Fleas Control

Fleas Control

fleas control

Fleas are tiny, yet they pose big problems for pets and humans alike. These parasitic insects thrive in Malaysia’s warm climate, making flea infestations a common issue for homeowners, pet owners, and businesses. At [Your Company Name], we specialize in comprehensive flea control services designed to protect your family and pets from these unwanted guests.

Understanding Fleas

Fleas are small, wingless insects that feed on the blood of animals and humans. Their remarkable jumping abilities allow them to move easily between hosts and environments.

Common Signs of Flea Infestations

  • Pets scratching more than usual
  • Small, dark spots (flea droppings) in pet bedding or carpets
  • Flea bites on humans, often around the ankles

Appearance of Flea Bites

  • Small, Red Bumps: Flea bites typically appear as small, red bumps on the skin. They are often surrounded by a reddish halo.
  • Pattern: Unlike some insect bites that are isolated or randomly distributed, flea bites often occur in groups or lines of two or three.
  • Location: Flea bites are most commonly found on the lower part of the body, such as the legs and ankles. However, they can also appear in other areas, especially on people who have slept with pets harboring fleas.
  • Itching: One of the hallmark symptoms of flea bites is intense itching. The itchiness results from the flea’s saliva, which contains allergens.

Controlling Fleas

If the infestation is severe or home treatments are not effective, professional pest control services can provide a more comprehensive solution. Pest control professionals have access to a range of powerful treatments and can tailor their approach to your specific situation.

  • Identify Source of Fleas : From Pets? Yard?
  • DIY techniques may lead to infestation spreading to other areas.
  • Our trained technicians would carry out assessment before carrying out appropriate fleas control, including using residual spray, ULV misting treatment.

Dangers of Fleas

Fleas are not just a nuisance; they can pose serious health risks:

  • Intolerable itch – one of the major discomfort is the intolerable, long lasting itch to the residents bitten by fleas. Without
  • Disease Transmission – Fleas can transmit diseases to pets and humans, including tapeworms and, in rare cases, serious bacterial infections.
  • Allergic Reactions – Some pets and people are allergic to flea saliva, leading to intense itching, skin infections, and discomfort.
  • Pet Anemia – Severe flea infestations can cause anemia in pets, especially in young, old, or ill animals, due to blood loss.

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