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Dog Tick, Flea & Worming Supplies

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DOG TICK, FLEA & WORMING SUPPLIES SPECIALISTS AUSTRALIA

To ensure the long term health of your dog, it’s important to make sure that they are kept up to date with their flea, tick, worm & heartworm treatments.

To protect your pet from parasites and other nasties, Direct To Pet stocks a range of specialised collars, powders & sprays, shampoos as well as flea, tick & worm treatments. 

If not taken proper care of, worms, fleas & ticks will drive your dog insane by causing them to constantly itch, scratch and feel irritated. Unfortunately, these parasites also have the potential to infect you which is why it is best to take of your dog with a flea or tick treatment to prevent your family from getting harmed.

Direct To Pet also accepts payments via Afterpay, Zip Pay, Klarna and Lay buy so you can treat your dog for ticks, fleas & worms now and pay later. We make it easy to shop from the comfort of your own home or while you’re on the go so that you can take control of your time and choice of products. With Afterpay, Zip Pay and Laybuy you can also now take control of your payment. Our Buy Now, Pay Later option is perfect if you are looking to make multiple purchases at once, as you can pay off the entire bill in four easy, interest-free payments. Shop now and pay for your dog flea, tick & worm treatment with Afterpay, Zip Pay and Lay Buy today!

Shopping for flea treatment, worming treatment or tick treatment products with Direct To Pet also means that you are not limited to the brands and options available, we stock many popular brands including Nexgard, Comfortis, Advocate, Sentinel as well as many more.

FLEA TREATMENT FOR DOGS

Fleas are typically more common when weather is humid and in a large majority of Australia fleas are common all year-round. You may notice that your dog has fleas if they become distressed by itching or scratching which will cause significant discomfort.

There are many options available for dog flea treatment including tablets, chews, liquids (which can be applied to the back of your dog’s neck), collars that have pesticide embedded into them, sprays, shampoos & powders. If you are not sure which is best for your pet it is recommended to ask a veterinary specialist who understands your dog’s specific needs.

Different chemicals in the above products are designed for different actions, including the following:

  • Some of the above products work to only treat existing fleas. These products can often be fast-acting to relieve your dog’s current irritations although this will not stop new fleas from quickly coming back
  • Other products will work to affect the adult fleas when they bite your dog - this means that existing fleas as well as new adult fleas that come to your dog are killed
  • Other products disturb/interfere with the life cycle of fleas which makes flea eggs nonviable

Some products will include chemicals that will combat all of the above while others may be highly specific toward targeting just one or two of the above actions for dog flea treatment.

If the flea infestation has become extreme, you may want to consider a fast-acting adult flea killer and then proceed with other measures to ensure long term dog flea protection. Always ask your vet for best practices since it is much easier to prevent a dog flea infestation than to get rid of one.

You may also want to consider treating the whole environment that your dog is in which may include vacuuming or washing or using flea products such as powders or flea bombs. Again, please consult with your dog’s vet as to which products work best for your specific situation.

TICK TREATMENT FOR DOGS

While fleas may cause discomfort or irritation for your dog, ticks if not treated correctly could have severe implications. Depending on advice from your pet as well as the environmental conditions of where you leave, tick protection may or may not be necessary for all dogs although no tick preventative is 100% effective so it is crucial to check your pets every day.

If you also have cats in your house, consider using products on your dog that are cat-safe. Consult with your vet regarding which products are best for dog tick treatment.

WORM TREATMENT FOR DOGS

It is recommended that adult dogs are treated for worms at least every 3 months. It may also be recommended to you by a vet that if your pet is in contact with younger children or the elderly to have your dog wormed more often.

It’s worth noting that young puppies are more prone to the health consequences brought about by worms than adult dogs are which means they also need to be wormed more regularly. Always check the label of the products, especially when worming young puppies since the minimum age of use may vary. If you are unsure, it is worth consulting your vet for advice. 

BUY DOG FLEA TREATMENT, DOG TICK TREATMENT & WORMING TREATMENT FOR DOGS ONLINE WITH AFTERPAY, ZIP PAY AND LAY BUY

Direct To Pet’s dog flea treatment, tick treatment & worming treatment products are shipped directly from Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Australia. Direct To Pet ships to all corners of Australia including Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Canberra and more. Tablets, chews, liquids, flea or tick collar, sprays, shampoos & powders you will be able to find the perfect dog parasite treatment for your beloved pet. Shop Today and enjoy peace of mind with Afterpay, Zip Pay and Lay buy.

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