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Prevention of fleas is easier than removal of them. One of best defenses against chronic infestations is maintaining your pet's health.
As an added Flea Control protectant, try natural repellents instead of synthetic sprays or dips, which may contain harmful insecticides. Some chemicals in flea collars, dips and sprays can be very bad for our pets, Fleas can adapt to these types of Flea control treatments and mutate, therefore making Flea Control treatment inefficient.
Because fleas reproduce faster than bunny rabbits, removing them from your pet is only half battle, you need to get them from your home. Vacuum all surfaces where fleas (and their eggs) may hide, these include carpets, bare floors, chairs and beds. Put a flea collar in vacuum bag to kill any fleas that may escape and reinfest your home. Dispose of bag immediately after vacuuming. Always be sure to wash blankets and sheets in hot water.
Fleas are resilient, but with a little vigilance and an effective Flea Control treatment, your pet and your home can become a zero flea zone.
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