Pet Parasite Control
in Palm Beach Gardens

11262 Legacy Ave,
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Mon – Sat: 10am to 7pm
Sun: 10am to 6pm

Parasites are organisms that inhabit or consume other living things.

Parasites are organisms that inhabit or consume other living things. Fleas and ticks are the most well-known offenders, despite contributing only a small portion of the problem. Other common parasites that affect pets include mites, lice, heartworms, and intestinal parasites. A pet can experience everything from minor annoyances to life-threatening illnesses if parasite infestations are left untreated. Parasites in our pets endanger our health as well.
Fleas are by far the most common parasite on cats and dogs. These insects, in addition to causing skin irritation, spread bacteria that cause cat scratch fever as well as other parasites and diseases such as tapeworms. Heartworms can be transmitted to our pets through mosquito bites. Ticks can spread dangerous infections that can cause Lyme disease, paralysis, anemia, and other complications. Ear mites can irritate our pets’ ears and cause them to scratch excessively. This can cause blood vessels in the ear to burst and the tissue to inflate with blood. These are just a few examples of parasites that our pets may encounter. We provide pet parasite control in Palm Beach Gardens and are here to help your furry friend live a healthy, pest-free life.

Ways To Prevent Parasites in Pets

There are plenty of ways to prevent and treat parasites, thanks to modern veterinary medicine. Here are some important tips for keeping your pet healthy and as safe as possible:

Grooming animals can help reduce the risk of fur contamination and aid in the early detection of an infestation.

Begin routine deworming for pets at a young age.

When working with pets of any age, maintain good personal hygiene.

Consult a veterinarian to ensure you're giving your pet the best, safest treatment possible.

To prevent the spread of worm larvae or eggs, clean up any pet feces.

To avoid tick and flea bites, use topical or ingested preventatives.

Make sure to complete any treatment plan prescribed by your veterinarian.

When it comes to parasite treatment, we’ll make sure your pet gets the best care possible. Each pet will require a different parasite control strategy depending on its age and whether or not an infestation is already present.
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Schedule an Appointment for Parasite Control in Palm Beach Gardens

Please contact us if you suspect that your pet is suffering from a parasitic infection. We offer parasite control in Palm Beach Gardens and are dedicated to ensuring that your pet lives a happy, healthy, parasite-free life.
Palm Beach Gardens Animal Hospital provides parasite control for pets in Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach, Lake Park, Riviera Beach, Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Century Village, and Palm Beach.

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