Hartz Mountain Infographic- Flea Infestation

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Identifying a flea infestation can often be simple, while eradicating their population proves much more difficult. Observe your pet’s behavior as a first step: if your pet is scratching excessively, …

Identifying a flea infestation can often be simple, while eradicating their population proves much more difficult. Observe your pet’s behavior as a first step: if your pet is scratching excessively, you should examine his or her fur. Infested animals have reddened skin and may lose hair. The hind quarters of dogs and the head and neck of cats are most commonly targeted.

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  • 1. Fleas inYour Home?Infestation Alert:Infestation Alert:Source www.vetdepot.com/dealing-with-flea-infestation-infographic.htmlwww.ca.uky.edu/entomology/entfacts/ef602.aspULTRA GUARD®1,000Just one flea can multiply to1,000 fleas on your pet andin your home in 21 days.In optimal conditions,fleas can go from egg toadult in around 2 weeks.Adults 5%Eggs 50%Flea EggsFlea LarvaeFlea PupaeAdult FleaLarvae 35%Pupae 10%FleaPopulationMake-upFleaPopulationMake-up2 Days7 Days7 Days5%10%35%50%Fleas in the HomeFleas in the Home