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How To Apply Bravecto Spot-On for Dogs- Companion Animal Vets

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Bravecto spot-on for dogs can be used every 6 months to protect your dog from deadly paralysis ticks. There are a few tricks to applying it that will make your life much easier.

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Paralysis Ticks- Are Your Pets Safe?- Companion Animal Vets

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Paralysis Ticks are found up and down the east coast of Australia. In order to protect your pet there are 3 key things that you need to know.

To get a copy of the tick identification chart referred to in the video use this link which will open in facebook messenger where you will be sent the pdf file: https://go.cavh.com.au/2RIK0Fp

The video mentioned about how to apply Bravecto Spot-on is here: https://youtu.be/qlf1YhhtitQ

Finally a tick prevention for My Cat- Companion Animal Vets

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Lauren introduces us to Bravecto Spot-on, the first decent product we've had to prevent paralysis ticks in cats.

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When is the tick season?- Companion Animal Vets

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This was recorded live as part of our #askthevetlive series on Fridays.

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Product review: scalibor tick collars for dogs

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Scalibor is a new tick collar that is available for dogs. It lasts for 3 months against paralysis ticks and the big advantage is it has no smell! Anyone that has used older tick collars would be aware of the strong chemical smell that they let off- yuk! 

While that is a good point there are downsides to this collar. I would not use it if I regularly took my dog swimming or if I bathed my dog more than fortnightly. 

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