Flea infestation can be dangerous to the pet and can also transmit to the family. A serious flea infestation could potentially cause tapeworm or pale gums, which signals anemia.
Ticks or fleas are tiny in size to really identify or notice unless we are biologically trained or observant. Our precious pets such as dogs are the poor victims to encounter tick or a flea condition. While we try to keep our pets safe by keeping them indoor most of the time, there are outdoor exposures when they do their walks, which place them at risk of picking up the pest.
What happens when a dog is contracted with a flea infestation? Allergy and itch is 1 obvious and common symptom, making them feeling uncomfortable. There will be presence of red patches on the skin, which is contributed from continuous scratching or biting. In some cases, it could turn into an infection. There will also be presence of dirt or “poop”, typically found at the back, near the tail or stomach area.
Very often, both ticks and fleas confused public due to their similarity. Here are some major differences we can learn.
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