Protect Your Pet from Mosquito Diseases

Risk Update

By The Ascel Bio Editorial Staff

The West Nile Virus map of disease forecasts by Ascel Bio’s bioforecasting team anticipates that West Nile Virus season will peak across the United States in the second half of August, with risks particularly high in July west of the Mississippi. 

Mosquito borne diseases can affect your pets too.  The Ascel Bio editorial team remains concerned about the role animals play in transmission, and recommends considering ways to keep mosquitos away from your pets.


Cats & Dogs Wondercide Flea & Tick & Mosquito Control Spray

A naturally derived spray that kills bugs to prevent mosquito diseases and tick diseases. Product has the Green America seal.

$24.99 on Amazon


Vectra Flea Doses for Small Cats & Kittens

This product kills fleas on young and smaller cats.  Gandhi may come to their rescue, but fleas are annoying and carry typhus.

$33.45 on Amazon


Vectra Flea Doses for Big Cats

We don’t like fleas, because they spread diseases like Typhus and Tularemia.  But you might dislike fleas for other reasons, like cat comfort and happiness.  We’re saying the same thing.

$60.10 on Amazon


Vectra 3D

The Vectra 3D line repels and kills fleas, ticks, mosquitos and other awful little tiny things with icky legs and wings that buzz around annoyingly.

In addition to the smallish dog size pictured, Vectra 3D is sold for dogs that are even smaller, or 21-55 lbs, 56-95 lbs, or over 95 lbs.

$63.28 on Amazon


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The Magazine features editorial picks of things you could purchase that may make your life healthier.  Our team uses forecasts to inform our searches for what you might need, then we write these articles when we find products that address the risks.  Our team may earn money in the form of sales commission if you buy something by clicking on these links.   

Posted on: Jun 27, 2018 | Share:
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