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Feline Flea Terminator- Advantage II for My Cats

 

Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/12/2014 -- The flea is the most common external parasite affecting pets throughout the world. The flea is so common that there is in fact over 300 varieties of this pest just in northern America alone. The most common species of flea is the Ctenocephalides felis, better known as the cat flea. The cat flea can not only affect felines but dogs and even humans for a short period of time. The flea is a reoccurring parasite, thriving in seasonal areas of the world.

Ailment Associated with Product:
The Flea is a parasitic organism, meaning they must rely on another creature for survival. The flea has four life stages; egg, larva, cocoon, and adult. The flea will wait in its cocoon form until the presence of carbon dioxide (gas exhaled from mammal) is present, awakening the flea. This flea than attaches itself to the pet by biting and cementing itself with secreted saliva on to the pet.

Fleas can cause a number of health problems to a feline. Aliments in which fleas can cause include; allergy induced dermatitis, anemia, and skin lesions. Allergy induced dermatitis is a skin allergy caused by the saliva of a flea. Flea allergy dermatitis can be caused by a single flea as the pet will break out in hives or small pyritic lesions. Skin lesions are defines as infectious sores on the skin. Fleas’ bites cause pets to scratch at themselves vigorously. This violent scratching often opens the skin, allowing bacteria to enter the wound and cause infection.

Anemia is defined as a condition in which the individual contains a lower population of blood cells than what is necessary for body functions. Female fleas consume approximatly13.6 micro liters (+/- 2.7 micro liters) of blood per day, which was equivalent to 15.15 times their body weight. If a cat is heavily contaminated with fleas, blood levels decrease and cause anemia. A pet with anemia will display signs such as; pale mucus membranes, lack of energy, decrease in appetite or thirst, and in extreme cases death.

Product to cure ailment:
Advantage II is a monthly flea preventative for cats that offers comprehensive flea protection by killing adult fleas, larvae, and eggs. This monthly preventative is a topical medication that works with the natural oils of the feline’s skin. Advantage II is uniquely formulated to fight against not only adult fleas, but larvae stage fleas as well.

Advantage II has a two step termination process, using both active ingredients of Imidacloprid and Pyriproxyfen. First, Imidacloprid paralyses and kills the adult biting fleas, preventing reproduction of new fleas. Secondly, Pyriproxyfen prevents hatching of the flea larvae, therefore, terminating the problem completely. Advantage II for felines is a relatively safe medication as it is labeled to be used in cats 8 weeks of age and older.

Commonly affected breed, Breed description, and secondary aliments:
Fleas and chewing lice affect cats of all breeds, age, and gender. Fleas and lice tend to infect pets during warmer times of the year. Infection rates are higher in pets which live in warm geographic locations..

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