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In case you haven't yet learned about parasites and their treatment, you may find this page helpful. The first page covers parasites. P. parasita, or the Asian dog ear mite is a common cause of illness in pets. Most people think of dogs as "dirty" animals, but in fact, many pets, including dogs, can be healthy carriers of parasites. The most commonly occurring parasite is the dog ear mite, P. parasita. It is most common in dogs and other large rodents such as mice, rabbits, ferrets, and guinea pigs. It's also found in horses, swine, and ducks. The most common treatment is flea treatments. Flea treatments are also sometimes used for human infections. The most important thing to remember when treating for dogs is to do your own research and find the right flea treatments for you dog. If you live in a region with high risk for fleas, you may want to consider the alternative.
What are the most common flea treatments that are used on dogs? Flea treatment treatments in dogs include the following: