Our dog Marley is often the unspoken forgotten about member of our home. He’s well loved by the kiddos and just goes with the flow. He loves people and kids, and is just a really great dog. Now that the rain has started here in the Pacific Northwest the weather is getting cooler. You’ll find Marley curled up on our couch or at night he will try to snuggle in with our kiddos.
I want to be sure on those nights when he is close that not only is he happy and healthy but that’s he’s clean, and lets face it dogs can be dirty! We were sent PetArmor which is an effective solution for flea and tick protection for pets. It’s an easy way to make sure Marley is protected from fleas and ticks and since it’s so simple to apply I can do it every month and not worry about it.
Many pet owners like myself know that you should protect your pets from fleas and ticks during summer but that you should also protect your pet through the fall and winter months as well. In fact many ticks become active during the fall and winter transition periods. Which means that protecting your pet from fleas and ticks is even more so important during the fall.
PetArmor is one of those products that is highly recommended by our veterinarian. PetArmor contains the same No. 1 vet-recommended active ingredient Fipronil found in expensive name brands but is a fraction of the price. It means I can be sure my dog is happy and healthy all winter long and still stick to my budget!
PetArmor is easy to use, we received a box to review and one packaged comes with 3 pipettes. Each month you simply cut open one pipette and apply it to your pet. We have a small dog who weighs 10 pounds so I wanted to be sure that the products I use on him are also safe. There are formulas for dogs and cats of every size so you can easily find the right solution for your pets needs.
It’s better to prevent fleas and ticks then deal with them inside your home or even worse sleeping with your kiddo on a cold winter night!
For more information about products that can protect your pet from fleas and ticks this fall visit petarmor.com. Also be sure to connect with PetArmor on Facebook and PetArmor on Twitter.
This post was compensated by PetArmor as part of my participation in a campaign with the Mom It Forward Blogger Network.