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Battling with fleas? Our targeted treatments at Marett Pest Control offer effective flea elimination for your home and pets. In South Carolina, fleas are a common concern, especially for pet owners. These tiny pests can cause discomfort for your pets and family and are known for their ability to quickly infest an entire home. Our experienced team uses proven methods to tackle flea infestations, providing relief for your pets and peace of mind for you.

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How To Identify Fleas

  • Fleas are tiny, dark brown insects, about 1/16 to 1/8-inch long.
  • They have a thin, flat body and strong legs, ideal for jumping great distances.
  • Fleas are wingless but can jump up to 8 inches vertically.
  • Signs of fleas include small, dark specks (flea dirt) and bites on humans and pets.
  • In South Carolina, the Cat Flea is the most common species, affecting both cats and dogs.

Fleas Habits

  • Fleas primarily feed on the blood of mammals, including pets like dogs and cats, and sometimes humans.
  • They are known for their rapid breeding; a single female flea can lay up to 50 eggs a day.
  • Fleas prefer warm, humid environments and are most active during the summer months.
  • They can survive without a host for several months in their cocoon stage.
  • Fleas are commonly found in carpets, pet bedding, and upholstered furniture.

How To Prevent Fleas

  • Regularly wash and vacuum pet bedding, carpets, and furniture to remove flea eggs and larvae.
  • Keep your yard trimmed and clear of debris to reduce outdoor flea habitats.
  • Use flea prevention treatments on your pets as recommended by a veterinarian.
  • Treat your home with safe and effective flea control products.
  • For comprehensive flea control, especially in cases of severe infestation, contact Marett Pest Control for professional treatment and advice.
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