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Fleas are a common problem; especially on properties with pets such as cats or dogs. They are also frequently found when moving into a property that previously had pets.
Because they are parasites, the biggest problem with having fleas in your home or business is their bites. Although flea bites are not painful, they can result in an uncomfortable itch or rash. Pets can also develop allergies to flea saliva.
If you are concerned about fleas, watch out for the following signs of a flea problem:
Pet signs - pets that are constantly scratching or biting their fur could indicate the presence of fleas.
Live fleas - can you see fleas crawling on your pet’s coat? They are normally reddish-brown and about 2mm long.
Inspect carefully - check the hindquarters of your dog or the head and neck of your cat. These are the areas that fleas prefer and where you might spot the signs of flea activity.
Flea droppings - carefully look at your pet’s skin for fine black droppings. This is ‘flea dirt’ or adult flea faeces and looks like ground black pepper. A good way to spot it is to use a flea comb over a sheet of white paper, which makes it easier to see the small black specks.
Other areas - another sign of a problem is flea dirt on pet bedding, carpets or rugs.
Checking for flea eggs
Flea eggs are tiny (only about 0.5mm long), oval and white. This makes them almost impossible to see against rough surfaces and materials.
Even though fleas lay their eggs on your pet’s body, they won’t stay there. Eggs easily fall off and can become hidden in carpets, rugs, bedding or gaps between floorboards.
Have you spotted the above signs of a flea problem? Rentokil will provide expert flea treatment solutions for your home or business. Call our Estonia branch on +372 644 7789 to contact us to set up an appointment.
A flea problem can occur through no fault of your own. Pets can pick up fleas from other animals or places and they will hitch a ride back home. Once they arrive, you’ll want to get rid of fleas fast.
If you have caught the flea infestation in its early stages, here are a few things you can do:
If not treated rapidly, flea problems can quickly affect your business. Not only will staff find working in your premises intolerable, but customers might also stay away. You could lose revenue and end up with damage to your reputation.
By contacting Rentokil to get rid of fleas at your workplace, you can have the peace of mind that the infestation will be dealt with thoroughly, safely and effectively.
Our skilled pest control technicians understand all the problems associated with dealing with different types of fleas. We provide discreet, tailored solutions and flea control advice, so your problem is solved without disrupting your business.
By implementing the above tips to deal with a flea infestation, you can help to prevent a flea problem from escalating. For heavier cases of infestation, a professional flea control solution is recommended to ensure complete control of the infestation:
1 - Your local pest control expert will arrange a convenient time with you for a full and thorough inspection of your premises.
2 - They will recommend a flea control treatment plan based on your infestation, and give you a cost to put the plan into action.
3 - Once you’ve approved the price, your expert will arrange times for a technician to visit and sort out your flea problem. You may need several visits depending on the treatment.
4 - On the first visit, the technician will run through the flea treatment process before the work begins.
5 - We’ll also give you flea control advice on how to make sure your flea problem doesn’t come back.
Contact Rentokil to arrange an appointment. We’ll help you to get rid of fleas in your home and business and prevent fleas in the future.