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When you have pets, the battle of the bugs is non-stop. Protecting your dog from pests like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and biting flies can be tough, but it’s vital to your pet’s health. There’s a long list of dangerous diseases that are caused by insect bites, making them not only a nuisance but a serious threat to your dog’s health and longevity. With the Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed, you and your dog can rest assured that biting bugs will keep their distance…or suffer the consequences!

One insect bite could transmit disease to your dog

Diseases carried by biting insects can take a serious toll on your pet’s health. A single bite could result in a lifetime of chronic health problems. Some insect-borne diseases are even deadly. The subsequent health care costs can also be difficult to keep up with. That’s why prevention is so much wiser than leaving your pet unprotected.

It’s not a matter of if an unprotected pet will get sick from biting insects, but when. Below are just a few diseases that are transmitted to pets through the bite of an infected insect.

5 pet diseases caused by insect bites

  1. Heartworms – Many people are shocked to learn that deadly heartworm disease is actually transmitted to pets by mosquitoes. Heartworm infection is difficult and expensive to treat. In some cases, there is no safe treatment option.
  2. Tapeworm – Tapeworms are transmitted through flea bites. A tapeworm infection robs your pet of vital nutrients needed to maintain good health.
  3. Lyme disease – Pets get Lyme disease from being bitten by an infected tick. It is more often seen in dogs than in cats and can result in symptoms such as fever, loss of appetite, swelling of joints, and lameness.
  4. Flea allergy dermatitis – Flea saliva left on your pet’s skin following a bite could lead to itching, inflammation, and hot spots that can cause pain and misery.
  5. Canine Bartonellosis – Transmitted to dogs by infected fleas, lice, sand flies, and ticks, Bartonella infection results in an enlarged spleen and/or liver, cough, seizures, arthritis, vomiting, diarrhea, and possible nose bleed. It also causes inflammation of the brain, heart muscle, eyes, nose, and lymph nodes.

This is just a sample of the many maladies transmitted to pets by biting insects. Protecting your dog with a monthly oral or topical flea preventative is essential, but adding an extra measure of repellent is ideal to help keep pests off your pet.

Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed offers proven protection

Buy the Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed at 1800PetMedsThe Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed is a perfect first line of protection against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes and biting flies that could infect your precious pet with dangerous diseases. This comfortable dog bed offers proven insect killing and repellent technology to protect your dog from insects and the diseases they carry.

One of the places parasites love to hide is right in your pet’s own bed. The Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed kills and repels bugs, so your dog doesn’t have to share his or her comfort zone with unwanted bedfellows. The EPA-Approved, odorless, permethrin-infused fabric cover is machine washable and built to last. The Insect Shield technology is even used in military uniforms and gear to protect soldiers against biting insects.

This dual-purpose pet bed is ideally sized to fit in most pet crates and comes in sizes Small, Medium, Medium/Large, and Large. Use it in your dog’s crate, on the floor in your home, or outside on the patio. The ripstop polyester cover is scratchproof and the insect repellent properties remain effective for up to 25 washings.

Orange on one side and Slate color on the other side, this reversible pest-control pet bed will help keep your dog comfy and protected all night long and at nap time, too! It’s also great for camping trips and other outings so your dog can relax in the sun without the annoyance of crawling, flying, and biting pests. Use the Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed as a trusted backup method of insect control so fleas, ticks, and other bugs have no place to hide.



Win a FREE Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed!

Would your pet benefit from an extra measure of protection against biting bugs with the Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed? Just leave a comment below for a chance to win a FREE Insect Shield Insect Repellent Reversible Pet Bed Size Small from 1800PetMeds!

One winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congrats to the drawing winner, Jana B! We’ll send you an email about how to claim your prize. 



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  1. My boy Blue could sure use this. He rolls on his back constantly itching.

  2. My dog would like this!

  3. How nice to solve Kona’s “itch” problem!

  4. This would be perfect for our boy Bailey when we go to the lakes would help his itch problem

  5. My Dog Diesel will love this!

  6. Our cats could use this great bed! Thanks and God Bless!

  7. Alexander SavelievFebruary 19, 2017 at 8:57 pm · Reply

    My new puppy would love to have this mat and it is just the right size!

  8. My doggie brother Boone would like this. 💗

  9. I have a house of 7 pets, could definitely use!

  10. My 13 year old Sierra has been dealing with fleas for months (may- nov). We’ve bathed her, put medicine gone through at least 3 beds whatever we can do for her. She has been such a trooper! She needs to enjoy her last couple of months/years.

  11. Sounds wonderful when puppy is outside for a period of time.

  12. I’ve been hoping to get the girls a new dog bed since Nov….it’s always one thing or another, like the frig went out….so I have my fingers crossed! A bug repellent dog bed sounds great, I just hope it doesn’t repell dogs! lol

  13. Does this help with ear mites too? I’d love to try it out.

  14. Our dogs would love to try out this insect shield, It would be great to add more insect protection for them!

  15. Awesome idea!

  16. My dog Koda would definitely benefit from this extra protection against biting insects. He is a 115 pound Black Lab/Newfoundland that is allergic to meat, flea saliva and different pollen’s. This great bed would keep him off of the ground and floor to help with any unwanted bugs and other dirt that would cause hives and itching.

  17. We live close to a lot of standing water. Even though we use a flea and tick med, my pup still gets harassed all summer long! She’d sure appreciate this.

  18. This would be perfect for my dog George!

  19. my dog NEEDS this

  20. This would be great for camping with my beagles! How perfect! <3

  21. My dog could really use this!

  22. Yes, my dog loves to lay outside on the porch and this would be fantastic to help keep the bugs off of her.

  23. Sounds like a great idea. Would be useful for my dog.

  24. My dog has a problem with bugs getting in her ears and irritating them. This could possibly help.

  25. I would love to donate this to my local shelter.

  26. Lots of insects in S. Florida, fleas and ticks especially. I have 4 dogs and could really use this!

  27. I would appreciate one of these very much. Thank you for the opportunity

  28. My kitty Izzy would LOVE this… always looking for a new place to sleep. And this would be a nice, safe one!

  29. How terrific this would be for our “itchy” poor dog.! And we could put his bed right on the porch which he likes! Thanks for the chance to win

  30. My dog would love this and so would I.

  31. Our dog would love this. The bed looks very comfortable, and no bugs. Great!

  32. wow! that sounds pretty cool raven would love that in her crate!

  33. My dogs have very itchy skin and we just got rid of fleas a couple of months ago so this would help keep it that way.

  34. Any one of my 5 could use a bed like this.

  35. Awesome, my Barley needs this!

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