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Home Owners: Learn about
safe and effective flea control methods
Fleas are a parasite which feed on
the blood of warm blooded animals,
They pierce the skin, inject an
anti-coagulant chemical into the
host to prevent blood clotting and
suck out the blood some passing
straight through their rectum in
order to lay their eggs.
A flea bite can cause acute
irritation, infection and transfer
of other parasites, such as,
|Fleas often enter a
building on dogs and cats, and are
commonly deposited in carpeted
areas, in the garden, yard and under
Flea eggs can take several weeks to
more than 12 months to hatch -
generally during hot humid weather
causing an instant infestation of
It is essential for carpets to be
thoroughly vacuumed especially in
low traffic areas, under furniture,
etc, before habitat areas are
treated with a synthetic pyrethroid
insecticide containing an insect
growth regulator which inhibits
development during the egg and
larvae stage of their life cycle.
To help prevent reinfestation the
home owner should regularly vacuum
carpets and wash your pet (dogs and
cats) with shampoo containing a flea
|Restrict access of
your dog and/or cat, to internal and
sub-floor areas particularly during
the summer months.
What will it cost for professional
pest control? For flea control in
residential premises, the price
varies depending on the size home,
garden area and ease of access to
various areas of the house, using
the safer (more expensive) effective
flea control products. Due to the
likelihood of a reinfestation from
insects carried in on your pets, a
recurring service program may be
advisable and more cost effective in
the long run.
|CONSUMER NOTE: cheaper prices
for flea control abound in the
market-place - usually from
companies using the cheaper solvent
based pesticides in and around the
home - which are definitely NOT
recommended, especially if residents
have asthma or bronchial ailments.
Service warranties vary depending
upon the risk of reinfestation.
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