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  • Lyme Disease In Dogs | Finally! New PetArmor Kills Fleas/ticks But Not The Wallet!

    June 22nd, 2011Adminlyme disease in dogs

    To top it off, Pennsylvania has achieved another coveted title as the number one state in the nation in reported cases of Lyme Disease, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control.

    LYME 101 Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection most people contract from the bite of an infected black-legged (deer) tick. It can be cured through antibiotics if diagnosed in the early stages. However, if left untreated, it can progress into severe arthritis and even a type of meningitis.

    NOTE: Not all deer ticks are infected and even an infected tick must stay attached for 24 to 48 hours to transmit Lyme disease, according to public health officials.

    DING! DING! DING! Pets can also get Lyme disease. Thankfully, there are products such as topical insecticides available to protect pets from ticks. To date, some of the best products on the market have been Frontline Plus, K9 Advantix II, Bio Spot Defense Spot On and Revolution (which ALSO includes protection from the equally fearsome Heartworm). But, they are all… well… pricey. So pricey, that a lot of pet owners have a hard time affording the monthly protection.

    GOOD NEWS: PetArmor has arrived! The active ingredient in PetArmoris fipronil (the same as in Frontline). PetArmor works the same way, providing full-body protection to help keep your pets flea and tick free. PetArmor is just as safe and effective as Frontline except it’s literally half the price and will be available at major retailers. Just like medications we take, the patent on the amazing ingredient “fipronil” found in these leading brands, has expired allowing other companies to now manufacture equal products for less – just like the genetic equivalent that becomes available to us after the patent on name brand medication has expired. No difference in quality, just a major difference in the cost and savings to the customer.

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I CANNOT promote the use of preventative meds for fleas and ticks enough!!!

I’ve had more than one of my rescue Goldens diagnosed with and treated for Lyme’s Disease which they contracted prior to coming into my care and I had to be the one to administer the treatment. All I want to say is you don’t EVER want to have to put your pets through treatment if you don’t have to. The reason, it is a LONG course of treatment and the medication can be hard on your pet’s already infected system.

I often have foster pets coming and going through Hotel Hanna and after speaking with the PetArmor Plus folks (because I’m a crazy, over-protective pet mama), I am sold on their credibility and am now a customer. Oakley has been wearing his PetArmor for over a month now and is doing great! So is my pocket since PetArmor costs HALF what the other name brands cost! THANK YOU, PET ARMOR !

Now, not everyone likes to use insecticide-type topical medications on their pets and seek more holistic alternatives. However, if you use the current leading brands, I am happy to introduce you to Pet Armor. It is currently available at Walmart and Sams Club but check their site often for more locations coming soon.

There is a also new annual vaccine on the market for pets. Ask your vet for more information especially if your pet is exposed to naturally high tick infested areas.

As always, I would like to remind people that those ‘flea collars’ are w-o-r-t-h-l-e-s-s. The only thing they are good for is the trash. Also, the cheap dollar store topical prevention medicine you can get like at the Dollar Store ” please don’t waste your money. Worthless.

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