Fleas are a decided nuisance, not only as blood feeders, but also for their ability to transmit diseases through their feeding activity. Although there are many varieties of fleas, the cat flea is the most common, and the focus of most flea control efforts. Fleas are often found in areas where pets sleep, rest, walk, etc. There are ways to get rid of fleas but the preparation before and after a treatment are as important as the treatments themselves.
Do-It-Yourself Flea Control applications are often ineffective and most times last for a brief time, only to allow flea populations to increase again. Several topical and systemic treatments are available for treating pets, but homeowners may have to resort to treating the house if an infestation is present. Killing fleas often involves treating the pets, treating the house, and treating the yard. Professional Flea Control treatments often involve treating your pets and your home for proper control.
Flea Control applications can be performed to remedy flea infestations, but only carry a warranty for a limited period of time since animals often pick up fleas when they return outdoors. But fleas are covered year-round inside your structure as part of a Quarterly Pest Control program, making it the preferred way to eliminate fleas!
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