Monday, October 5, 2009

Dog Has Fleas?

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Almost all dogs may acquire fleas at some time in there lifespan, and it primarily happens during the summer months. They may be difficult to visualize since they rarely spend any long periods of time on the dog. Fleas and flea eggs are able to live outside in the summertime. Frequent treatment is suggested, particularly for a restless and scratchy dog. An individual treatment isn't adequate for efficient control and treatment ordinarily calls for it to be duplicated every month. The most effective treatments are derived from your veterinarian. All dogs and cats in the home will require care including the home itself (normally with a spraying, even though a few treatments for pets help likewise). It's really crucial not to apply dog treatments on a cat. Vacuum the curtains, upholstery, and all the nooks and crannies. Be sure to empty the vacuum cleaner bag afterwards. Otherwise, vacuumed flea eggs could hatch and re-infest your house. Seal it in a plastic bag. Also the home should be treated afterward since vacuuming due to the shakiness hastens hatching of flea eggs. Keep in mind special tending to the dark crack areas around the house.

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