoor only cats may also become infected with parasites and even suburban or urban dwelling dogs are at risk too. Fleas and ticks can get into your house from outside simply by clinging to your shoe or pant leg, and they’re so tiny you likely won’t see them. Medications to treat and/or prevent some parasites available over the counter may not be appropriate for your pet and in some cases may cause adverse effects.

An appointment with us means you get exactly the prevention strategy your pet needs. We come up with a plan that’s tailored to your lifestyle and your pet’s demographic. This makes the treatment more likely to succeed and saves you the frustration of trial and error. You don’t want to take chances when it comes to your dog or cat’s comfort and happiness.


Allergy Treatment

Itchy skin and recurrent ear infections can be a sign of allergic skin disease. At Suburban Animal Hospital we provide a range of options to help bring your pet relief . Whether you are looking for symptomatic treatment to calm the itch or specific allergy testing to identify the offending allergens your pet reacts to, we are here to work with you. From topical medications to the most advanced oral and injectable treatments, our clinic is prepared to meet your pet’s needs.

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