Dayton flea Removal

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Dayton Flea Removal Service

Flea removal and prevention services in the Dayton, Ohio area.

Fleas are a nuisance in your home and yard, spreading diseases such as typhus, which can cause fever and acute respiratory infection, or even tularemia, which can be deadly if left untreated

Flea bites are intensely itchy and may induce an allergic reaction in some people. Possible symptoms are a swollen rash, irritation of the eyes or nose, fatigue, and joint pain.

You don’t want your family exposed to these nasty creatures or any potential illnesses they may spread!

If a flea problem has come into your home for any reason, it’s best to have a professional exterminator take care of the issue before things get out of hand! So call us today at 937-234-7741

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What are the life cycle of fleas?

A flea infestation can be a nightmare when they make their way into your home. If you notice your pet or any part of your home infested with fleas, you may want to hire a professional exterminator to handle the problem.

What Are Fleas?

There are several types of fleas that can live and breed in homes. The most common one is the cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis), which feeds on dogs, cats, rabbits, and humans. The dog flea (Ctenocephalides canis) is also common, while the human flea (Pulex irritans) is less common but more likely to bite humans than other animals.

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Fleas have an incredibly fast life cycle, which is especially alarming given that their hosts include dogs and cats, who often live inside human homes with us for most of the year. Once a flea infestation gets started in your home, it’s important to address it immediately by taking steps towards flea control. During any flea outbreak, be sure to inspect your pet for fleas, as well as its bedding, house plants, and more susceptible pets like guinea pigs and gerbils.

Treating your pet is important, but you need to also treat the environment, specifically eggs and pupae hiding in carpet, floor boards, and even your car. If you vacuum during a flea infestation, you should immediately throw that vacuum bag out because any eggs and pupae you vacuum up may still be viable. Wash all bedding and clothes in hot water. If it’s a bad bug problem, hire an exterminator.

Research shows that pupae can stay in their cocoons for up to a year. Once the adults emerge, they try to find a blood meal immediately but, if necessary, can survive for one to two weeks without eating. However, it is only after they eat that they can lay eggs. They’re also indiscriminate feeders.

Pets that live indoors can still get fleas. It is true that certain animals are more at risk than others of coming into contact with the blood-sucking parasites. This includes cats who live in high-rise apartments in major cities and cats who were born in the wild and never had much contact with humans. Outdoor cats who go hunting are also at risk to pick up a flea or two. But even animals who have never gone outside are susceptible to fleas. They just need to be near someone or something that has been infected.

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