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Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Phone: (937) 340-1867
Fax: (877) 771-3432

Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373
Phone: (937) 340-1867
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Barnes Wildlife Control Of Ohio

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BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Flea Removal Service Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal
Locally Owned And Operated

Flea Removal service

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

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937- 340 -1867

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BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Flea Removal Service Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal
Locally Owned And Operated

Flea Removal Service

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Call Now
937- 340 -1867

Email Us

Loved By Yelp!

ARE FLEAS DRIVING YOU AND YOUR PET CRAZY? Call Barnes Wildlife Control's Flea Removal Service Today!

Fleas: A Nuisance To People And Pets Alike

A great flea picture. Barnes Wildlife Control's Flea Removal Service.

Over 2,500 species of fleas have been discovered worldwide. Fleas appear in human society in many forms as flea circuses, poems like John Donne's erotic "The Flea", works of music such as by Modest Mussorgsky, and a film by Charlie Chaplin. Let Barnes Wildlife Control be your Flea Removal Service.

Fleas are small, difficult-to-spot, parasitic insects that feast on the blood of all warm-blooded mammals (including humans). They are reddish-brown in color and have flat bodies. Each adult flea will go through complete metamorphosis before it completes its life cycle. Adult fleas lay eggs on their selected host, but the eggs do not stay attached. Soon after placement, the eggs fall to the ground where they remain until they hatch. Flea eggs typically take no longer than 24 hours to hatch. The larva is extremely small and whitish in color.

The transformation from larva to pupa can take anywhere from 2 weeks to 200 days depending on the specific environmental conditions. They are often found in pet bedding and carpets eating their own skin shedding and other organic material. Once a flea larva is full grown, it spins a cocoon and enters the pupal stage. This process takes roughly 14 days and, when ready, the adult flea emerges and waits for a host to approach. Once attached to the new host, they begin the feeding and breeding cycle.

 

How Do Flea Issues Get So Bad, So Quickly?

Fleas breed at an incredibly fast rate when conditions are ideal. During the spring and summer months, fleas reproduce very quickly and can become a major problem for nearby humans. A single female flea can produce up to 600 eggs per month. In a warm, humid environment, the transformation from egg to adult can take as little as 12 days. Once the weather begins to cool, the process slows to allow the larva the protection to survive the winter. This mechanism makes fleas extremely difficult to get rid of without year-round professional treatment.

 

Fleas: A Nuisance To People And Pets Alike

Fleas are small, difficult-to-spot, parasitic insects that feast on the blood of all warm-blooded mammals (including humans). They are reddish-brown in color and have flat bodies. Each adult flea will go through complete metamorphosis before it completes its life cycle. Adult fleas lay eggs on their selected host, but the eggs do not stay attached. Soon after placement, the eggs fall to the ground where they remain until they hatch. Flea eggs typically take no longer than 24 hours to hatch. The larva is extremely small and whitish in color.

 

A great flea picture. Barnes Wildlife Control's Flea Removal Service.

Over 2,500 species of fleas have been discovered worldwide. Fleas appear in human society in many forms as flea circuses, poems like John Donne's erotic "The Flea", works of music such as by Modest Mussorgsky, and a film by Charlie Chaplin. Let Barnes Wildlife Control be your Flea Removal Service.

 

The transformation from larva to pupa can take anywhere from 2 weeks to 200 days depending on the specific environmental conditions. They are often found in pet bedding and carpets eating their own skin shedding and other organic material. Once a flea larva is full grown, it spins a cocoon and enters the pupal stage. This process takes roughly 14 days and, when ready, the adult flea emerges and waits for a host to approach. Once attached to the new host, they begin the feeding and breeding cycle.

 

How Do Flea Issues Get So Bad, So Quickly?

Fleas breed at an incredibly fast rate when conditions are ideal. During the spring and summer months, fleas reproduce very quickly and can become a major problem for nearby humans. A single female flea can produce up to 600 eggs per month. In a warm, humid environment, the transformation from egg to adult can take as little as 12 days. Once the weather begins to cool, the process slows to allow the larva the protection to survive the winter. This mechanism makes fleas extremely difficult to get rid of without year-round professional treatment.

 

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What do Fleas Feed On?

Fleas are a blood-feeding parasite that will target any warm-blooded mammal. They have superb jumping ability that can span 150 times their body length! This makes it very easy for them to obtain a blood host. Once a flea lands on its host, it will begin feeding within 10 seconds. Flea bites can cause an itching sensation - an extreme annoyance to humans or pets unfortunate enough to be bitten. You may find small black specks on your pets after a flea infestation. These specks are digested blood and indicated that fleas have already feasted on the animal. Fleas in the larva stage will also feed on any organic material they can find on the ground, in pet bedding, in carpets, or in upholstered furniture. This includes hair, feathers, dead skin cells, and adult flea excrement.

How Can I Tell If My Pets Have Fleas?

There are many ways to tell if your pets are dealing with a flea infestation. Here are four things to look out for to keep your pets and your home free of fleas:

  1. Small black specks resembling black pepper. These indicate digested blood or flea feces.
  2. Constant, abnormal itching
  3. Loss of fur
  4. Red, irritated spots otherwise known as “hot spots”

 

If you suspect your pet has a flea infestation, contact your veterinarian for proper treatment. For expert, long-term flea removal service, .

HEALTH CONCERNS OF A FLEA INFESTATION

Human history has been riddled by diseases spread by flea vectors including the bubonic plague.

To a human, flea bites are mostly just annoying. The body will react to a flea bite much like it does any other type of insect bite. There may be redness, slight swelling, and itching present at the site. In some cases, a bitten human may have an allergic reaction, causing allergic dermatitis. Fleas can also spread several types of disease to pets and their human counterparts. Here are some commonly-spread diseases:

 

Murine Typhus

Rats are the main host for fleas that carry Murine Typhus, but cats can also get them and bring infected fleas into your home. This is especially true if your cat typically lives outside or if there are rats in or near your home. For more information on this disease, visit the CDC's page below.

CDC On Murine Typhus

 

Tapeworms

While extremely uncommon in humans, fleas that are infected with tapeworm larva can pass on the parasite to our pets. The parasite is transmitted by a dog or cat ingesting an infected flea. In some cases, small children can swallow an infected flea and contract the parasite. For more information, check out the link below.

Medical News Today: On Tapeworms

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Barnes Wildlife Control has the necessary experience to quickly rid your property of fleas. We offer several removal options that will exterminate fleas quickly. Call Us Now At (937) 340-1867 or Contact Us Here.

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FLEAS DRIVING YOU CRAZY? CALL OR TEXT US TODAY!

Barnes Wildlife Control has years of experience and education in the realm of animal removal. We are fully equipped to handle your flea issue no matter how severe! Also, we offer the necessary, year-round flea control programs that will keep you and your home safe always. Most important, we use only the latest, most advanced techniques on the market to treat your flea issues. Each member of our staff is fully certified to handle your pest problems. Call or Text Barnes Wildlife Control today at (937) 340-1867 and put your pest problems to rest!

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