How many mistakes have you made in insecticide treatment for pets?

Summer is approaching quietly. Everything is recovering. Temperature and air humidity are always just right. Even parasites like this season very much. They are everywhere, lurking around us and pets. Parasitic parasites are not only harmful to pets, but also infectious diseases of small animals to human beings.

Do you always feel that your pet doesn’t need insect repellent?

I always feel like I’ve been there before. Don’t I use it now?

Is that really the case?

About Insect-repellent in vivo

Myth 1: My pet has no worms!

Many people believe that their kittens and puppies never go out, and do not contact other kittens and puppies, so there must be no parasites in the body. In fact, because animals have the habit of lying on the ground and licking their bodies, it is inevitable to suffer from parasitic diseases in vivo – even pets that never go out will suffer from parasitic diseases. Why do you say that? When returning from the public toilet, the eggs may stick to the sole of the shoe and be brought into the house, thus indirectly touching the pet and infecting it.

Error 2: Insect repellent once a year!

Unlike vaccines, insecticides can only last for three months and repel insects regularly, which can fundamentally prevent parasitic diseases in vivo.

Misconception 3: No worms in feces, no worms in pets!

Pets usually do not have worms in their faeces, or even after insect repellent pets have not yet seen the discharge of parasites, does that mean that there are no worms in pets? Otherwise, parasites may not develop into adults or spread around in the form of eggs. So “no see” and “no”. It is absolutely impossible not to repel worms regularly because you have never seen parasites in your feces.

Misconception 4: Pets have no symptoms, no insect repellent!

Deworming is as important as vaccines! Deworming, like vaccines most of the time, is preventive – it’s too late for symptoms to occur! You know, intestinal obstruction can only be repaired by surgery, and blindness is an irreparable injury, whether for pets or family members, regular preventive deworming is responsible.

On in vitro insecticidal treatment

Misconception 1: No ectoparasites were found during the examination, and no insect repellent was needed.

Regular removal of ectoparasites in summer is as preventive as vaccines. Can prevent the parasitic or biting of the surface parasites, why must we wait until there are parasites to start the insect repellent? The best way to treat themselves and pets is prevention-oriented ah!

Myth 2: Pet bathroom service, no insect repellent!

The parasite may leave after biting the animal, so even if no parasite is found on the animal’s surface, it does not mean that the pet is free from fleas. Regular use of in vitro insecticides not only can prevent mites from parasitizing, but also can prevent pets from being bitten by fleas and lice, thus fundamentally preventing the problems caused by in vitro parasites.