Because your children, family, and pets deserve. They go in hunt of warm-blooded corpses to eat. Dog fleas and cat fleas are the most basic examples of fleas. While Cat Fleas can infect cats, dogs, and a few other animals, Dog Fleas only infect dogs and rabbits.
Dogs are commonly targeted in the back of the body, while cats are targeted around the neck and head.
Look for larvae, pupae, and eggs in your backyard and everywhere else your pet has left its imprint.
Check for red or black flea droppings on rugs and in sitting rooms. If you come across tiny dirt-like particles, gather them with moist tissue and look for blood rings.
Once you’ve detected a flea infestation, act quickly to fight it. It is not easy to get rid of a flea infestation. It becomes tough because adult fleas are small and can go for days without eating.