Has Spot been itchy lately? Fleas are so small you can hardly see them, but they’re a very big problem. It only takes six weeks for one flea on your pet to turn into one million fleas in your home. Just treating your pet isn’t enough as 95% of the flea population lives in carpet and grass. Aside from the fact that fleas survive on the blood of your pets, they spread harmful diseases to both pets and people.
Flea control is a battle. It takes a combination of treating your pet, treating your home, and finding the source to prevent future infestations. There are multiple ways fleas can be brought into your home:
- Bringing home used furniture or carpet with fleas
- Rodents can carry fleas into your home
- Untreated pets can bring in fleas from outside or from other pets while being boarded
Flea Treatments for Your Home
Using a combination of a quick-knockdown spray and an Insect Growth Regulator, our flea treatments eliminate the live fleas in your home and stop new hatchlings from reproducing. We’ll finish off the treatment with a pet-friendly barrier granular around the outside of your home to prevent any outside fleas from getting in during the process.
Flea Treatments for Your Yard
Yard treatments stops fleas before they have a chance to infest your home. This treatment is also effective for ticks, mosquitoes, and other yard pests. Your kids and pets can enjoy playing outside bite-free!