Say Bye Bye To Fleas
As parasites, the greatest concern about the presence of fleas in your home or business comes from their bites. Although these are not painful, they can result in an uncomfortable itch or rash. Your pets could also develop allergies to flea saliva.
Fleas are wingless insects that are extremely agile and outstanding jumpers. In fact, fleas are one of the longest jumpers in relation to their size in the entire animal kingdom. This jumping ability allows them to transfer from one host to another rather easily, including from pets to their humans. This is why flea control is necessary around homes. We provide affordable and bespoke flea fumigation solutions for residential properties and integrated flea management schemes for homes and businesses.
Signs of a Flea infestation
- Scratching & Biting (Pets) – If your dog is constantly scratching and/or biting himself, he may have fleas. Don’t just assume it’s season allergies or an itch! Always check to be sure.
- Presence of Flea Dirt on Pets – This is basically flea droppings and it will look like tiny black or red flecks on your dog – usually on their belly or by the base of the tail. Don’t assume it’s dirt, especially if your dog has been scratching and biting.
- Red, Infected Skin – Dogs that are allergic to fleas or if they have been scratching and biting a lot can develop red, infected skin. If you start seeing red, irritated, or even bald skin, check for fleas.
- Flea Larvae – Much harder to see than the actual fleas, the larvae are a dirty white in color and measure 3 to 5.2mm in length.
- Small Bite Marks on Humans – Do you find yourself scratching at what appears to be nothing? Look closer. If you have small red bumps on you it may be flea bites. If you’re getting bitten, chances are you have fleas in your bed.
Types of Fleas
The most common species of fleas are:
- Cat flea – small, flat, and brownish and prefer feline hosts, but can be found on some other hosts, as well. They cannot live entirely on human blood, so will often drop off of human hosts fairly quickly.
- Dog flea – tiny insects, also with flat bodies, and are black in color. They have bristles that allow them to hang on to dog fur even when grooming is occurring.
- Bird flea – also known as a hen flea. These prefer chickens and can infest an entire henhouse very quickly.
Can you eliminate fleas on your own?
That’s why you need a fumigation company with experience and the correct combination of effective pesticides to get rid of the flea problem for good.
However, if you need to use pesticides without seeking the help of a licensed fumigation company, you can buy from our online shop.
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There are ways to prevent fleas from returning, and our qualified and certified flea control and flea prevention experts can give you advice to stop further infestations. Some things to remember:
- Keep pets groomed and cleaned
- Clean your carpets, rugs, and furniture often
- Try to keep wildlife away that could have fleas
- Stay away from areas known to house fleas
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