Identifying the Problem
- Small jumping insects without wings
- Dark brown in appearance
- Hard bodies with longer back legs
How Did Fleas Get Into My Home?
Firstly, fleas require animal blood as a food source, so to survive in your home they need either a wild or domestic animal to feed on. Secondly, it’s not just small wild or domestic animals that bring these pests indoors. Even though they don’t feed on humans, fleas can enter a home by hitching a ride in on a person.
How Do They Affect Me?
- Hair-loss from constant scratching
- Tapeworm infestation which is transmitted from fleas to pets (and can then be transmitted to humans)
- Animals can contract the plague from fleas.
Get Rid of The Problem in 3 Steps
Getting rid of fleas is easier than you think. Follow these three steps – and ensure you complete them one after the other or enlist the help of others to carry them out at the same time.
Failure to complete all three steps within the same time frame could leave you with a residual infestation… Meaning you may have to carry the steps out ALL OVER again!
Step One: Target Adult Fleas
Step Two: Target Flea Larvae
Step Three: Home Treatment
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