Protect Your Cats From Fleas All Year Round With New Vectra for Cats(R)
FORT LEE, N.J., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- As temperatures start to cool
down in the fall, pet owners sometimes feel more relaxed about the need for
using flea control products on their pets. This is a false sense of
According to Dr. George G. Doering, who is a dermatology specialist ...
Monthly Pet Pill Could Kill Fleas, Ticks
... July 2 (HealthDay News) --
Controlling ticks and fleas
is drudgery for countless pet owners. Now, researc...ease-carrying invaders.
Many pet owners control fleas
and ticks by applying medicated drops to the skin ...ed nodulisporic acid effectively and safely killed fleas
and ticks in dogs and cats.
The findings were p...
Proactive Pet Care Essential in Low Cash Times, Says NOAH
...u can take are to ensure regular exercise for your pet, check and treat for fleas
to avoid skin problems, and vaccinate against important diseases.
&qu...appropriate exercise and stimulation for body and mind.
Left untreated, fleas
can cause more than a simple itch - they can lead to serious skin problems ...
Pesticide Residue Common on Kitchen Floors
...cluded piperonyl butoxide (52 percent), cypermethrin (46 percent) and fipronil (40 percent), a relatively new residential-use insecticide used to kill fleas
and ticks on pets, termites and ants and cockroaches in bait traps, according to the study.
The insecticide concentration was mostly low, the study...
Nonprofit Goes RVing to Promote Pet and Human Health
...ds that pet owners use easy-to-administer preventive medicines year-round to control internal and external parasites - such as roundworms, heartworms, fleas
and ticks for the life of their dog or cat, no matter where they live.
"If you prevent parasitic infections in companion animals, you greatly red...
Fleas and Ticks and Mosquitoes! Oh My!
...iple-action formula that provides quick killing of fleas
in 2 hours and is proven to kill adult fleas
within 6 hours, while controlling all immature sta... just some of the diseases associated with fleas. fleas
multiply rapidly, and can survive in pet beds, car...
Summit VetPharm Offers New Flea Topical Vectra for Dogs & Puppies(TM) For Long-Lasting Protection
...livers Safe and Effective Control of All Stages of fleas
FORT LEE, N.J., April 15 /PRNewswire/... product that protects your dog from all stages of fleas
-- adults, eggs, larvae and pupae. Vectra for Dogs...
Kills adult fleas; starts killing fleas
within 2 hours
Provides ongoing protection...
New Vectra 3D(TM) Promotion Benefits New Horizons Service Dogs
...ce dog program. "Since our organization is in Florida, it is important that the dogs and puppies are protected with Vectra 3D(TM) all year round since fleas
and ticks are an issue in this area throughout the year," said Ms. Severt. "That is why we are very excited that our dogs are the recipients of free p...
Lights Out For Bed Bugs as "BEST YET" Cedar Oil Solution Solves International Bed Bug Dilemma
... State University, commissioned by the USDA, challenged him to formulate a safe, non-toxic solution requested by the Armed Forces for relief from sand fleas
plaguing our military in the Mid East. Glassel finally achieved the precise cedar oil combination with assistance from an Industry leader.
California Veterinarians Recognize National Pet Week With Tips to Keep Your Animal in a Safe Environment
...ations against common
diseases and preventative medicines for internal parasites like roundworms,
heartworms and tapeworms and external parasites like fleas
or ticks and ear
For media interviews with a California veterinarian regarding this
issue, please contact Phil Boerner at the CVMA: 916-649-0...
Fleas in Medical Technology
Fleas in Medical Dictionary
Flea is the common name for insects of the order Siphonaptera which are wingless insects whose mouthparts are adapted for piercing skin and sucking blood. . Fleas
are external parasites, living by hematophagy off the blood of... Adult fleas
are not only a nuisance to humans and their pe...
...e adult stages, ticks attach to a living host and feed on the host's blood. ... Showing our little lion dogs off to the rest of the world! ... fleas
• Ticks • Lice • Babesiosis • Natural Flea & Mosquito Remedies ... The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Departm...
...orm infection is the presence of live tapeworms in the intestine. ... Tapeworms are intestinal parasites of the cat (and dog) ... Control of fleas
is the cornerstone of preventing tapeworm infection . ... Lifestyle, fitness & health information about Tapeworm Infection . ... Conver...
...is transmitted from rodent ... The Centers for Disease Control and Preventon ... In North America, plague is found in certain animals and their fleas
from the ... Get information on plague types (bubonic, pneumonic, septicemic), symptoms and ... and signs of the different types of plague ? W...
...n eosinophil is a type of white blood cell that is commonly associated with ... Eosinophil counts will go up on a blood test when a pet has fleas
or worms or ... ...
...reaks. Medieval demography ... The Centers for Disease Control and Preventon ... In North America, plague is found in certain animals and their fleas
from the ... The Centers for Disease Control and Preventon ... Bubonic plague should be suspected when a person develops a swollen gland, fev...
.... Bruising or Black Eye (Ecchymosis) ... Insect Bites . Insects in the Ear. Syrup of Ipecac. Lacerations Without Stitches ... About Flea Bites . fleas
are small, blood-sucking insects that feed on humans and ... About Sand Flea Bites . How to Make a Natural Bug Repellent. How Fast Do ... Prevent...
Fleas in Biological News
Studies of small water fleas help ecologists understand population dynamics
(Santa Barbara, Calif.) A study of populations of tiny water fleas
is helping ecologists to understand population dynamics, which may lead to predictions about the ecological consequences of environmental change.
The study is published in today's issue of the journal Nature . The water flea, ...
New antifreeze protein found in fleas may allow longer storage of transplant organs
A new antifreeze protein discovered in tiny snow fleas
by Queen's University researchers may lengthen the shelf life of human organs for transplantation.
Drs. Laurie Graham and Peter Davies, from the Department of Biochemistry, found that the potent protein produced by the fleas
to protect themse...
Persistent pollutant may promote obesity
...Tributyltin affects sensitive receptors in the cells of animals, from water fleas
to humans, at very low concentrationsa thousand times lower than pollutants...ributyltin and similar chemicals. Tributyltin impairs reproduction in water fleas
through its effects on a receptor similar to the RXR. In addition, tributyl...
BioScience tip sheet, December 2008
...esticide on high-value food crops. It is also found in fish and shellfish. Tributyl tin affects sensitive receptors in the cells of animals from water fleas
to humans at concentrations of parts per billiona thousand times lower than pollutants that are known to interfere with sexual development of wildlife...
Queen's University biologists find new environmental threat in North American lakes
...logical Environmental Assessment and Research Laboratory (PEARL). "The good news is that we have found the 'miner's canary' in the form of these water fleas
that track the decline in calcium levels. The bad news is that many lakes have already passed these critical thresholds."
Scientists discover 21st century plague
...s nobilis , a flea that lives on bank voles, was shown to transmit different species of Bartonella bacteria. These pathogens have also been found in fleas
that live on gerbils, cotton rats and brown rats.
"We analysed bacteria found in Rattus norvegicus in Taiwan. The brown rat is also the most com...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- July 16, 2008
Scientists in Illinois and Pennsylvania are reporting development of a way to make the antifreeze protein that enables billions of Canadian snow fleas
to survive frigid winter temperatures. Their laboratory-produced first-of-a-kind proteins could have practical uses in extending the storage life of d...
Cat fleas' journey into the vacuum is a 'one-way trip'
... COLUMBUS , Ohio Homeowners dogged by household fleas
need look no farther than the broom closet to solv...m. Scientists have determined that vacuuming kills fleas
in all stages of their lives, with an average of 96 percent success in adult fleas
and 100 percent destruction of younger fleas.
Scientists find how amber becomes death trap for watery creatures
...dreds of millions of years? We dont have the answers to those questions until we look at the fossil record.
Insects such as bees, spiders, tics and fleas
that become embedded in amber have received a great deal of attention because they are so abundant, Dilcher said. Unfortunately, people have overlooke...
Plague proteome reveals proteins linked to infection
...ne designers in their quest to disrupt the microbe’s ability to infect.
Y. pestis is the bacterium that caused the infamous Black Death plagues. fleas
are vectors for the disease and can spread it to rodent and human hosts. This study mimicked environmental conditions of Y. pestis in flea and in mamm...
Fleas in Biological Definition
...is, and laid it down as an observed fact that some animals spring from putrid matter, that plant lice arise from the dew which falls on plants, that fleas
are developed from putrid matter, that mice come from dirty hay , and so forth. Alexander Ross, in commenting on Sir Thomas Browne 's doubt as to...
...d without fertilization by a male .
Parthenogenesis occurs naturally in some lower plants (called agamospermy ), invertebrates (e.g. water fleas
, aphids ) and some vertebrates (e.g. lizards , salamanders , some fish , and even turkeys ). Parthenogenetic populations are typically all-fem...