Flea & Tick

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Fleas are small flightless insects that are able to jump great distances (relative to their size) while ticks on the other hand have eight legs. Both pests however, are ectoparasites (external parasites) that attach themselves to hosts to feed on blood.

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Pets can get fleas from outside or from being around other animals that have fleas. Whether you purchase flea control products for your use or you choose to work with a pest control company, the home, pet(s), and yard (as applicable) must be all treated at the same time. A few of the standard preparation steps recommended before extermination include:

Washing all pet bedding in hot water or destroying it
Vacuuming carpeting and mopping hard-surface floors, including along walls and inside closets
Cleaning or vacuuming furniture, especially between and under cushions

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Female flea can lay around 2,000 eggs in her lifetime.
In almost all flea species, the females are larger than the males.
Female fleas can lay 4-8 eggs after each blood meal.
Adult fleas can jump about 6″ vertically.

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Adult ticks can survive up to 8 months without food or water.
When a tick found a feeding spot, it grasps the skin, cuts into the surface and then inserts its feeding tube into the skin.
A single adult female can consume 0.6 mL of blood or more.