How To Kill Fleas

Monday, October 22, 2007

How To Kill Fleas -plagues

In all my messages about how to kill Fleas. I try to post most of the positive side of things.
I am not sure there are to many positive sides to having fleas, having to learn how to kill fleas is important, especially if you have a lot of pets, or one pet for that matter.
Being flea free is a good thing, but as we go along in our daily lives, I think it is important to know about different dangers that parasites like fleas can cause. It doesn't matter if you use a professional pest company, or do it your self, what matters is that you are able to get rid of the flea problem, using flea collars,dips, or something like advantage will certainly help in the control of fleas. here below is article I thought worth mentioning in your quest in how to get rid of fleas.

Metro: County warning residents of plague | plague, area, disease - Gazette.com
Health authorities began knocking on hundreds of doors in a westside neighborhood Thursday to warn residents about plague.

The response came after a dead tree squirrel recently discovered on a resident’s property tested positive for the disease on Wednesday. Plague is a bacterial disease found among rodents that is transmitted by infected fleas to pets and humans.

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Sunday, October 07, 2007

How To Kill Fleas, Contiuned

There are various ways on how to kill fleas. You need to know the pro's and cons. of what your facing. A lot of people would like to be able to be flea free. That is a reality and a possibility.

One thing I would like most of you who read this article to know is, if you can come up with any planned way or method to get rid of fleas without the use of Chemicals. Then please post it here on this article. I know there are things like dish detergent, Garlic and flea collars to use on your pets , but when you have a bad flea infestation, just washing your pet doesn't do the trick, unless you have caught the flea and he is the only flea your pet has on him.

The question we should ask is where and how do we get fleas that fast? Fleas invade our area by many different ways,below are some examples.

Pest from the community comes through our yard.
People who visit a flea infested area (the flea will jump on that person and ride into your area).
Women hosiery will actually be the vehicle for fleas to ride in on, fleas are designed to go one way, and that is forward, so when they jump on a womans hosiery they get caught in the webbing and can't get out for a few hours, by that time they are at your house, you now have fleas.
I would suggest if you feel you have been in an area where there is a flea infestation, carefully check your self over before you return back into your residence.

As I have stated in a few of my other reports on how to kill fleas, that patience and follow up is the key.

There are many products on the market that can contribute to the eradication or control of fleas, a little research and common sense should help you decide on the best method to use,

One thing to consider, do the flea bites have a impact on my pets health? If so, maybe the chemical will bring much needed relief, allergic reactions of certain chemicals could happen. If you see your pet reacting strangely, a small number of pets who have allergic reactions, consider taking the pet to the VET. I believe the risks are fairly low.

In how to kill fleas, here are Some Flea medicine you might want to consider , frontline, Advantage.
If you want a Pest Control Company to help you, then consider Terminex, Orkin, Truly Nolen, There are many local companies that can be of service to you.
John Shelton

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Disclaimer: I Am A Certified pest Control Operator and in the pest control business for 30 years, I have treated many a flea infested areas with great success, I have never had a pet get sick or die, If you decide to do your own pest control then please read the label and treat accordingly, the responsibility will be yours. If you are not sure then call a Vet or a Certified Pest Control Operator.
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