In the summer fleas can survive outside and be carried into buildings. Visiting friends or clients who have fleas in their home can transport fertile fleas into their home or workplace. If you have visited a public building with fleas, you can bring them home. Fleas in the pupae stage can remain dormant for up to 9 months and hatch when you walk into an empty property. This is a common problem for landlords and real estate agents. Animals such as squirrels, raccoons & possums bring fleas in from neighboring yards .
Treatment of pets is essential. Pet treatment, which contains a growth inhibitor (products or materials that interrupt or inhibit the life cycle of a pest. By inhibiting the maturity of an insect, we keep it from reaching the critical adult stage, thus stopping the life cycle and infestation) is very important. You should also: Groom and treat your pets. Animals swallow eggs when they clean themselves so grooming with a flea comb will help stop this. Flea eggs will drop off so groom outside. Your vet can give advice about flea treatments.
A female flea can lay at a rate of 40 to 50 per day for around 50 days and about 2,000 eggs over the course of its life, but is incapable of laying eggs until after its first meal. A female flea will lay eggs within 35 to 48 hours of its first blood.
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