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Hannah and Orca
Head of NPD
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Worm and Tick treatment
Hannah is Head of New Product Development at Itch which means when one of the team has a great idea for a new product, Hannah works tirelessly to bring it to life. When Katie had the idea for an Itch poo bag after a particularly nasty incident featuring her Golden Retriever, Pablo and a pandemic face mask, Hannah brought Bum Bags (Hand’s Best Friend!) into being. She’s also Mum to a beautiful kitty, Orca. Hannah’s a passionate believer in protection and prevention through regular and frequent parasite treatments. Working closely with our expert pharmaceutical partners, Hannah is leading the charge on the Itch Wormer range to ensure that it is super effective and comes in multiple formats that make wormer administration easy for all pets. As Orca has taught her, not all cats like tablets! Hannah has been obsessed with helping pets stay flea, tick and worm free for the last 4 years.
Ticks, those tiny bloodsuckers, can become an unexpected hitchhiker on your pet's fur. Removing them properly is crucial to avoid potential health risks. But what if you've removed a tick, and its head is still embedded in your pet's skin? This article dives into the world of tick removal, exploring what happens when you try to remove a tick, why tick heads get stuck in pets, the potential dangers, and how to safely and effectively remove ticks for good. By the end, you'll have the knowledge and confidence to tackle tick removal with ease.
These bloodsucking pests can transmit diseases and cause discomfort for our beloved furry companions. The good news is that with the right knowledge and proactive measures, you can significantly reduce the risk of tick infestations. In this post, we'll explore the world of tick prevention for pets. From understanding ticks and their lifecycle to implementing preventive strategies for both dogs and cats, we'll equip you with the tools to keep your pets safe and tick-free all year-round.
When it comes to protecting our pets from ticks, there's no shortage of options on the market. Tick treatment products range from shampoos and tablets to sprays and collars. With the well-being of our furry friends at stake, it's crucial to understand the different types of tick treatments available and weigh their pros and cons. In this post, we'll dive into the world of tick control, exploring the benefits and drawbacks of tick shampoo, tablets, sprays, collars, and even the innovative Itch Flea treatment. By the end, you'll have a clearer understanding of which tick treatment might be the best fit for your pet's needs.
Understanding how long ticks stay on pets is so crucial for effective tick control and the overall well-being of our furry companions. Here, we delve into the world of tick lifecycles, explore the lifespan of ticks, discuss how long ticks can stay on pets, debunk common misconceptions about tick survival, and provide some insights into preventing tick infestations altogether. Let's uncover the secrets of tick duration on pets and equip ourselves with the knowledge to protect our beloved animals.
Dealing with ticks at home can be a cause for concern, especially when you're keen to keep your pets and family members safe. While ticks might be tiny, their potential health risks are significant. In the quest for tick control, many turn to home remedies, seeking natural solutions to eliminate these pests. This post explores what truly kills ticks at home, delves into common home remedies, and addresses the burning question: Do these remedies actually work? Additionally, we'll provide insights into tick treatments that have been proven effective. Let's unravel the world of tick control and find out if home remedies are up to the task!
Ticks, those small yet potentially dangerous parasites, have a knack for making a big impact on our pets' health and our peace of mind. Understanding what ticks are, where they come from, where they live, and the potential dangers they pose to our furry companions is crucial for effective prevention and management. This post explores their origins, habitats, and the risks they bring to pets. Let's uncover the secrets of these tiny arachnids and learn how to protect our pets from their harmful effects.
The closest thing you’ll find to a real life vampire are ticks, those pesky parasites that can attach themselves to your beloved pets and cause a host of health issues. These blood-sucking arachnids are not only uncomfortable for your furry friends but can also transmit diseases. Recognising the appearance of ticks on your pets is essential for their well-being. Here we look into what ticks are, how to spot them on your dogs and cats, share pictures so you can easily identify them, discuss effective tick treatment options, and explore preventive measures. Let's uncover the secrets of identifying ticks and keeping your pets tick-free.
As responsible pet owners, we all of course want the best for our furry friends. Regular health check-ups, a balanced diet, and proper grooming are all part of ensuring our pets live their best lives. One essential aspect of pet care is deworming, which helps protect our companions from internal parasites that can cause a range of health issues. However, have you ever noticed that your pet seems unwell after taking those worming tablets? You're not alone. In this post, we'll explore the common concerns related to worming tablets and your pet's health, addressing topics like the time it takes for worming tablets to work, potential side effects, and how to help your pet feel better.
These parasitic creatures can transmit diseases and cause discomfort for our beloved furry companions. But did you know that ticks come in various types and colours? In this post, we'll dive into the world of ticks, exploring the different types you need to be aware of. From white and black ticks to brown ticks, we'll also discuss ticks on humans, the risks of embedded ticks, and effective tick removal and treatment methods. By the end, you'll have a clearer understanding of the tick landscape and how to keep yourself, your pets, and your loved ones safe.
Ticks are those tiny arachnids that sink their strong jaws into our beloved pets’ skin, and whilst they may be small, their impact can be huge and lead to a range of health issues. Recognising the symptoms of ticks on your pets is crucial for their well-being. This post explores the symptoms of ticks on both dogs and cats, discusses how to spot these symptoms, delves into potential tick-borne diseases, and provides guidance on what to do if you spot ticks on your furry companions. Let's uncover the secrets of identifying tick-related symptoms and keeping your pets fighting fit!