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Flea Prevention and Elimination

Protect your pets and stop Fleas from entering your Home

Not only does Mosquito Mary’s rid your yard of pesky mosquitoes, but we take care of fleas too! Did you know that ticks arrive before mosquitoes and hang around after the mosquitoes are gone? Fleas arrive once the ground temperature is above 45 degrees Fahrenheit, so it’s important to have a plan in place in advanc

Most people know the common annoyances of fleas for cats, dogs, and sometimes even humans. Their bites are very itchy, their saliva can be an allergen causing rashes. They can cause skin problems when your cat or dog scratches incessantly. What many people don’t realize is that fleas carry diseases just like mosquitoes and ticks.

According to the ASPCA, since fleas can consume 15 times their own body weight in blood, they can cause anemia and a significant amount of blood loss over time. They can even cause tapeworms.

When you decide to fight mosquitoes with Mosquito Mary’s you are also eradicating fleas in your yard.

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Protect your Family and Pets with a Safe Process

If you are currently using topical or oral control methods, flea and tick collars, or even DIY shampoos and sprays—there is an easier solution that doesn’t bother your pets.

Our barrier treatment bonds to plants and vegetation on your property, killing mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas as well as preventing them from laying eggs and breeding, furthering the problem. Using an integrated pest management strategy, including regular treatments and pest monitoring, we control the problem and target the source: eggs and breeding. Our technicians canvas your entire property on foot to ensure nothing is missed, exterminating disease carrying insects.

Local, Targeted Approach to Eliminate Fleas

Our team of state-licensed technicians will perform a comprehensive assessment of your property to identify any current mosquito, tick, and flea populations or potential breeding sites. We use a specialized spray that contains active ingredients derived from natural sources, which have been proven to be effective in controlling ticks. This spray not only targets ticks but also other pests such as fleas, lice, and mites.

Our trained technicians focus on treating high-risk areas such as shaded areas, foliage, and shrubs where fleas like to hide and lay their eggs. We also target areas where your pets like to rest or play, such as their favorite spots on the lawn or around their outdoor kennels.

The process is safe for children and pets, making it an excellent solution for households with families. There is no need to avoid outdoor areas for an extended period after treatment. You can return to your yard and enjoy your outdoor space as usual after just a short wait period. We leave a post-service door hanger to confirm that the job has been completed, and we welcome your feedback.

Why is Flea Control so Important?

Here are some additional reasons for regular treatments for flea control:

  1. Fleas can cause tapeworm infestations: Fleas can carry tapeworm eggs, and if your pet ingests an infected flea, they can develop a tapeworm infestation. Tapeworms can cause symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, and weight loss, and they can be difficult to treat.
  2. Fleas can cause flea allergy dermatitis: Some pets can be allergic to flea saliva, and even a few flea bites can cause severe itching, redness, and inflammation of the skin. If left untreated, flea allergy dermatitis can lead to skin infections and other complications.
  3. Fleas can infest your home: Fleas can lay eggs in your carpets, furniture, and bedding, leading to a full-blown infestation in your home. A flea infestation can be difficult and time-consuming to eradicate and may require professional pest control services.
  4. Fleas can transmit diseases: Fleas can transmit diseases such as murine typhus and cat scratch fever to humans, and they can also transmit diseases to other animals.
  5. Fleas can reproduce quickly: Female fleas can lay up to 50 eggs per day, and these eggs can hatch in as little as two days. A few fleas can quickly turn into a full-blown infestation, making flea control crucial to prevent further complications.

Regular flea control treatment is crucial to maintain a flea-free environment and protect your pets and family’s health. By investing in professional flea control services, you can ensure that your pets and family are protected from the harmful effects of fleas.

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