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Does Climate Change Impact Flea and Tick Populations?

Climate change is responsible for the proliferation of parasites such as fleas and ticks. This year could get worse as the weather gets hotter.

Key takeaways:

– Climate change has been blamed for the spread of fleas and ticks into new areas and their rising numbers. Urban sprawl could play a part.

– The rise in flea and tick numbers has led to the increase in diseases that affect your pets — Lyme disease, tularemia, and cat scratch fever.

– The rise in temperatures may have a good effect with some diseases — such as anaplasmosis and Powassan fever — as they tend to disappear as the weather becomes warmer.

“Naturally, if flea and tick season – warmer months like summer and fall – lasts longer, the odds increase that your pet could catch a disease.”

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Dr. Deepak Songra BDS (WALES)

A true professional. Deepak has a reputation of being friendly, gentle and understanding dentist. Throughout his career, he has been involved in continuing professional development and enjoys a rewarding and challenging role in training newly qualified dentists and dental therapists in their careers. Dr. Songra enjoys general dentistry and all aspects of cosmetic dentistry, especially in facial aesthetics and teeth whitening.

Pet Dentist was founded in 2015 by Dr. Songra and his wife, Dr. SmitaSongra, also a dentist who has specialized in in the field of facial and dental cosmetics for the past 25 years. Pet Dentist is a family-run business with the aim of offering the best dental products available on the market at very reasonable prices!