It’s every pet owner’s nightmare, all of a sudden your beloved furry friend has started to chew and scratch intensely, under attack from the dreaded flea.
These infuriating parasites can truly send you and your pets into quite the tizzy, leaving you frantically searching for a solution which will bring relief from the flea menace.
When under siege from fleas, many people will automatically reach for chemical and pesticide products to eliminate these pests in quick time. But there are also those of us who are not comfortable with the use of harsh chemicals in the home or on our pets.
Fortunately, you don’t have to use these potentially harmful flea killers if you don't want to. There are many natural ways to battle fleas, one of which is vinegar. This article explains how to use vinegar to kill fleas in your home once and for all.
Fleas are unwelcome visitors in any home. These bloodsucking parasites will happily feed on both human and animal blood, leaving you itchy, sore, and covered in little bites.
If you start to see signs of fleas in the house, it is imperative to attend to the problem before it becomes a full-blown infestation.
There are multiple choices on the market to help you kill fleas, but unfortunately, many of these use chemicals which can pose risks to your and your pets’ health.
Luckily, your household cupboards can hold the answer to destroying fleas without the use of dangerous pesticides. In this article, we look at the use of salt to effectively kill fleas.
Fleas are certainly an unpleasant and distressing issue for any homeowner to deal with. Large infestations of fleas can seemingly appear out of nowhere, leaving you and your pets itching and scratching like crazy.
The most common question on anyone's mind is how on earth did they get here? Fleas seem to manage to find their way onto your pet, furnishings, your clothes and maybe even your bed. For such tiny creatures, this understandably leads many people to believe that fleas are capable of flight. But are they?
This article takes an in-depth look to find out whether fleas can fly or not.
Fleas are a major nuisance for us and our beloved pets. Getting a flea infestation under control can present quite a challenge and be very stressful for us. While some pet owners are familiar with indoor treatments for fleas, fewer people realize the importance of treating their outdoor spaces.
Fleas always originate from outdoors, often from your yard, before they find their way into your home. Hence, it is super important to attend to these spaces to stop fleas for good.
There are lots of chemicals which can be used to kill fleas in your yard, but these have the potential to not only damage the environment, but also be harmful to you and your pets’ health.
Luckily, there is a natural, non-toxic and very effective solution to destroy fleas in your yard—beneficial nematodes.
In this article, we explain what beneficial nematodes are, how they work, and how to use them to eliminate fleas.
Almost all pet owners will have struggled with the menace of fleas at some point in their lives. Fleas are determined parasites, who are capable of multiplying at truly alarming rates once they have found their way into your home and onto your pet.
In order to effectively battle fleas, it’s useful to truly understand their life cycle and reproductive habits. A key part of this life cycle is flea eggs. These eggs lie dormant and in waiting, to cause you and your pet irritation and discomfort. So, knowing what to look for can help you attend to the issue of fleas before it develops.
This article discusses the production of flea eggs, what they look like and where to find them in your home and on your pet.
Fleas are wingless, bloodsucking insects and are best known for infesting our beloved pets. While it’s true that fleas much prefer to live, bite, and feed upon animals, they are not too fussy about biting people too.
If you have pets at home that harbor fleas, it’s only a matter of time before you will also become a menu item for these nasty parasites. Fleas will happily feed on human blood if given the opportunity. If you’re living in a home without any pets, fleas can still find their way in from your yard, on your clothing, or via a visiting animal.
Despite their minuscule size, fleas are capable of causing extreme irritation and can even transmit diseases to people. Therefore, it’s important that you know how to identify and treat flea bites to soothe itching and prevent further complications.
This article will examine how to distinguish flea bites from other insect bites, how long they last, how best to treat them and the potential risks you should be aware of.
Fleas are nasty, irritating bloodsuckers that are never welcome in your home. Their itchy bites can drive you and your pets crazy, often leading your furry friend to chew themselves raw.
There are many pesticidal flea sprays on the market which can tackle fleas both in the home and on your pet, but often these carry risks and potential side effects. A great alternative is to use natural, homemade flea sprays with ingredients you likely already have at home.
This article examines how to make an effective homemade flea spray and how to use it for best results.
Fleas in the yard can represent a challenge for pet owners. Not only are flea bites painful and irritating for you and your pet, they can also cause infections and spread disease. No matter how thoroughly you treat your home and your pet against fleas, if you do not treat your outside spaces, the pesky fleas will be back and biting in no time.
Luckily, there are a number of flea yard treatments available which can help you to eliminate these pests for good. In this article, we discuss how flea spray works, which are the best flea sprays, and how to use them safely.
There are numerous medications on the market for killing and repelling fleas. They come in different forms and contain varying active ingredients. Flea powder is one of many possible options you have in the event of your home or pet become infested.
I will investigate the potential safety concerns when it comes to using flea powder. I have also reviewed three of the top flea powders on the market. You will discover whether these powders are effective or not, and what precautions you should take when using them on your pet and in your home.
There are many home remedies touted for getting rid of fleas. One such remedy is using Dawn, a type of dish soap. There is a lot of misinformation out there about fighting fleas at home. So I’m going to review the facts behind the claims that using Dawn will kill fleas.
We will cover what Dawn is, and some facts about the main ingredients. You will learn whether Dawn really can be used to kill fleas, and if it is effective against flea eggs. Finally, I will detail how to use Dawn for this purpose.