Annual Cat Care logoPrevention is the best approach in protecting your cat against deadly heartworms, intestinal parasites, and flea and tick infestations. Your veterinarian will help you find the product that is right for your cat based on his or her needs.

     
 

EXTERNAL PARASITES
are assessed visually by your veterinarian.

 
     
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Fleas

Fleas thrive when the weather is warm and humid. Indoor and outddor cats are susceptible to flea infestations. Beyond the skin irritation and discomfort, flea infestations can also cause deadly infections, flea-allergy dermatitis (OUCH!) and the transmission of tapeworm parasites if ingested.

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Ticks

Ticks can spread serious infectious diseases such as Lyme, Ehrlichiosis and Cytauxzoon to pets and people. Inspect your cat for ticks, large and small, especially if they go outside in a wooded or grassy area.

 
     
 
     
 

INTERNAL PARASITES
are assessed by blood tests and fecal exams.

 
     
 
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Intestinal Parasites

Roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm, Coccidia, Giardia, Tritrichomonas and Cryptosporidium are all common in cats. Many of these parasites can be transmitted to you and your family if your pet becomes infected.

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Heartworm

Mosquitoes can spread heartworm, a harmful disease that affects cats. As its name implies, heartworm lives in the blood of a cat's heart and blood vessels.

 
     
     
     
 

Life is better for your cat and family without parasites. Let us help you choose your flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal parasite preventatives today!

 
     


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