Learn How To Get Rid Of Fleas

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Learn How To Get Rid Of Fleas

  1. 1. ==== ====Learn AMAZING Strategies for KILLING Fleas and Controling these pests from hurting your pet!http://tinyurl.com/7r7ss3w==== ===="Fleas are a nuisance" - thats what people would most probably describe these little peskycreatures. However, fleas can be more than just a nuisance to their host. They can in fact causesome medical problems which include:Flea Bite dermatitis which are caused by the saliva of the fleas. When flea bites, it excretes itssaliva to prevent clotting of its victims blood and some people and some animals suffer allergicreactions to the flea saliva resulting in flea bite dermatitis. These may causes intense itch andinflammation and hair loss in cats and dogs, which are often seen as bald patches especially nearthe rear.Fleas also cause tapeworm Infestation: These worms appear as tiny white rice grains that areusually seen stuck on the hairs near the anus of your pets. Although tapeworm doesnt usuallycause serious disease in pets, they are disgusting. People can also become infected withtapeworm if they accidentally ingest an infected flea.Fleas are blood-sucking insects and in heavy infestation, anemia may results and in young pupsand kittens, fleas can cause anemia to the point of death.Hence "How To Get Rid Of Flea" is a billion dollar question as pet owners alone spend close to abillion dollars each and every year on flea control.Why is flea control such a difficult task that many have even deemed impossible?Heres the list of the reasons why people have failed in their attempts to control fleas:1. Very often, people tend to believe that flea is only a pets problem and hence they focus ontreating their pets in the hope that the problem will be solved totally disregarding the surroundingenvironment. At least this would mean less work for them by simply treating the cat or dog insteadof treating the whole house which is indeed a daunting task to many.2. There are many flea treatment products available in the market. The lack of understanding andconfusion as to which is the best to use for their own needs have often lead to less thansatisfactory results obtained. Fleas have evolved through the years and they have gainedresistance to a number of chemicals. Many products currently sold in the market are not effectiveanymore due to the resistance build up by the fleas against them. Unaware of this, people tend tosimply pick the cheapest and most economical one from any supermarket or pet store, only to bedisappointed when it did not help at all.3. A lack of understanding of the fleas life cycle has also contributed to a low success rate in flea
  2. 2. control. Fleas exist in different life stages in their entire life cycle and getting rid of just the adultfleas would not solve the problem at all. Adult fleas only represent a small percentage of the totalflea population. The rest of them >98% are in the eggs, larvae and cocoon form and ignoringthese will simply means that your flea problem would be never-ending as the whole flea life cyclewill be repeated over and over again.4. Lastly, people lack diligence in their efforts to control fleas. The very instance when no morefleas are detected, they often feel contended and all work is stopped almost instantly. They see noneed for repeated treatment in the days or months to come and guess what? The tiny pest will beback in no time and much to their exasperation, the whole flea control process has to be repeatedall over again. Diligence is of utmost importance when dealing with fleas!To succeed in getting rid of fleas, it all boils down to diligently following an integrated plan wherebyyou need to treat both your pets and the premises at the same time.Treat your pets.The first instance when people detected the presence of fleas is usually on their pets. Many anti-flea products are available in the market for flea treatment on pets. These include flea combs,shampoos, sprays, topical spot-on and oral medications. Choose one that is suitable for your petand when in doubt, always consult your vet for a recommendation.Treat your houseThis is the most tedious part of flea control and the part that people would fail most of the time.The whole house would need to be treated including frequent vacuuming of floor and furnituresurfaces, together with a regular schedule of washing pet bedding and furniture coverings toremove the immature stages (egg, larva, and cocoon). For heavy infestation, the use of fleabombs or flea foggers may be needed which helps to cover a more extensive area.Treat your garden or yards.If you find fleas within your house, chances are that the gardens and yards would be infected aswell and treatment of these areas need to be carried out as well as part of your flea control plan.Products specifically used for outdoor flea treatment are available and these include the use ofDiatomaceous earth (DE) and Nematodes. Both are natural products, which helps in killing offfleas but non-toxic to other insects and birds.The Need to REPEAT at regular time interval.Lastly, treatment needs to be repeated at regular interval to see a more lasting effect. Re-treatment of your pets, house, gardens & yards are needed after several months initially andthen perhaps at a 6 months interval and eventually only once a year treatment may be necessaryto maintain a flea free home.
  3. 3. Do you find the above information useful? You can learn a lot more at "Flea Control" – YourGuide To a Flea Free Home, which provides more details on the right choice of products andmethods to be used.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Ann_Wong==== ====Learn AMAZING Strategies for KILLING Fleas and Controling these pests from hurting your pet!http://tinyurl.com/7r7ss3w==== ====

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