Winter is not a time to stop parasite control for pets

11/16/2013 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

With ticks and fleas alive and active at temperatures as low as 35 to 40 degrees, owners would be wise to keep pets on parasite control medications through the winter months, writes veterinarian John DeVries. Because they transmit zoonotic disease, fleas, ticks and other pests are of concern for people as well as pets, but a veterinarian can recommend a preventive treatment to keep them at bay.

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