Fleas Control Treatment Sydney

In Australia, the most common fleas are the cat flea and the dog flea. Not surprisingly, these blood-sucking parasites are primarily a problem for people with cats and dogs, as fleas are brought into the house on the back of these pets. Female fleas can lay many hundreds of eggs in a lifetime, which drop onto carpet or furniture or the bedding of pets. After hatching, the larvae spin cocoons and patiently lie in wait until indications of a passing host. The vibrations of your footsteps, for example, or heat - stir them into action. The small, black flea of children's cartoons is actually an unfed adult flea that has emerged from its cocoon. It can remain alive for up to four months without a blood feed. The cat flea, by far the most common in Australia, can live on both cats and dogs and though it prefers the blood of your pets, will feed on humans.

Fleas breed on animals, so any treatment of the house and surrounds must include, at the same time, treatment of the host animal. Inside the house, wash, sweep and vacuum all affected areas, and wash cushions and furniture coverings. Vacuum bags need to be discarded afterwards. Professional pest controllers will spray all affected areas such as furniture, cushions, skirting boards and cracks in floorboards. Pets and their bedding should always be regularly and thoroughly washed and cleaned, especially over summer.

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