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FLEAS CONTROL

What are fleas?

Fleas are small, flightless parasites that feed on the blood of various warm-blooded animals, depending on the species, and can transmit diseases to their host. Although most people think of fleas as a problem only the family pet has to deal with, they can also bite humans and are the most common transmitter of the rare bubonic plague. While pet owners are primarily at risk for flea infestations, these biting pests can also be brought onto a property via wild animals like raccoons or skunks and then make their way into a home. The most common species is the cat flea, which often feasts on cats, dogs and humans.


Fleas

1/12″ - 1/6"  long

Dark reddish - brown

6 legs, flat

What do I look for?

There are many signs of a flea infestation but the most common include scratching, hair loss and red bumps. You may also notice small black specks, which is usually flea feces, scattered throughout pet beds, carpets and rugs. Flea larvae is harder to find and is usually located in more secretive locations like behind furniture or inside the cracks of floors. These eggs are deposited on your pet by the female adult flea, allowing them to fall off of your pet as they move and dispersing them throughout the areas your pet lives in.



Bee-Z Pest Control Fleas Treatment Solutions


At Bee-Z Pest Control, we understand that treating fleas requires a comprehensive approach: listening, assessing and diagnosing, so that we can thoroughly and effectively treat and solve your fleas problem

Bee-Z’s fleas solutions combine our expert knowledge of flea biology and behavior with the application of EPA-approved, pesticides and other innovative technologies. Our in depth flea treatments address not only flea causes but also work to prevent future outbreaks and include more than a once over spray of pesticides. We continuously review and assess new developments in the field to offer our clients the best technology and pest solutions available.


If you suspect you may have an infestation, give us a call to discuss further treatment.