The dangers of mosquitoes and how to save our cubs

by Davis Wendy Davis Wendy

One of the great things that will happen this fall is that the Mosquito is gone. (Even if it's temporary) Many times, it doesn't just bother us. But mosquitoes are also dangerous for our dogs and humans. Mosquitoes carry disease, and they seem to get worse every year if you live in Southern California, where new mosquitoes are emerging. Starting to breed from that area. This could be due to climate change or any natural ingredient, something Californians need to be prepared for.

New species of mosquitoes are entering the city.

Garden Mosquito (Asian Tiger Mosquito) These mosquitoes are not scary, just their names. Their poison is very dangerous. They were first introduced by bamboo boats in the 1950s. Another species of Aedes aegypti, believed to have come from South America, is also developing itself in the area.

The reason why we should worry about Aedes Because it is known that Aedes aegypti loves to eat humans. But even so, pets are not always immune to their fangs. The Aedes mosquito tends to bite people in areas below the knee. Since these are hard to see and they are very aggressive, they tend to bite multiple times, one more thing to keep in mind is how they spawn. They can lay eggs in dry places. Yes, and with just a drop of water, the larvae are ready to hatch. Even the egg has been booked for a year

So now you can see if they are dangerous to the pets and to the people of Southern California. The probability of a mosquito bite in Southern California can happen all year. They cannot let the extremely cold winter air kill mosquitoes. Because mosquitoes can last for an entire year So Southern Californians must make sure their pets are fully vaccinated at all times. To prevent both heartworm Disease caused by West Nile virus Liver fever and other pathogens .

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How can I protect myself and my dog ​​from mosquitoes?

Mosquito-borne diseases are very serious and life-threatening. Where both you and your dog can fall victim to. You need to look for all-natural products. Because sometimes chemical products are just as dangerous. For safety protection for you and your dog. From now on, we will introduce what is enough to help prevent mosquitoes.

Using natural essential oils They are commonly used as lemongrass, lemon eucalyptus, they are quite effective against mosquitoes. And it also contains essential oils from plants that help fight insects such as lavender, rosemary, thyme and mint. Use little by little as it is already quite effective for dogs. Or you can feed your dog garlic. As it can also help protect against insects.

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