Seneca Lake Vet
Barbara Kauffman, DVM
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Don't be fooled by the cooler weather!  Many insects, including ticks, are still active down to 45 degrees Fahrenheit!  They can also "go dormant" during colder temperatures just to become active again as soon as the sun comes out and warms things back up for a day or two.

Be sure to keep your pets protected from deadly diseases such as Lyme and Heartworm year-round by preventing the transmission from Ticks and Mosquitos!


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