More Facts About Fleas

Flea larvae feed on undigested organic matter, particularly the feces of adult fleas, which contain undigested blood. Cat fleas attack both cats and dogs. Fleas can remain frozen for a year and survive. Fleas can survive for months without feeding. More human deaths...

Facts About Those Pesky Fleas

A flea’s  flat shape allows cat fleas to easily pass between the hairs of animals. One female flea can lay about 18 eggs a day and just 20 fleas on a dog can produce 360 eggs per day and over 2000 eggs in a week. A female flea may consume up to fifteen times her own...

Flea Control and Prevention

Looking to get rid of fleas in the home? Here are a few tips. Clean and vacuum frequently to help remove flea populations and prevent the laying of eggs. Keep your lawn groomed to avoid rodent habitation. Protect pets by practicing active flea management; keep them on...

Autumn Pests Are Coming…Part One

Autumn is only a few weeks away, so now is the time to prepare and guard against those biting and stinging pests. As cooler weather becomes more routine and many insects species have reached their annual population zenith, we see significant surges of activity from...

Flea Protection For All

Fleas aren’t just a problem for man’s best friend. These pests, which commonly appear in warmer months, feed on the blood of any warm-blooded body. Typically biting human beings, fleas can cause itchy, unsightly marks as well as severe allergic reactions. Fleas tend...