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Tick Fever – Is your dog protected?

Ticks live everywhere in Vietnam and Laos PDR and survive here all year round. ONE bite from ONE tick can cause TICK FEVER. Tick fever is named after a group of diseases (Ehrlichia, Babesia, Anaplasma) that are found together and destroy your dog’s blood cells.

Tick fever can kill.

Tick fever may not show any signs at all for a long time, and then when signs do show it can look like anything! Maybe your dog vomits, maybe he is weak, even his eyes may look bad. It can show suddenly and become worse in a matter of hours. Or it can take weeks for the disease to show signs.

We diagnose dogs with tick fever 3 x a week in our clinic here in Vientiane.

These dogs are usually ALREADY ON tick prevention products. These products DO NOT WORK.

The only products that are effective are Bravecto and Frontline, bought directly from Animal Doctors International clinic.

In Animal Doctors we ensure our products are 100% safe, 100% genuine, 100% effective, imported internationally, with certificates to prove.

Is your dog at risk?

  1. But my dog lives indoors and never go outside.
    1. Your dog is still 100% at risk.
      1. Ticks are found inside the house, throughout the year, 
  2. My dog has an injection/ vaccination to kill ticks for a year.
    1. Your dog is still 100% at risk
      1. There is currently no injection or vaccination that has been proven to prevent tick bites in South East Asia.
  3. I have never seen a single tick on my dog.
    1. Your dog is 100% at risk
      1. Ticks can be the size of a pinpoint, and are masters at hiding! They especially like to live deep inside your dog’s ear!
  4. My dog has had tick fever before so now they are immune.
    1. Your dog is still 100% at risk
      1. Unfortunately dogs can become sick with tick fever many times.

Bravecto and Frontline- cheaper than tick fever diagnosis and treatment!

Please ask us about tick fever and how to prevent it in your dog.