Fleas in Your Home

Fleas in Your Home

Fleas in  your homeFleas in and around your home will feed on the blood of virtually any warm-blooded animal they encounter, including you and your pets. They can cause extreme discomfort and spread serious parasitic infections, likeĀ tapeworm. Female fleas can lay up to fifty eggs each day. The eggs fall off your pet and develop into worm-like larvae, which hide in carpeting, furniture, bedding, and other dark places. The larvae mature as they feed on fecal matter dropped by adult fleas, and the cycle continues. Adult fleas (typically the only fleas you can see, either on your pet or in your household) represent just 5% of any given flea population.
 

Did you know?
  • No product, even topicals, will kill fleas before they bite your pet.
  • Flea larvae mature inside a cocoon, and while vacuuming effectively removes flea eggs and larvae, it actually stimulates matured fleas to emerge from cocoons.
  • Unlike mosquitoes, who eat once and then allow themselves to digest their meal, a flea will repeatedly bite its host long after its hunger is satisfied.
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