Flea Allergy Dermatitis

  lea allergy dermatitis occurs in pets that are hypersensitive (allergic) to flea saliva. Discomfort and itching are among the first signs of flea allergy dermatitis. Flea allergy dermatitis can be more severe during warm and humid weather, when fleas are more active.
  ets usually spend so much time grooming themselves to relieve their
itching that they remove most of the fleas. Since they are so allergic to the
bites, even one or two bites a month can cause severe itching, and oftentimes even worse problems can arise. Hot spots can occur from biting and licking which in turn can lead to secondary skin infections, lowering your pet's health and resistance to fleas even further.
Frontline Advantage II Program Flea Control Fiproguard Max

Sentry Oatmeal Flea & Tick Shampoo Fresh 'N Clean Flea & Tick Conditioning Shampoo Advantage Treatment Shampoo for Dogs Vita-Soothe Aloe & Oatmeal Shampoo

  Extreme itchiness
Scratching, licking and biting at a specific area; in dogs often on the base of their tail, and cats
    around their neck.

Skin lesions from biting, and secondary skin infections
Skin damage
Hot Spots
Alopecia
Frequent occurrences of tapeworm infection, from ingesting fleas carrying tapeworm eggs.

  reatment of flea allergy dermatitis primarily involves the prevention of fleas from coming into contact with your pet. This is done by eliminating adult and immature fleas in the environment. There are many products available and it is important to remember that the product(s) used must also repel fleas. Here's some products that will help your pet out.
Green Pet Fleaze-Off
(8 oz)
Zodiac FleaTrol Fogger 3 pack (6 oz) EcoPure Flea & Tick Spray (0.5 oz) Vet's Best Natural Flea & Tick Yard & Kennel Spray (32 oz)

Sentry Flea & Tick Collar for Dogs & Cats "FURminator® Dog Grooming Dual Brush Advantage House & Yard












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