Flea and Tick Preventatives: Topical, Oral or Collar?

There are so many tick and flea preventatives available, it can be overwhelming to decide which are the best options for your cat or dog. To help understand the differences between topical, collar and oral preventatives, we’ve listed some of the pros and cons for each application method. However, your pet’s veterinarian is always the best person to ask about which tick and flea prevention and control methods are appropriate for your pet.

Pros and Cons of Flea and Tick Preventative Applications Infographic | Diamond Pet Foods

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The information in this blog has been developed with our veterinarian and is designed to help educate pet parents. If you have questions or concerns about your pet’s health or nutrition, please talk with your veterinarian.

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