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Killing Fleas With Sprays And Foggers

Flea infestation in the household can be irritating to both humans and pets alike. Fleas feed on blood, with animals as the preferred source of nourishment, however, they can also feed on humans. Flea saliva can cause hypersensitivity reactions among pets with flea allergies, as a result, flea bites tend to become extremely itchy, even painful. There are a lot of anti-flea products to choose from which are sold in pet stores. There are spot-on treatments, flea soaps, flea shampoos, flea collars, flea dips, and oral flea tablets. All of which can provide a solution to a flea infestation. However, heavily infested households will benefit from fogging or spraying. Fleas are difficult to eradicate since they multiply at rapid rates and their eggs can survive extreme environmental conditions. With fogging, flea eggs, larvae, and adult fleas can be killed. Products used for fogging or spraying contain substances that can be hazardous to pets and humans. Veterinarians would know which anti-flea products you could use in your household. Make sure to read through the product label and instructions first. There are also professional exterminators you can hire for severe or heavy flea infestation. 

Ask your veterinarian San Antonio, TX for safe and effective flea medication for your pet

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