As warm weather to come will see fleas hatching, transforming, and infesting dogs and cats, company’s special coupon will be helpful to many, Advecta reports
EAGLE, Idaho – March 31, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
The fleas that trouble so many dogs and cats typically give pets a rest through winter, normally gearing back up to bite only later in spring. With nearly invisible flea eggs now becoming ready to hatch and start the cycle anew, pet owners will do well to prepare.
As detailed at the company’s website at http://advecta3.com, Advecta™ offers a full range of affordable flea and tick control products that incorporate the same active ingredients found in competitors that cost far more. For a limited time, visitors to advecta3.com can also obtain a coupon good for a discount on Advecta 3 or any of the company’s other products. With fleas now getting ready to attack pets across the country again, the special coupon will be useful to many pet owners. Advecta products are available at Target, Menards, Walmart, Amazon, and other retailers.
“Fleas can certainly be frustrating, troublesome little creatures, especially for pets and their owners,” said an Advecta representative. “From annoying conditions like allergy-related dermatitis to serious issues like flea-induced anemia, guarding against the problems that fleas can cause for dogs and cats is always the best policy. Every winter, flea eggs lay invisibly dormant in homes and other protected places, only hatching after spring sets in. With flea season to begin soon across much of the United States, we’re proud to offer a special coupon that will make effective protection even more affordable. Our products use the same active ingredients as others costing much more, and the new coupon will make them even more cost-effective as flea season draws near.”
Although there are an estimated 2,000 species of fleas found worldwide, the common cat flea accounts for the vast majority of infestations in the United States. All fleas proceed through four stages of life, with resilient eggs laid in batches of up to thirty each day by a single mother often lying dormant for months until conditions are right.
With spring now underway throughout the United States, those fleas eggs will begin hatching in the near future. Within two weeks, newly hatched flea larvae can transform into opportunistic pupae that wait within protective cocoons until ready to make their final leap as adults to a dog or cat host.
As one of the best-reviewed companies of its kind, Advecta offers a full range of flea, tick, and lice control and elimination products that can break this annoying and sometimes dangerous cycle. With flea season on the way once again, visitors to the Advecta website will find a special coupon good for a discount on any of the company’s already-affordable products.
Helping dogs and cats stay healthy and happy, Advecta offers a full range of flea, tick, and lice control products that provide long-lasting, fast-acting protection.
For more information, please visit http://advecta3.com/
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