Flea Treatment and Extermination

If you’re looking for flea treatment services in Phoenix and have in fact just searched for “professional flea exterminator near me”, then you’ve come to the right place.

Fleas are definitely a big problem, especially when it comes to our furry loved ones. While fleas can feed on almost all domesticated mammals on the planet, cat and dog fleas love, well, our cats and dogs the most. But if you have a pet rabbit or hamster, cat and dog fleas are fine with that too.

Fleas are also notorious travelers – and by that we mean they easily jump from one host to another, unlike ticks that are at least loyal to their hosts until death. When the opportunity provides itself, they jump ship – and an impressive jump it is at about 7 inches vertically and 13 inches horizontally, so moving from one host to another isn’t all that difficult at all, all they need is for the two animals to come close to each other.

They can also lie in wait on the ground, especially in carpets and rugs, and wait for the next unsuspecting host. They can also lie in wait on our pet’s toys and essentially any place they frequent. Fleas are quite small, at only about 1/8th of an inch so they’re not easy to spot unless your pet is infected and you see a lot of them moving around light-colored fur. And when viewed from the top they can appear quite narrow as well – this is so they can easily maneuver around their host’s fur, that’s our dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, and other such animals, domesticated or wild. There are no better pest control companies.

A professional flea treatment means eradicating fleas in areas your pets frequent, and they’ll also be targeting areas where fleas can typically hide – that means your carpets, rugs, and couches. But that doesn’t stop indoors, because our cats and dogs love to play outside too, right? Professionals will also spray your yard (without harming your grass) and treat your outdoor landscapes.

The trouble with fleas is that they’re very hard to get, so multiple treatments may be needed. If you’re trying to get rid of them yourself, make sure you are very, very thorough, and you might need to go over the same places a few times, even spanning a few days to make sure you get all of them as much as possible. Otherwise, a pair of fleas can produce hundreds of offspring during their lifetime (of about a hundred days), so they’ll just repopulate and you’ll be back to having the same problem again in no time.

A vacuum cleaner would be a very handy tool to have around during the extermination process, so if possible, make it a daily habit to clean up your place even if it just means vacuuming around the house. You’ll not only be making your immediate surroundings cleaner, you’ll also be picking up pesky bugs like fleas and other similar insects.

For any flea infestation, don’t hesitate to reach out to a local pest exterminator! 

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