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When we bring pets into our homes, they very quickly becomes part of the family. But when your pet bring fleas into the house? Those aren’t quite as welcome. A flea infestation is not necessarily a sign of a dirty or unkempt home. If someone living nearby has a flea infestation, your pet can easily make your home vulnerable as well.

It’s summertime and there is nothing worse than watching your pet itch and scratch for hours on end. Fleas are out in abundance this time of year and it is up to you to protect your home and pet from these bloodsuckers.

First, let's start with a little bit about the life history of the flea: Fleas must have blood in order to reproduce. All fleas go through four stages of life. The eggs are laid on your animal and then drop from the animal and hatch out to a maggot-like larvae. After two weeks the larvae are full grown and spin cocoons in which they change into the pupae stage. This stage can last anywhere from one to eight weeks before hatching into adult fleas.

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