Your happy dog greets you at the front door at the end of the work day, so you take her outside to play in the yard. She is so happy to be playing with you and to get some fresh air that she sprawls on the ground and rolls around. It is adorable and entertaining. The best thing about it is that you know your pet is protected from fleas and ticks because just yesterday you got her a new flea collar or administered her monthly medication. She can roll around all she wants and any fleas or ticks that try to attach themselves to her will not survive. But what happens if a flea simply ends up on your dog’s fur and jumps off when you head back into your home? The flea may not attach to your dog, but your carpet, furniture, and bedding offer a tempting place to settle in. Contact us at EcoTech, the trusted Flea Exterminator in Minnesota for a flea evaluation.
Prevent a Flea Problem in Your Home
Pet owners who take great care to protect their furry family members from fleas are understandably confused when they discover that they have fleas in their homes. The scenario above illustrates just how easy it is for a home or apartment to become the new residence for one flea. And when you have one flea, you can soon have many. Fleas are tiny insects that can be difficult to see, especially if you have the confidence that your pet’s flea treatment will keep her safe from attaching. If you are lucky enough to see that flea jumping around on or near your pet, it may be difficult to see it and kill it because fleas are good jumpers. If that one flea jumps onto your carpet or furniture, it can quickly multiply into many more fleas. The extermination team at Eco Tech are experts at locating and exterminating fleas in your home, and our process successfully kills fleas at every stage of their life cycle, from the larval stage to adulthood.
Minnesota Extermination Services
Because of their small size, over-the-counter flea treatments are not always effective at removing all fleas and preventing future infestations. To be sure that every last flea has been exterminated, and to feel secure in the knowledge that there are no living larvae left to infest your home in the future, you should contact us.
If you need immediate help with a flea infestation, call Eco Tech’s emergency service line: (763) 232-7296. For routine inquiries, quotes, and general questions, call us at any of the following numbers: (612) 237-8282, (952) 881-6662, (763) 785-1414, or (651) 260-7378.