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Are Fleas Dangerous To New England Residents

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.

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Flea Prevention Tips Every Homeowner Should Know About

DATE POSTED: May 10, 2018

Having a flea infestation can be annoying. They will turn up everywhere in your home, and humans and pets alike will end up itching and scratching like crazy. The most common flea in the United States is the cat flea. Fleas feed off the blood of a mammal, lay hundreds of eggs, and can reproduce rapidly. They are tiny pests that only grow up to 1/8” in length. They can be reddish, brownish…

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Tips To Keep Fleas Out Of Your Home

DATE POSTED: May 24, 2017

Fleas! Need we say more? These insects need no description. You know what they look like and you know what issues they cause when they get into our homes. But what you may not know is how to keep them out. Here are some tips. Some you'll know. Others may surprise you.

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Is That A Flea Bite?

DATE POSTED: December 20, 2016

There are several pests that will bite you if you live in Connecticut; fleas, ticks, spiders, mosquitoes, bed bugs…how are you supposed to know exactly what bit you if you didn’t see the actual bug? After all, most bug bites wind up looking very similar; and knowing what caused your bite is important. Depending on the species, some of these creatures can transmit some pretty harmful…

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What You Can Do When Fleas Get In

DATE POSTED: November 30, 2016

You may think that the threat of fleas getting into your home is over now that the weather has turned colder but this is not the case. While fleas may not be as numerous out there in your yard, they are still alive and well, warm and toasty, living on all sorts of animals.

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