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Treating your pet on a regular basis with a flea prevention and control product is essential to gaining control over fleas. Unless otherwise recommended by a veterinarian, treat your pet even if it does not appear to have fleas. Let the emphasis be on prevention. Every pet will encounter fleas dropped in your yard or public outdoor spaces by cats, raccoons, opossums, squirrels and other mammals. Keep them off your pet and out of your house!
New Tenants Beware of Fleas. Even if you don’t have pets, you may find that you’ve moved into a rental with a pre-existing flea problem. Newly hatched flea larvae crawl under furniture cushions, between carpet fibers, and beneath rugs looking for a suitable food source.Within one to two weeks, young fleas move on to pupa form. Many fleas remain in their protective cocoons and only emerge with proper stimulation, such as a new warm-blooded tenant moving in. When you encounter a flea problem in a newly rented space, inform your landlord immediately. A good landlord will contact a pest control operator without delay.