Flea Control Sydney

Effective Flea Pest Control Services

Flea Control in Sydney

We know that dealing with fleas can be a nightmare. Seriously, who hasn’t had that sinking feeling when they see their beloved pet furiously scratching away?

Fleas are so small that they’re easy to overlook. But don’t be fooled by their size.

Fleas are resilient and will spread quickly if not addressed immediately. Left unchecked, flea problems can turn into infestations in no time. It can lead to discomfort and inconvenience. Furthermore, DIY Fleat treatment don’t always get the rsults you desire. So it can be difficult to get rid of them completely.

It’s time to take control of this problem once and for all, and we’ve got just what you need.

If you or your pet has a flea problem we can help. We offer fast results with all our flea removal services.

Please call us on 02 8188 3997 to get a FREE QUOTE and put an end to your flea issues.

Our Professional Flea Control Service

Fleas may be tiny, but their impact on our lives is anything but. They’re parasites that feed on the blood of mammals (including us!) and birds. With over 2,000 species worldwide, they vary in size, color, shape.

You need professionals who know what they’re doing when it comes to flea control.

Our expert team at Pro Pest Control Sydney has a wealth of knowledge and experience in tackling flea infestations head-on.

We won’t rest until both you AND your furry friends are free from the torment these bloodthirsty little monsters cause.

Our Treatment

  1. Inspection: Our experts will survey every nook and cranny of your property to identify hotspots where flea activity might be happening. We look for where adult fleas are hising and target their breeding grounds.
  2. Treatment: Once we determine the severity of the problem, our technicians use top-of-the-line chemicals (safe for pets too!) This includes flea bombs, insecticide sprays, and dusting. Through various applications such as to ensure those fleas are sent packing.
  3. Prevention: After eliminating the infestation, we’ll provide you with tips and recommendations on how to keep your home flea-free in the future.

Common Species of Fleas

Cat Flea (Ctenocephalides felis)

Don’t let the name fool you – these guys don’t just target cats. Humans and dogs can fall victim to this aggressive biter too! They are reddish-brown with flat bodies and about 1-2 mm long.

Dog Flea (Ctenocephalides canis)

Another popular culprit when it comes to infestations – these brownish-black fleas primarily prefer dogs as hosts but won’t hesitate to snack on other animals or humans too.

Rat Flea (Xenopsylla cheopis)

As you might guess from the name, rat fleas prefer rats for a meal; however, if their preferred host is unavailable they’ll use whomever is around them as a meal source leading to disease transmission including plague.

Human Flea (Pulex irritans)

Although uncommon in many parts nowadays, these little vampires specifically love feasting on human blood! Similar in appearance to cat and dog fleas but slightly larger.

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How much does pest control cost for fleas?

The cost of flea control services depends on the specifics of your situation. Our prices start from $180.

How long will it take to get rid of the problem?

Conventional treatments generally takes between 1-2 visits depending on the extent of infestation and needs for follow-up treatments.

Will my pets be OK after flea treatment?

Yes! We only use approved insecticides that are safe around animals when used according to labels.

How do I get rid of fleas permanently?

Fleas reproduce quickly. So without proper preventative measures in place they’ll likely return in no time. While effective pest removal solutions may eradicate existing pests, true “permanent” expulsion requires an integrated approach. Including targeted application techniques designed to take into account nesting sites & habitat preferences along with ongoing preventative measures. These may include physical controls and personal hygiene habits.

How do fleas breed?

Fleas have a fascinating breeding process that starts when a female flea feeds on a blood meal, providing her with the necessary nutrients for reproduction. After obtaining this meal, she lays 20-50 eggs at once and can lay hundreds of eggs in her lifetime. These eggs usually fall off the host animal and end up in various places like pet bedding or carpets.

Eggs hatch within 2-14 days, depending on environmental conditions, giving birth to flea larvae. During the larval stage, they feed on organic debris and go through several molts before entering the pupal stage. Depending on the species of flea and conditions like temperature and humidity, they may remain in their pupal stage anywhere from a week to months.

Finally, adult fleas emerge from their protective cocoons when they sense nearby hosts (e.g., by detecting warmth or vibrations). They jump onto their new host to start feeding quickly, repeating this entire life cycle for future generations of fleas.

Do fleas cause allergies?

Yes, flea bites can cause allergic reactions in some people and animals. When these tiny pests bite their victims to obtain nourishment from blood meals, they inject saliva containing histamine-like compounds into their hosts’ skin which often results in redness or itching at the bite site.

In more severe cases of sensitivity to this saliva component(s), individuals may develop raised welts or suffer from more pronounced itchiness across other areas too. Moreover, long-term exposure to flea bites may predispose susceptible pets such as cats or dogs toward developing allergic dermatitis. An unfavorable condition characterized by skin inflammation and intense scratching response(s).

My pet has fleas what do i do?

If you find that your pet has fleas, it’s best to contact your veterinarian. Your vet can provide specific advice about treatment options tailored to your pet. These may include topical medications or flea collars.

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Don’t wait – contact Pro Pest Control Sydney now for effective and long lasting flea removal!

Call 02 8188 3997 or email to find out more about our professional flea treatment today.