If your dog has fleas he or she is truly miserably. Imagine being bitten 24/7-365 by blood sucking little parasites. It’s horrible really! Left untreated it will only get worse, fleas won’t go away on their own. Unfortunately, until recently, wiping out fleas meant resorting to the use of poisons to kill the buggers. That is until now. Now you can kill fleas safely without poison by using a product called Nomoflea™ Flea Spray.
Signs of Fleas Infestation
- relentless scratching
- rapid biting of the hind quarters
- flea dirt at the base of your dogs fur
- bites on you
- seeing fleas
What do Fleas Look Like?
As you can see in the picture below, fleas are tiny. These fleas have been removed with a flea comb and are dead in the picture but keep in mind a flea comb does not kill the flea. In order to kill the fleas while combing, you will have to dip the flea comb in soapy water to drown the fleas.
What is Flea Dirt?
Flea dirt is the feces of a flea. It is small like a small grain of pepper. You can see it on a dog with a flea infestation by separating the fur and looking close. Below is a picture of flea dirt between the fur.
Fleas & Tapeworms
If biting your dog wasn’t bad enough, there is more. Tapeworms are passed to dogs by eating the fleas. When your dog bites at himself he is trying his best to kill the biting flea. Your dog will inadvertently ingest the dead flea in the process. Fleas carry tapeworm eggs inside their systems. The tapeworm eggs hatch inside your dog after he eats the flea and thus gets infected with tapeworms. Lovely:(
So it is best to combat fleas at all cost and prevent them from getting a foothold on your dog and in your household. Kill fleas without poison by using Nomoflea™.