Flea bites may leave the host with numerous swollen, itchy marks. They may cause allergic reactions in some people and can transmit several diseases. Furry pets are the most at risk. Fleas can bite people and pets and can be a big nuisance.
The most serious aspect of a flea infestation is often the time and effort it takes to remove. Dealing with the problem requires treating infected animals, cleaning flea-infested areas, and taking preventative measures to keep the fleas from returning.
Fleas can be a problem in all parts of the country except in extremely dry areas. The most common species in buildings is the cat flea.This flea feeds on cats, dogs, and humans, as well as rodents, chickens, squirrels, and other animals. The dog flea and the human flea are less commonly encountered.
Fleas are small, wingless insects. They pass through four developmental stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult.
Fleas pest control is vital to avoid nasty living conditions for animals and humans alike.