We’ve had Yoshi for almost two years now. She’s a great dog and a wonderful addition to the family.
Hartz UltraGuard Plus & treats received.
She loves people, giving hugs, doing tricks, going on walks, playing ball, and sleeping in bed!
When we first got Yoshi it had been many, many years since we last had a dog. When we bought her from the shelter and took her to the vet one of the first things they talked about was protecting her from fleas and ticks. Since it had been long since we had a dog we had forgotten all about that!
Now that nearly two years have gone by we make sure to keep up on her flea and tick prevention regularly and we also like to stay current on pet health. That’s why I was excited about UltraGuard Plus and other Hartz treats for Yoshi.
I was interested to learn that Hartz has launched a “No F&T” campaign, it stands for “no fleas and ticks.” The purpose of the campaign is to educate pet owners on the importance of year-round flea and tick protection.
Did you know that the primary flea season in the United States is April through September but that fleas survive throughout the year?
It’s important to make sure your pet is consistently protected because it mounts a stronger defense against fleas which can pose a threat to your pet and to your home.
The good news is Hartz has a complete line of flea & tick products including collars, shampoos, and home & garden sprays and topical treatments like Hartz UltraGuardPlus.
I was interested to read on the box that the Hartz UltraGuard Plus starts killing fleas within 15 minutes. We don’t have any problems right now with Yoshi and fleas, but it’s great to have this on hand in case we do and as a preventative so we never have to deal with them.
I’m looking forward to the summer and being outside with the family and with Yoshi often and it will be wonderful knowing that she is protected from fleas and ticks. We’ll also be sure to continue using Hartz UltraGuard Plus through the rest of the year to keep her consistently protected and free of fleas & ticks.
To learn more about this campaign follow the hashtag #NOFT on social media.