In the right conditions fleas can reproduce rapidly and grow to large populations in a short period of time.Typically the fleas you see are the adults and these only represent a small fraction of the entire population.
What Do Fleas Eat?
Fleas feed on the blood of the host animal. They bite the dog, cat or person over and over again as they feed throughout their lifespan. A flea infestation is a thriving flea population inside your home or environment, gross really!
A flea infestation will not go away on its own and left unaddressed will only get worse. The typical method for wiping out a flea infestation is with various poisons. Applying poisons onto the back of the pet is a common method. Many dogs and cats have adverse reactions to these poisons and some actually die after they are treated. When treating with poison the home also needs to be treated because the majority of the population lives in the household. All this poison can’t be good for you or your pet.
Kill Fleas Without Poison
Fortunately, there is a way to kill fleas on your pet and in your home without poison, it is called Nomoflea™ Flea & Tick Spray. Nomoflea™ is available in two products, one is a spray for direct application to your pet and the other for spraying in your home. Nomoflea™ works by dissolving the waxy protective covering of a fleas exoskeleton as they come into contact with the product. Without this waxy protective layer the flea rapidly dehydrates and dies. Nomoflea™ is a new alternative to killing fleas on your pet and in your home without poison.