Welcome to this immensely insightful episode of the Sexier than a Squirrel podcast, your one-stop education shop for all things dog training, health and wellness!
Spring is in the air in the UK and the northern hemisphere, so that means it’s time to consider ticks, bugs, worms, fleas and all the creepy crawlies that are on their way!
When it comes to parasite prevention, many dog owners often take a traditional, blanket approach to their dog’s wellbeing – with the age-old advice of popping chemicals on or in our dogs on a regular basis without pausing to reconsider the risks involved with regular use of these pesticides and chemicals, not only to us and our dogs but the environment as well!
Did you know that some of the chemicals used in parasite prevention treatments have been banned in agriculture for many years because of their detrimental environmental impact?
How do you feel about putting something like that on your dog’s skin?
What about being exposed to it yourself and exposing your family members to it?
We aren’t too comfortable with the idea either, so we decided that it’s time to start asking different questions when it comes to parasite prevention for our furry family members!
In this episode, we want to empower you to be your dog’s very best advocate. We want to help you wake up and ask better questions when it comes to your dog’s health and the chemical products you feed them or use on and around them.
From discovering more natural ingredients and alternatives to help with parasite reduction and prevention, to providing top tips and advice on how you can form a more tailored approach to your dog’s parasite prevention plan bespoke to your individual dog(s), this episode has it all!
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So, how can YOU treat smarter, not harder when it comes to parasite prevention for your dog? Jump in and have a listen – and while you’re here leave a review for us and share with us what was your biggest takeaway!
Remember, when you know better, you do better!