Fleas and Tick Management
Fleas and ticks are external pests that feed on the blood of both people and animals.Fleas or Ticks: Similarities
- Fleas and ticks both transmit diseases and health issues. Fleas transmit tapeworms, while ticks transmit Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
- These insects feed on blood, and in this case, both animals and people are affected.
- Both cause an irritating bite, with a red mark left behind.
- Pets are affected by these pests, and can cause serious health issues for animals if left untreated.
Both fleas and ticks are considered dangerous to human and pet health because they have the ability to spread serious disease.
Fleas transmit parasitic tapeworms and blacklegged deer ticks have been linked to the spread of Lyme disease.
In those who may be allergic to flea and/or tick bites, there is the possibility that red itchy rashes may develop. While not serious, they can certainly be uncomfortable.
In the case of a large flea infestation, animals may become anemic and very weak.
How do I get rid of fleas & ticks?
The best way to treat for fleas and ticks and prevent them from returning is with the help of a professional pest control company that specializes in flea control and tick control. Home and Business owners can count on our team to eliminate these biting pests and restore your peace of mind. For more information or to schedule your free pest inspection, reach out today!
How can I prevent fleas and ticks in the future?
If you are looking for additional ways to protect your property from fleas and ticks, the following 5 IPM Steps should be followed: