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A Guide on How to Identify Fleas & Ticks

Fleas and ticks are a concern for both pets and people. Our targeted treatments effectively eradicate these parasites, allowing your pets to roam without fear of infestations.


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How to Identify

A Guide on How to Identify Fleas & Ticks

Early detection of fleas and ticks is crucial for effective management and control, especially considering their potential health risks to both humans and pets. This section focuses on identifying signs of flea and tick infestations, highlighting common indicators and areas where these pests are often found.

  • Look for fleas jumping on your pet, in pet bedding, or on furniture, as these pests are small and dark.
  • Inspect pets and yourself for ticks, especially after spending time in wooded or grassy areas.
  • Check for flea dirt, which looks like small black specks, in pet bedding, carpets, or on pets themselves.
  • Be alert for excessive scratching and biting by pets, which can indicate a flea problem.
  • Examine your skin and your pet’s skin for tick bites, which can appear as small red marks, sometimes accompanied by swelling or rash.
How to Identify

A Guide on How to Identify Fleas & Ticks

After treating for fleas and ticks, continuous monitoring and preventive measures are key to preventing re-infestation. This section outlines essential steps to maintain a flea and tick-free environment, emphasizing regular care and environmental management.

  • Regularly wash and change pet bedding, as well as any other fabrics where fleas might lay eggs.
  • Maintain a regular grooming schedule for pets, including the use of flea and tick preventive treatments as recommended by a veterinarian.
  • Keep your yard trimmed and clear of excessive brush, leaf piles, and tall grasses where ticks are likely to hide.
  • Vacuum carpets, furniture, and floors frequently to remove any fleas, ticks, and their eggs.
  • Use flea and tick treatments in your home environment, such as sprays or powders, especially in areas frequented by pets.
  • Consult with a veterinarian for ongoing flea and tick control for your pets, including oral or topical medications.
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We had a terrible problem with bugs. Just one visit made a world of difference. I recommend Todd highly. He gets the job done!

Joy Adams

Great response time checking out our home! Todd was very knowledgeable and confident in what steps we needed to take. Fair price too. So satisfied that we now have him handle out business too.

Matt Yates

Todd was a pleasure to work with! He was responsive, professional, and did a great job. I would recommend him for your extermination needs.

Leslie Smith

Amazing Customer Service! I called this morning and Todd was at my house by 1:30. He definitely saved the day!! He explained everything and answered all my questions! We will be using Marett Pest Control for all our pest issues.

Allison Martin

Amazing service! So easy to schedule and I know if there is an issue I could call but I haven't had to! Also loves that this company supports the community!

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