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Daytona Beach Flea and Tick Control
How in the world did my pet get so many fleas in Daytona Beach?
There are more than 2,200 kinds of fleas and it only takes one to cause a lot of trouble for you and your pet. Fleas in your home come from another flea-infested animal such as a stray dog or stray cat, your neighbors’ dog or cat, or wildlife such as possums or raccoons that have spread the eggs of a female flea throughout your pet's environment. The eggs became adults and those fleas decided to jump on your pet or you when you walked past vegetation where the fleas were waiting for a new host. Ticks on the other hand can go up to a year without feeding and wait for just the right moment to attach to a warm blooded creature.
The good news is that flea and tick control is possible with the help of a professional pest control company such as Elite Termite and Pest Services. Daytona Beach flea control is a service that is customized by our technicians for each infestation, because the flea problems are not always the same everywhere.
Our technicians are certified and trained to the highest standards and they understand the local needs of our customers. Fleas and ticks can be especially bad in the southeast, and certain weather patterns can only exacerbate the problem further. Preventative measures need to be taken year round to deter reinfestation of fleas. Eradicating and controlling fleas is a careful process that keeps in mind the life cycle of the flea itself.
If you need Daytona Beach flea and tick control services right away, CALL US @ 386-256-6880 or visit the contact page.
See What Our Customers are Saying
Frank in Palm Coast
No bugs at my house! Elite pest control goes through every nook and cranny. Even behind the electric sockets, I had never seen that before.
Meredith in Palm Coast
I am tired of the same old song and dance with the other companies, so I tried Elite out. No one has ever gone through my house like Elite has. First two days I saw dead things inside and out. Not a one since.
"Feral cats or wild animals such as raccoon or possum will find a way to live under a house or an adjacent deck, seeding the soil there with thousands of flea eggs over time, and the ensuing adult fleas can find their way into the home. "