Fleas Control and How to Get Rid of Fleas
Fleas Control Services now at Hand. Guaranteed and trusted services. Firstly before doing the Fleas Control Exercise, We have to let you know that. Fleas are parasites that feed on humans and other warm-blooded animals. Fleas prefer to feed on nonhumans.
They will feed on humans when infestations are heavy or when other hosts are not available. Fleas usually require warm and humid conditions to develop. A flea can jump 7 to 8 inches vertically and 14 to 16 inches horizontally. A skin reaction to a flea bite appears as a slightly raised and red itchy spot.
Sometimes these sores bleed Due to the flea life cycle (complete metamorphosis) and feeding habits, many people don’t realize they have a flea problem until they are away from their house for an extended period. The flea problem is discovered when the food source (you and your pets) return. The fleas get hungry while you are away. When you return, they become active because they are looking for food. People tend to think putting the pet outside will solve the flea problem, but that typically makes the fleas turn to human hosts instead.
- When a flea infestation is discovered, putting the pet outside is not a solution. The hungry fleas will direct all of their attention to the human hosts.
- The cat flea is the most common type of flea. It feeds on dogs and humans also.
- Fleas are attracted to body heat, movement, and exhaled carbon dioxide.
Flea Appearance The average flea ranges in size from 1/12 to 1/6 inch long. Fleas are very small and have no wings. Their bodies are narrow if viewed from the sides. Slender fleas can get into and move around in narrow areas.