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Dana S.
Dana S.
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"I have 2 small dogs, one is a senior and has stomach issues. I use this in conjunction with the hemp soft chews. The difference I see in just my senior dog alone is day and night. She has arthritis and a sensitive stomach. This has helped with her mobility and appetite. She’s got her pep back in her step and she now looks forward to eating."

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"I gave our 2 five month old pups a bath with this and it seemed to help with their itchiness. It made their coats very soft and shiny. I will continue to use this, and can tell more later, since they are still adjusting to being bathed . They love playing in the water in their pool, but the bathtub...not so much 😂"

Mary L.
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"I have 3 dogs and everyone of them does not like their teeth brushed,especially my 13 year old Corgi,so just spraying this on their teeth they have no problem with me doing this and so far I have no more stinky breath & their teeth are alot cleaner."

5 Problems That Fleas Can Cause

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5 Problems That Fleas Can Cause

Posted by David Louvet on
Updated at: September 19, 2020

5 Problems That Fleas Can Cause

1. Dermatitis

If your pet is allergic to the fleas' saliva, it may get flea bite dermatitis. The bites will cause it to constantly scratch and itch itself. This will cause its skin to get irritated, break open, and form scabs. These scabs can get infected.

2. Tapeworms

If your dog accidentally swallows a flea while scratching, licking, or chewing its skin or hair, it can get tapeworms. Tapeworms develop in the fleas and infest a dog's gut when the fleas are ingested. They are usually less than an inch long, but they can grow much longer than that. They can lead to weight loss and a rear end rash.

3. Anemia

If your pet gets infested with enough fleas, it can lead to anemia. The fleas will bite your pet and cause it to lose blood. Constant blood loss can lead to anemia.

4. Bartonella

It is also possible for a dog or cat to get infected if the fleas are carrying the Bartonella bacteria. This can lead to fever, seizures, lymph node swelling, and more. It can be transmitted to humans as well (this is known as cat scratch fever).

5. Harm to Humans

Dog fleas will usually not seek a human as a host, but they can bite humans.

Biopel Spray Natural Pest Control

It's important to get rid of fleas right away. Make sure to avoid chemical flea prevention products that can cause harm to your pet. Contact us for a year-round all-natural solution. 

For more information on Innovet's BioPel products click here. 

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