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Flea Control & Removal

Flea Control & Removal

Steps to control flea 

The presence of fleas not only affects your family members but also your pets. It is not very easy to stop this flea infestation. The fleas can start spreading all over your house from other creatures or from other sites, where you have taken your pets. You can at least do something to reduce the risk of flea infestation at your home. There are some common treatments available for controlling flea.

Identify the fleas

As fleas are small creatures, you may not be able to notice them until you search for them consciously. You can find out the signs of their presence. You can find that your pets are continuously scratching their bodies, as the fleas cause itchiness. Some fleas choose the human body as the host. The pet fleas also have a chance of biting you. 

You can check out the hairy body of your pets. You will surely find small black specks on their body. Those specks are fleas, and you have to take steps to remove them without any delay.

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How to treat fleas

Fleas have the special capability of leaping up to 8 inches. You can find various types of flea treatments. However, you have to choose one that is most effective for removing pet fleas. You can speak to the professional pest control team. These specialists will introduce you to the best treatment for eliminating fleas. Some products that fit the doggies may be risky to the cats due to the ingredients used in them.

Moreover, you may cleanse the dog fur regularly. But, most of the cats avoid having a bath. Thus, for the cats, you can look for tablets and lotions for killing the fleas. While dealing with them, you have to take precautionary steps, as the low-quality chemicals can cause risk to your pet.

Make the environment free of fleas

Most of us do not know that an important step for flea control is to treat the environment. The fleas, present on your dogs or cats’ body, are adult ones. However, they can lay their eggs in your carpet, garden, beddings, and skirting boards. Thus, your first task is to kill those fleas to control the new infestation in the future. Make sure that you have removed the eggs and prevent them from attaining maturity.

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