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With the onset of spring and summer, more and more pets are becoming the victim of fleas. These pests end up taking over your cats and dogs and leaving them with some of the most atrocious bites and scars you could ever imagine, not to mention what they can do to their human counterparts in the home. Beyond being itchy, fleas can end up causing a whole host of other problems for you and your pet.
Being bitten by a flea can cause your skin to form small bumps on it. However, those bumps can become far worse when your pet is allergic to the bite. When that happens, your pet will continually scratch at themselves leaving a bunch of welts and swelling in their wake. To make sure your pet isn’t continually attacked by fleas, you need a professional who understands what it takes to get them out of your home quickly and easily.
As much as you might want to try and handle your flea situation on your own, that doesn’t mean you know what you are doing. It takes a lot of time and hard work to make sure you get rid of all the fleas in your home. Instead of stressing yourself out, you can turn to Killroy to come inside and address your flea problem ASAP. Their methods have been proven effective for quite some time now, so you know you are getting someone with a solid understanding of what you are dealing with.
Killroy professionals can help to control your flea problem.
Finding the right pest control specialist isn’t always as easy as you might like it to be. Thankfully, Killroy helps to take the stress out of your search and give you the answers you need. One call can put an end to your problem and give you the pest free home you desire. For 59 years, Killroy has been providing solutions to people from around the area. See what they can do for you and your home today.
Inspect the property:It is important to identify whether the source of all the scratching and bites are actually from fleas, and not another type of problem. Even if you have no pets and recently moved into a new residence, the prior tenant may have had pets. And while the fleas prefer to use an animal as its host, if the animal is no longer there, you are the next best meal.
Modify the environment: Your Killroy pest management professional will look for and recommend changes to any environmental condition that might be lending itself to the flea problem. Sometimes broken vents and sub access points can allow feral animals to start living under your home or business. Opossums, skunks, raccoons and of course feral cats can be loaded with fleas. The fleas will find their way into the structure and find your pets, and you!
Establish and implement a plan: Your Killroy pest management professional will consider the most effective method of solving your flea problem. He will explain this plan, which may require customer/tenant pre and post treatment participation, and answer any questions you may have. He will then carefully treat the situation and return your home/business to a flea free environment.
Monitor the process: It is important to monitor the situation until it is resolved. Part of your Killroy pest management professional's plan is to provide you with the proper post treatment procedure to ensure your flea treatment is completely effective.