Fleas can be persistent and can breed in different locations if you do not address the problem right away. Don’t think that just because you have treated your pet from pests that your home is safe from fleas. If your pet, you and your family are still experiencing some sort of flea pest infestation, then better get the help of an expert flea control New Chum right away.
Here are some things you need to think about flea control:
Consider your pet
Is your pet an inside animal? If so, make sure to treat the pet from fleas as well as your home. If the pet spends a lot of time outside, then treat the pet, your home and the yard as well. Keep in mind that flea control is egg control. If you can eliminate the eggs from developing on the pet, home or yard, then you will be able to get rid of them.
Proper treatment could take a few weeks to get rid of the fleas. If done correctly, the cycle of the flea pupae would be interrupted. How long it would take for the flea infestation to stop would depend on the severity of the flea pupae. It could be resolved with one treatment or it could take three weeks to two months of spraying.
Chemicals cannot kill the pupae consistently. When you do a liquid treatment, the focus will mostly be with adult fleas. It can also kill the larva crawling around. However, the pupae which are still developing may not be targeted, but it could be killed depending on the temperature, the fleas species and humidity.