Flea FAQ

How to Comb for Fleas?

The day that you discover your pet has fleas is the day you start working to get rid of them. While you may be panicked over the idea of a flea infestation on your dog or cat, realize that you will be...

Are Flea Collars Safe or Dangerous?

It seems as if the news is always reporting some sort of information about the harmful ingredients used in flea prevention products. Flea collars are one of the products that people aren’t sure about simply because they are literally bands of plastic...

Flea Foggers, Bombs and Children

Flea foggers area great way to categorically annihilate fleas when all else fails but there are some precautions that you need to take in order to keep children and pets safe. Throughout the following paragraphs, we’re going to review those precautions so...

Can Dog Fleas Live On Humans?

As a pet owner, you may believe that fleas are not a problem for a human being, that you only have to worry about making sure your pet stays flea free. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth and if you...

Signs and Symptoms of Fleas on Dogs

No dog owner ever wants to deal with fleas on their pet. However, regardless of how well you try to prevent fleas from making their home on your dog, sometimes the worst happens and you have to deal with it. Fleas are...

Where Do Fleas Hide on Dogs?

Fleas are incredibly tiny, incredibly hungry parasites that live on warm-blooded animals. They are incredibly resilient and can live anywhere from a couple weeks to almost two years depending on the environment they are exposed to. Fleas typically only grow to be...

Flea Collars and Pregnancy

To many of us, our pets are like our children. We cuddle them and coddle them, we buy them clothes, toys, and treat them (sometimes) to spa days or play time at pet resorts. However, if you are pregnant with a (furless)...