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Protecting Your Furry Friends This Fall With #TickFreeFall

My cat Pookie, who is 2 years old, is such a rascal. He loves watching the birds outside and then running out the door to get to them! While he is an indoor cat, we still have to protect him for when he gets outside.

We have a large deer population in our town and deer carry ticks. So with deer walking past our backyard regularly, we need to have our cats protected.

Did you know that ticks, fleas and mosquitos are still active during the fall season? In fact, some species of ticks, such as the American Dog Tick and the Deer Tick, are more active during the transition into fall. Fleas also survive happily in a nice warm home.

Fleas and Ticks are dangerous to both pets and humans.  Ticks carry deadly diseases such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

PetArmor kills all four major types of ticks, containing the No.1 vet-recommended active ingredient Fipronil, which is used in most top brands. And for the value, it is much cheaper than most other brands of the same effectiveness.

Be sure to take care of your furry friends and check out PetArmor!

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For more information about products that can protect your pet from fleas and ticks this fall visit petarmor.com. Additional background information about ticks can be found at TickEncounter.org.

Disclaimer: I am part of the Mom It Forward blogger network. Mom It Forward and Petarmor partnered in support of this campaign. Petarmor compensated me for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Reader Comments (1)

This is good information, thank you!

October 3, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMary

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