Removing ticks without shaving? yes it’s possible.

Ticks Spread Like Wildfire… And By The Time You Noticed One, Your House Is Probably Infested! Ticks don’t only affect dogs but human and they spread diseases like LYME

A single female pregnant #tick can lay OVER 5000 eggs within 10 days.

Suitcases, cracks & crevices , bed frames , backpacks, handbags and even items of furniture, such as wardrobes and sofas all provide #ticks with free travel to a new and exciting place to live.

This can be a permanent problem and things only get worse over time.. Yes we provide de-ticking services without shaving. Of course shaving would be the better option as it enables us to see under the skin for any eggs or baby ticks.

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5 Tips For Keeping Your Cats Flea Free In Singapore

In our tropical Singapore, flowers are not the only thing that warmer weather brings, fleas pop up too. Preventing flea infestations on your cat and in your house is really important for the health of your pets and family. Stop infestations before they start because it is a lot of work to get rid of them once they are there.

Tip #1: Keep your cat indoors.

Fleas live and breed outdoors (when they have a choice). Cats that go outside are at much greater risk of encountering fleas. Keeping your cat indoors could keep your cat from ever coming into contact with fleas.

Tip #2: Get flea treatments for all of your pets.

There are a few ways that an indoor cat can become infested with fleas.

  • If you have both cats and dogs, the dogs could bring fleas inside to your cats.
  • Visiting pets could bring fleas into your home and transfer them to your cat.
  • Fleas that happen to snag a ride on you or your clothing can also end up on your cat.

There are a variety natural and chemical (Frontline, Revolution, etc) flea prevention treatments available. Discuss a flea preventative treatment for your pets with your vet. DO NOT use a treatment made for dogs on a cat. Some chemicals used in flea treatments for dogs are toxic to cats. Treating all of your pets ensures that none of them will be bringing fleas into your home and that fleas will not be transferred from one pet to another.

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Tip #3: Vacuum your floor and furniture.

Once fleas get in your home, they love to get into the carpet and on your bed’s, upholstered furniture, wardrobes etc. Vacuuming can remove adult fleas and flea eggs from your flooring and furniture. Please be reminded to wash the internal of your vacuum after use. Be sure to use the crevice tool and get all of the corners where fleas could hide. If you have reason to suspect that there may be fleas in your home, after vacuuming, throw the vacuum bag away outdoors.

Tip #4: Machine wash the cat’s bedding in hot water.

If there are fleas in your home, they are likely to congregate in areas your cats and other pets spend most of their time. Use high heat settings to machine wash and dry your cat’s bedding. The heat can kill any fleas that have gotten onto the cat’s bed or blankets. Another alternative is to sun your pet beddings.

Tip #5: Keep the yard clean.

When outside, fleas like to live and breed in grassy and brush filled areas that are moist and out of the direct sunlight. Fleas won’t be as attracted to your yard if there is no tall grass or brush to hide in. Fewer fleas in your yard means fewer opportunities for outdoor pets to come into contact with them.


If all else fails, contact us for professional treatment before the infestation gets out of hand. Speak to us at 85262622, your reliable partners in ticks & fleas control.

Ways to prevent ticks & fleas from your pets in Singapore.

Ways to prevent ticks & fleas from your pets in Singapore.

Fleas and ticks are among the most common causes of concern among pet owners in Singapore. In most cases, they cause discomfort for your cat or dog, but in some cases, they can lead to more serious complications. 

For example, ticks, can cause blood loss, anemia, tick paralysis, skin irritations and infections, and more serious tick-borne illnesses, including Lyme Disease and Cytauxzoonosis:
Lyme Disease:  Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection that affects not only dogs, cats and other mammals, but also people. It is transmitted by the deer tick, which is very small and virtually impossible to spot on your pet in its early stages. The symptoms of Lyme Disease include swelling of the lymph nodes, loss of appetite, fever, swollen, painful joints and, in some cases, kidney failure.
Cytauxzoonosis: this is a lethal infection caused by tick bites. It is more common in the south and is carried primarily by bobcats, which can transmit it to domestic cats, for whom the disease is fatal. Symptoms include high fever, loss of appetite, difficulty breathing, jaundice, coma and, eventually, death.
Fleas and ticks can be prevented and treated relatively simply, especially if their presence is caught early on.  Following are 7 of the most effective treatments for fleas and ticks.
Over-the-counter spot-on medications

You can obtain spot-on medications from your veterinarian, pet stores or online. Spot-on treatments are typically effective for about a month. While these medications are generally safe to use, it’s important to read instructions on the label carefully, or to consult with your vet, before you apply them.

Oral medications
There are few oral medications which are effective in killing both ticks and immature fleas. You generally give your pet a pill once a month to keep ticks and fleas at bay. 
Medicated shampoos will usually kill ticks on contact. Shampoos are effective to protect your dog during the peak of tick season, but you will need to use them more frequently than spot-on treatments or oral medications—usually once every two weeks.

Tick collars are one of the best preventative measures, but they typically protect only the neck and head from ticks. You need to make sure the collar is in direct contact with your dog or cat’s skin for it to be effective, and that you cut off any excess length to prevent them from chewing on it. Tick collars can cause allergic reactions in some dogs. If you notice any adverse side effects from a tick collar, contact your veterinarian immediately.
It’s important when using powders to ensure they kill ticks in addition to fleas, and that they are appropriate for your pet’s age. Powders can irritate their mouth or lungs if inhaled—to be safe, use small amounts, which you should rub slowly into your pet’s skin, and don’t get any of the powder into their face or eyes. 

Tick sprays
Sprays work great when applied in between shampoos and dips, if you plan to take your dog into tick-infested areas, and although cats are fairly resistant to Lyme, if you have an outdoor cat. As with powders, be careful not to get any of the spray in your pet’s facial area.
The several treatments you can purchase to prevent and control fleas and ticks are generally easy to use and safe, but it’s always a good idea to check with your veterinarian before you use them, especially if your dog or cat has any other health problems. If you need advice about treating your dog or cat for fleas or ticks.

If all else fails & you still see ticks & fleas in your home, leave it to the professionals. Call to set up a free inspection by
our ticks & fleas experts at +6585262622