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9 Ways to Stop Fleas

November 11, 2021

Fleas are a common problem since they’re somethingyour poor pooch can catch easily. A fun-filled romp at the park or even just apotty trip can be enough for your dog to catch one, and one is all it takes!Due to their rapid growth, stopping a flea infestation can be a challenge.Luckily, there are things you can do to prevent fleas, and to stop them fromharming your precious pup and get them out of your home.


1. Inspect and groom your dog’s coat regularly



Regularly comb and check your dog’s coat to check forany signs of fleas and ticks, like flea bites and dirt or areas where furis sparse, and to make sure your sweet friend’s fur is looking its best.Ready Pet Go! Fish Oil andCheese-Flavored Chews area tasty treat for your pup, and the chews will also help to recover from anydamage to the skin and coat from the pesky fleas, and aid in joint health. Whoknows? Your pooch may wind up looking better than ever.


2. Get Some Flea Preventative -- STAT!



Flea preventative is an important part of getting rid of fleas anddiscouraging infestations. If you discover your dog has fleas, it’s a good ideato consult your veterinarian on the best treatment options for your dog, andgetrecommendations for fleapreventative medicine tokeep future infestations at bay. Make sure to read the labels carefully and donot use flea preventative meant for a cat on a dog under any circumstances.

3. Flea Combs



Flea combs can help remove fleas, eggs and flea dirtfrom your dog’s coat, and are a great option to use in combination with thingssuch as flea prevention medication.

4. Flea Baths



Bathing your dog with dog fleaand tick shampoos canhelp kill the fleas on your dog and remove them from your dog’s coat. Make surethe shampoo does not contain tea tree oil, which is toxic to dogs, and shouldnot be used to prevent fleas.

  

5. Treat All Dogs in the House



If you have multiple canine companions, it’s important totreat them all for fleas, even if only one seems to have fleas. Thiswill help avoid the infestation spreading to the other dogs. Keeping your dogaway from other dogs during peak flea season can also help avoid infestation.

6. Treat Your Home, Too!



Wash all dog beds and bedding in your home in hot, soapy water tomake sure fleas are disposed of if present there. One age-old trick to rid yourhouse of fleas is to sprinkle Borax onto your carpet and let it sit for a bitbefore vacuuming.  When you vacuum, makesure you include common fabric areas like sofas and any other large clothsurfaces where your dog might like to hang out and where fleas will makethemselves right at home. Immediately dispose of the contents of the vacuum bagor canister outside. If your dog has recently been in the car, it is alsorecommended that you vacuum the seats. If the infestation is particularly hardto control, consider using a flea and tick“fogger.”

7. Keep Your Yard Mowed and Tidy



Keeping your yard freshly mowed can help prevent fleas from takingup residence there. TheCDC also recommends getting rid of leaf litter regularly.

8. Treat Your Yard for Fleas



In addition to keeping your yard tidy, you can also use aspray, pellet or nontoxic fleatreatment inyour yard to stop fleas from making your yard their home.

9. Keep Up with Treatment and Cleaning to Prevent More Infestations



Once your pets, environment and yard are treated, it is importantto keep up with flea preventative maintenance. Treat your dog regularly, keepup with vacuuming your surfaces, maintain your yard and continue to check yourpooch’s coat for signs of trouble.


Getting a flea infestation can be scary, and a bit frustrating,but following these steps and developing a flea prevention routine can helpmake sure that if fleas do knock at your door, they won’t stay long.

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