On NBC Nightly News, Lester Holt reported on Petsmart grooming deaths in the past 5 months. These deaths took place in New Jersey and other parts of the country. You can see the video here.
I thought to myself, "Thank goodness I am a groomer and can take care of my pets myself." I was grateful to have never lost a dog while under my care this way. Then I thought about those who lost their dogs and became sad. And this is why I am writing to you.
Find out how to keep your dog safe from fleas and ticks.
Here in Florida, fleas and ticks are are a concern throughout the year. Due to warm temperatures and humidity, fleas and ticks have the perfect place to grow. In our previous article, protecting your dog from fleas and ticks in Florida, we talked about what to do. In this article we will help you be more proactive in flea and tick prevention.
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Protecting Your Pet From Fleas and Ticks in Florida
Is your dog thinking about fleas and ticks? You should too.
Florida is beginning to heat up as we get close to Summer. Fleas and ticks have always been, and will become a problem for cats and dogs. Florida’s warm and humid climate is perfect for them to survive year-round. As the temperature begins to increase, fleas and ticks flourish best between 70 and 85 degrees. My hope is to help you protect your pet from issues that can be caused by a flea and tick infestation. Here is what you should know.