Get Rid Of Fleas
If you have pets, or animals living nearby, there’s a good chance that at some stage you’ll have a flea infestation. .
Adult fleas are quite troublesome because they feed on the blood of their host which can be a dog, cat, human, raccoons, mice rats etc. Fleas are approximately 2.5 mm in length and the adults are brown to blackish wingless with flattened bodies for easier movement through animal hair. The adult flea lays eggs singly usually in the hair of animals. The eggs are easily dislodged and can be found anywhere the pet travels. The larvae or immature stage seek protection from bright light and will work their way into debris, into the deep pile zone of carpeting or other protective areas for coverage. The larvae or immature stage feed on organic matter and on the blood-containing faecal droppings of the adult flea.