Pet Flea Control
Langley Animal Hospital has a full range of pet flea control options so that we can make sure that your pet gets the treatment that is right for them, not just a generic “one shoe fits all” treatment.
To understand pet flea control, the flea life cycle must first be understood. Below is a video illustration of the multi-stages that fleas go through resulting in adults that are found on dogs, cats and wildlife in the lower mainland area.
Flea Life Cycle
Flea treatment should be done monthly to prevent home infestations, just a few adults can lay hundreds of eggs a day huge infestations can develop rapidly.
The highest times for flea infestations are early spring all the way through till late autumn. The recommendation is to maintain flea control throughout the year.
Our pet hospital stocks an extensive range of flea and worm (parasite) treatments in order to tailor the treatment to best meet your pet’s needs. All Langley veterinary products are prescription based which means two things.
- That they are guaranteed to be effective when used correctly unlike many of the products sold in pet or grocery stores.
- Dispensing of these medications can only be done if the animal has been seen at the clinic at some time or has valid prescription from another clinic
Easy to Apply Pet Flea Treatments
- Fleas; adults and juveniles
- Fleas: present in the house.
- Worms of all ages and types.
- Ticks and lice treatments.
For more information about pet flea specific products see below:
Pet Flea Control Products
- Advantage multi
- Sentinel – dogs only
- Advantix – dogs only
Pet Flea Only Products
- Advantage II
Worm Only Products
- Milbemax – cats only
- Profender – cats only
Contact us about pet flea control veterinary options.