Fleas, Ticks, Heartworms – The Wholisitc Truth
Fleas, ticks, heart worms – parasites that “bug” our dogs.
Have you ever wondered why some dogs and cats have severe flea problems, while others are hardly bothered by the little pests? Fleas being present on your pet can be an indicator of the animal’s general health. Parasites in general, and fleas in particular, are most attracted to the weak, unhealthy, or very young animal whose immune system is not functioning well. The best flea prevention is to reduce your pet’s susceptibility to fleas by improving his/her health.
In the conventional veterinary industry, the fact that parasites (worms, heartworm, fleas, ticks, etc.) will attach themselves to a sick animal before they will attach to a healthy animal, is hardly ever made known to the pet loving public however, I want you to know the facts about fleas and ticks – the “wholistic” truth!Â
People that have dogs or cats with fleas, multiple ticks, skin problems, allergies, digestive problems and behavioral problems are spending hundreds of dollars at the veterinarian on flea, tick and heart worm pesticides, antibiotics, steroids, tranquilizers, and other medications.
The sad but all too truthful fact is that these toxic chemicals, antibiotics, steroids, and many other medications take a serious toll on the pet’s internal organs and immune systems. The animal’s problems become a never-ending circle of medication and sickness. Skin problems, allergies and flea infestations are in reality, just the obvious outward signs/symptoms of a nutritional deficiencies and toxic overload.
We are all bombarded with advertising on how to kill parasites/pests (fleas, ticks, heartworms, intestinal worms) with toxic, lethal chemicals of all types and strengths for all sizes and breeds of dogs or cats. More then likely, you have been using some of these chemicals that your veterinarian has prescribed and sold to you. You may even be one of the increasingly many that have even seen your dog go into an epileptic seizure almost immediately upon being administered one of the lethal chemicals sold to the unsuspecting public to “protect” their cherished little companion. Are you aware that there are some dogs and cats that are actually killed when these chemical products are administered to them?
There are safe, all natural means of truly preventing parasites from thriving on and in your pets! Â Read the entire article HERE