Ectoparasites are critters, such as fleas and ticks, that nestle in the skin or fur of animals. These not only cause discomfort to your animal, but can also transmit diseases and even cause skin conditions.
Endoparasites are critters that dwell in your animal’s digestive tract. Not only can they cause digestive problems, but they also pose a risk to the environment, including humans.
Our pets are therefore best treated regularly. Prevention is better than cure. This is even more important for animals that come into contact with infectious disease risk groups, the so-called YOPIs (young, old, pregnant, immunosuppressed).
We are happy to work with you to draw up a personalised schedule that takes into account the efficacy of the products, your animal’s risk profile, your preferences and what is feasible for the animal.