There are many natural alternatives that deter external parasites, like fleas and ticks, and are safe for your pet. We have an array of options at our clinic, including:
It’s important to routinely check your pets for ticks
Ticks can carry Lyme and other tick borne diseases. They are not always easy to spot, so during the peak of tick season it’s important to check your pets at least twice a day. Peak season is beginning now and lasts until late fall.
Suggested steps for removing ticks from your pet
Symptoms that your pet may have Lyme
If your pet shows signs of 1 or more of these symptoms, contact your veterinarian. The sooner diagnosis and treatment can begin, the sooner your furry friend will feel better.
What can you do if your pet has Lyme Disease?
Here at MASH, we have had great success treating Lyme using alternative therapies. We leverage a combination of Ultraviolet Blood Therapy (UVBI), Ozone therapy, and Chinese Herbs to help your pet fight back and get healthy. The UV light kills most viruses and bacterias and stimulates healthy cells while ozone creates an oxygen rich environment that helps to reduce the inflammation associated with the disease.