Get Rid of Fleas in Your Home
Did you know the fleas you see on your pet only make up 5% of the total flea population in your home? Flea eggs and larvae hide deep in the fibers of your carpeting, furniture and even your pet's bed. Those you see are just a small fraction of the flea community making your home their home!
These various stages of the flea life cycle are difficult to conquer. In order to get ahead of the problem you need to treat your pets, your home and the garden at the same time.
The sooner you take action, the safer your pet, home and family will be.
Treat your pet
To immediately kill existing, biting fleas on your pet, try a fast-acting product such as Capstar Flea Treatment Tablets.
Using a flea preventative, such as Nexgard Chewables each month can stop fleas from jumping back on your pet.
Treat Fleas in your Home and Yard
Get a quote to have the Home and Yard treated for fleas. In order to kill all the flea life stages, you Must treat your home and yard again - 3 to 4 weeks after your first treatment.
And don't forget to prevent it from happening again. Flea infestations are very hard to get rid of. It's not uncommon to see fleas days or even weeks after treating your home. Keep your pet on flea preventatives to keep fleas and ticks at bay.