ZoGuard Flea & Tick

Pet ZoGuard Flea & Tick

ZoGuard Flea & Tick

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Some of the worst months for flea and tick activity are September, October, and November.

 How Do Dogs and Cats Pick Up Fleas and Ticks?

It is fairly easy for cats and dogs to pick up fleas and ticks. In many cases pet's pick them up by passing trees or shrubs, or by laying in the grass. Pet's can also catch them from stray aniamls, dog parks, groomers, or kennels, etc.

Dangers of Fleas

While fleas are known to cause itchiness, they can also cause:

  • Hair loss
  • Allergy dermatitis
  • Anemia (in extreme cases)

Dangers of Ticks

Ticks don’t cause a lot of obvious discomfort such as itching, but their bites can lead to:

  • Anemia
  • Paralysis
  • Serious Infections (such as Lyme disease)
    Due to these risks being a threat to your pet’s health, it is vital to treat your pet regularly

ZoGuard Plus is effective against all life stages of the flea, effectively breaking the life cycle and controlling re-infestations.

This amazing product is waterproof and will remain effective even after bathing, water immersion, or exposure to sunlight. So you can feel confident playing freely with your fur baby inside and outside!

Each package of Zoguard Plus includes 3-monthly doses that provide 12 weeks of protection against Fleas & Ticks.

Why are pet owners everywhere switching to ZoGuard?

Same effectiveness as Frontline Plus: ZoGuard contains the same amount of the same active ingredients found in Frontline Plus

Kills Fleas at all life stages: Unlike flea medicine that may only kill adult fleas, ZoGuard breaks the flea life cycle by killing all stages of fleas: Eggs, Larvae, and Adults

Effectively eliminates Ticks & Lice: Zoguard Plus kills 4 different species of tick including those that may transmit Lyme disease - Zoguard also rapidly eradicates chewing lice!

Try ZoGuard today, your fur baby will thank you for it!

*All information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the expert advice of a veterinarian or veterinary practitioner.

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