If your dog loves to frolic under trees, galavant in parks, or roll around in the grass (who doesn’t?), then he or she is no stranger to ticks and fleas. Itching, scratching, and general discomfort are all signs that your pet might have ticks or fleas — and even if you’re diligent about applying preventative medication, it doesn’t mean your pup is immune.
Enter flea and tick shampoo for dogs. These shampoos prevent pests from taking hold of your furry friend, and help get rid of infestations when they happen. But how do they work, and are there natural alternatives to chemical flea and tick medications?