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Port Orange Flea and Tick Control
Can fleas and ticks make my pet sick in Port Orange, Florida?
The most common problem with fleas and ticks and your pet is something called flea allergy dermatitis, which can be caused by the bites of only a few fleas! This is because when fleas bite, they inject their saliva into the skin of your pet. The salivary proteins are often allergenic and result in the allergic animal then reacting by biting and scratching itself, and losing its hair. This is unpleasant for you and your pet and a good reason to keep fleas and ticks under control in Florida.
On a more serious scale, if you have a major infestation of blood-sucking fleas, pets can become anemic and even die, especially puppies. Fleas can also transmit tapeworms to our pets. As for ticks, there are a least a dozen tick-transmitted diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia, and ehrlichiosis. The southern part of the United States is one of the worst areas for fleas, and ticks as well. At Elite pest control services we offer a focused approach to Port Orange flea control.
Our technician will recommend how and when to treat your pet for fleas by a veterinarian, groomer, or by the pet owner. Then we treat the outdoor areas where the pet hangs out, repeating this process so that the life cycle of the flea will be broken. Finally we treat the home's interiors twice as well. After this, we will devise a maintenance plan to ensure fleas do not return.
Don't let your pet get sick from a flea problem in Port Orange. We are experienced with all aspects of flea and tick control. CALL US @ 386-256-6880 or visit the contact page.
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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.
"There are dozens of different species of fleas, but the Cat Flea, Ctenocephalides Felis, is by far the most common flea on pets and in structures in the United States, although it originated in Africa. "