If you have pets with fleas, you have a problem, and a big part of solving it is figuring out where the insects are coming from. This is especially true if you have put your pets through extensive flea treatments, but they still seem to be showing up with the little bugs. You may be beginning to suspect that the culprit is your lawn.
Most of us are familiar with fleas. These tiny creatures take the form of little black dots that leap all over your home and your pets, sucking blood, creating itchy, uncomfortable bites on the skin and possibly spreading disease. They are difficult to kill and reproduce rapidly. While your pets are the most frequent victims, many fleas will be happy to feed on humans, as well, which can be very unpleasant and unhealthy.
You won’t find fleas on your grass like other pests, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t out there on your lawn — and it doesn’t mean your pets aren’t picking them up out there. Fleas come from the outdoors and hide out in dark, moist places. When your pet goes to rest in some shady vegetation or hide out under the deck, that’s when fleas are likely to strike, making a home in your pet’s fur and using them to get inside your house.
Once inside, the fleas are free to feed and breed, potentially laying 50 eggs a day and living for years. Clearly, you need to take action.
If your pet’s fleas keep coming back and reappearing in your home, contact Bee Green Pest Control. The first thing we can do is provide indoor treatments to exterminate any fleas inside your home. We can then create a perimeter of protection to prevent pests from entering in the future.
However, this will not help if fleas are hijacking your pets to get in, which is why we can also assess your lawn for pests, locate them and perform systemic treatments to exterminate the existing pests and prevent the appearance new pests that could damage your yard or find their way into your home.
If you are ready to make your flea problem a thing of the past, there is only one step you need to take — contacting Bee Green Pest Control to schedule an appointment. We will come to your home, assess your pest problems and provide you with a free estimate on our services. We can then proceed to start working on making your home and lawn virtually pest-free.
Getting started couldn’t be easier. Just choose a convenient time from the available slots on our scheduling page to set your high-quality Florida pest control plan in motion. We look forward to serving you and leaving your home pest-free!