The nights are getting lighter, the temperatures warmer and the sun is starting to shine, which means pets are starting to spend more time outdoors. This coupled with the peak season for fleas and ticks means the risk of pets getting fleas or being bitten by ticks is on the increase.
Aside to ensuring clients are regularly using the correct treatment on their pets there are additional products worth stocking that can either help to remove, reduce risk, or provide a more holistic approach to prevention, reduction or aftercare should an infestation or bite occur.
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