Most pests hibernate during winter and start appearing again when Spring comes around. Well guess what? Spring is here and so are the pests! You’ll see a lot more ants, cockroaches and bees as the weather warms up. My worst nightmare are those damn fleas. This is mostly because I have 2 dogs and a cat. If one of them gets infected by fleas, it is only a mater of time that the rest will be infected too.
Well the good news is that with the improvement of technology in the pest control industry, there are many ways to get rid of fleas from your pets. If you suspect that your dog or cat has fleas, you should immediately get them a flea collar. You should also regularly bathe them with flea shampoo. This will help get rid of at least 70% of the fleas on their body. You can tackle the rest by the trusty flea pill. You can get this pill from any vet or pet store. Simply feed one pill to your pet every time they come back from the park (where they could have contracted the fleas from other pets) and watch the fleas drop off their bodies. I’m totally serious. One day after feeding my dog the flea pill, I could see many dead fleas lying around my house.