Fleas grow to about 1/8-inch-long. Reddish brown, these tiny insects are a nuisance to humans and pets. Cats and dogs typically carry in fleas from outside, bringing them into the home. Because fleas feed on blood, pets can be an easy food source for them. And because fleas can jump great distances, trying to catch them when they are visible becomes a challenge.
Humans can also be bitten, and some may even have allergic reactions. Fleas also can carry illnesses, so it’s important to know the signs and take action when you can to ensure that an infestation doesn’t happen. If you have pets that are itching frequently, notice small bites on you or your pets, or physically see fleas, it’s time to call for pest control.
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Family Pest Control of Connecticut Inc. specializes in insect and rodent control services. No matter the extent of your pest problem, we can help and bring back peace to your home. Give us a call today to learn more and to schedule your extermination appointment.