Flea Treatment

Flea Treatment in London

Are you faced with an invasion of fleas? Call in our pest control company to effectively eradicate them from your property.
Fleas are difficult parasites to eradicate. Generally, their presence is due to pets such as a dog or cat. However, only 5% of fleas remain on the animal while 95% circulate in the house. So how do you fight a flea infestation?

Flea infestation: act quickly

The flea is a parasitic insect that lives in close contact with its host. It feeds on the blood of birds and mammals. Its presence in the household should be taken seriously. When the environmental conditions are favourable, the flea can complete all the stages of its development in less than 2 weeks. In one month, a single female flea can give birth to several tens of thousands of new adult fleas. There is a real risk of a massive invasion.

A female flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day. The eggs do not remain on your pet's coat but fall almost everywhere in the house. They can be embedded between floorboards, in carpets, rugs, etc. The eggs turn into larvae and then into nymphs that develop in a silk cocoon. There they metamorphose into adult fleas.

A flea infestation is a real nightmare. Seek the help of a pest control company to combat fleas effectively

Flea Removers at your service

Eliminating your flea problem as quickly as possible so that you can get back to your normal life is the objective of Mouse London Control 24/7. Our experts will establish a suitable and effective intervention plan. We will pay particular attention to the safety of your family members and your pets, if you have any.

Recognising a flea infestation

Is your pet scratching or itching on a regular basis? Do you notice dried blood on its coat or traces of redness? These are signs of a flea infestation. It is also possible to see flea droppings on carpets, rugs or in the basket of your four-legged friend.

Bites on various parts of the body, such as under the knees and on the legs, are further evidence of a flea problem. Unlike bedbugs, fleas often attack the lower limbs. They can absorb up to 15 times their own weight and bite on average 10 times a day. A flea bite is not painful in itself, but can cause unbearable itching. Some people may develop an allergy as a result of the bites.

The consequence of the bites is equally disastrous for your pet, dog or cat. The urge to scratch becomes recurrent and can cause lesions on the skin. It becomes urgent to remedy a flea infestation. Insect control requires the use of effective and efficient anti-flea products.

Call in an expert to remove an infestation

Dog fleas, ctenocephalides canis, and cat fleas, ctenocephalides felis, are the most common species. Chicken fleas, ceratophyllus gallinae, can also be present in large numbers in poultry houses. Be aware that the eradication of these species can be particularly difficult due to their tenacity.

There are home remedies that can help in the case of a mild invasion. For example, fleas are not resistant to diatomaceous earth and baking soda. You can also prepare a flea spray with lemon or herbs. Then spray this preparation on the places you suspect to be infested. Of course, you should also treat your pet against fleas to limit the invasion, but if the situation gets worse, you should call in a flea control company that can provide flea treatments. Mouse London Control 24/7 offers this type of service in London. We work with both private individuals and companies. Our team is made up of specialists who have a thorough knowledge of the different types of fleas and their behaviour. They will come to your home or premises to ensure a discreet, rapid and effective treatment.

Dealing with a flea infestation

The most common flea species in the United Kingdom are the cat flea, the dog flea and the bird flea. These parasites feed on the blood of their host but do not remain on it for long. Don't hesitate to call on the services of our expert in pest control in the event of a flea infestation. After having established a diagnosis, we will proceed with the treatment. we can also carry out a follow-up to guarantee optimal eradication.

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