Flea Treatment

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Are you dealing with fleas? Have you tried a dozen flea treatments and nothing seems to work? Are you wondering how to get rid of fleas? Fleas are incredibly resilient insects. Flea eggs are resist to many chemicals. If you spray the wrong product into a location where you know fleas are active, you may only kill adult fleas and larvae, leaving your home open to continued infestation.

And if you treat your home and don’t treat your pets effectively, your pets will spread flea eggs around your home and reboot the infestation. Or if you treat your pets and not your home, your pets could pick up new fleas after the treatments have worn off. And, worst of all, if you treat your pets and your home but miss a location, or fail to properly treat your home, you could continue to have an infestation.

Where do you find fleas?

Fleas can take root in many places. For Example; when you treat your sofa for fleas, you’re doing nothing to stop the fleas that are developing in the fibers of the rug in your bedroom. Once the treatment on your sofa wears off, your pets can pick up adult fleas in your bedroom. They then carry them to your sofa where their eggs can fall off your pet and create a location of infestation that you think you’ve already treated.

It can feel like a nightmare when you have fleas. If an infestation goes on long enough, you might feel like a prisoner in your own home.

WHAT IS THE RODENT CONNECTION?

When fleas get into a home, sometimes it’s not your pet’s fault. Mice, rats, and other furry animals can bring fleas into your home. Mice and rats are the worst because they also do a fantastic job of spreading flea eggs around your home. If you have a rodent infestation, it can make your flea infestation even more difficult to deal with.

Flea infestations can be a nightmare. If you’re struggling with fleas and the products and procedures given to you by your veterinarian just aren’t fixing the problem, reach out to Pestcheck Pest Control. We’ll track down what is causing your flea infestation and address it at the root. And the QualityPro seal of approval our team has earned from the National Pest Management Association is your assurance that you’ll get excellence and knowledgeable service every time. Reach out to us today for quick results.

WHERE DO YOU FIND FLEAS?

Fleas can take root in many places. For Example; when you treat your sofa for fleas, you’re doing nothing to stop the fleas that are developing in the fibers of the rug in your bedroom. Once the treatment on your sofa wears off, your pets can pick up adult fleas in your bedroom. They then carry them to your sofa where their eggs can fall off your pet and create a location of infestation that you think you’ve already treated.

It can feel like a nightmare when you have fleas. If an infestation goes on long enough, you might feel like a prisoner in your own home.

WHAT IS THE RODENT CONNECTION?

When fleas get into a home, sometimes it’s not your pet’s fault. Mice, rats, and other furry animals can bring fleas into your home. Mice and rats are the worst because they also do a fantastic job of spreading flea eggs around your home. If you have a rodent infestation, it can make your flea infestation even more difficult to deal with.

Flea infestations can be a nightmare. If you’re struggling with fleas and the products and procedures given to you by your veterinarian just aren’t fixing the problem, reach out to Pestcheck Pest Control. We’ll track down what is causing your flea infestation and address it at the root. And the QualityPro seal of approval our team has earned from the National Pest Management Association is your assurance that you’ll get excellence and knowledgeable service every time. Reach out to us today for quick results.