Getting rid of fleas is the most important part of flea control. If your pet has fleas then getting rid of them is your top priority. The sooner you get rid of them, the sooner your pet will stop itching and scratching. Never mind the fact that fleas can also cause tapeworm infestations, flea allergy dermatitis and anaemia.
This is how to get rid of fleas:
1. Kill fleas on the pet.
This is the most important part of flea control. Killing fleas on the pet before they can lay eggs will break the lifecycle and prevent reinfestation. To do this effectively, you need to use a product that will kill fleas within 48 hours of application (the faster, the better). Products such as Frontline Plus, Advantage, Capstar, Comfortis and Revolution will all achieve this.
Due to the life cycle of the flea, you will need to use these products for at least 6 months to ensure you don’t get another flea problem.
2. Clean up the environment.
95% percent of the flea population isn’t on your pet – they are in the environment at various stages of development, from egg to larvae to pupae. Removing these fleas from the environment before they develop and jump onto your pet will greatly reduce the amount of time that it takes to fix your flea problem. To clean up, you need to soak all of your pets’ bedding in hot water for at least 10 minutes, followed by a wash in the washing machine or with soap. Secondly, you need to vacuum the house. This will help to suck up any fleas that are around, and the mechanical stimulation will encourage fleas to emerge from their pupae. This is a good thing – fleas in their pupae are virtually impossible to kill. Continue washing bedding and vacuuming twice a week until things are under control.
Following these two methods should have your flea problem fixed in fairly short order. If you are still having trouble, you need to re-evaluate your technique. Most breakdowns in flea control are not due to poor product efficiency but poor owner compliance.
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