Fleas (Order Siphonaptera) are small, wingless pests that are commonly found in Ontario on pets and hairy animals. They are a huge concern for pet owners.
In order to effectively eliminate a flea problem, a step-wise program needs to be implemented. The three steps to effective flea management and elimination are treatment of infested pets, vacuuming and cleaning of infested premises and a treatment by a professional pest control company.
Fleas (Order Siphonaptera) are small, wingless pests that are commonly found on pets and hairy animals, and are a huge concern for pet owners. A flea sufferer can grow quickly, so that you can feel that it emerges from anywhere, this is the reason that it is important to be seen and treated immediately immediately.
By the end of the 1980s, fly problems began to grow in Ontario annually. Fortunately, that trend did not continue in the early 1990′s and flea populations have been highly variable from year to year and place to place. It is anticipated that flea problems will again become severe and more difficult to control. As with the rise in bed bugs, it is believed that fleas will also increase in severity in the upcoming years. The lack of residual insecticides available and the resistance to common products is most likely the cause. The cat flea is the most common flea in North America, but the dog, human and oriental rat fleas have also been found. If you find fleas in your home, call us. We know how to kill fleas in your home.