DATE POSTED: July 9, 2019
Fleas are invading lawns across New England this time of year and they are difficult to treat alone. Those hopping, tiny pests are elusive and resistant to many treatments. Professional flea treatment is not only effective but is far superior to DIY methods
DATE POSTED: June 24, 2019
Once you’ve discovered your home or your pet has fleas, you’re probably asking yourself, “How did this happen?”
DATE POSTED: April 17, 2019
When you look at a blown-up picture of fleas, you'll notice their hind legs. The length and strength of these legs make fleas capable of jumping 150 times their own height! Imagine if humans could jump 150 times their own height. Since fleas are only about 2 to 3 mm long, the distance still seems small to us, but it’s all they need to get by.
DATE POSTED: November 16, 2018
It is important for New England pet owners to be diligent in their flea prevention this fall. Fleas pose dangers to pets, and an infestation can be a nightmare to deal with, both on your pet and in your home.
DATE POSTED: August 22, 2018
As a pet owner, it can be hard to watch your much-loved furry friends in distress. Their excitement when they greet you at the door and having them cuddle up beside you on the couch is something you probably look forward to. That is, until you have a flea infestation!
DATE POSTED: July 18, 2018
Many New England residents, especially those of us with pets, have experienced problems with fleas and know how much of a nuisance a flea infestation can be. Having these pests in your home can also be dangerous for you, your family members, and your pets as they are known to spread disease.