Preparation key to flea control

By |  April 11, 2018

Casey Prewitt, Sales Manager, Professional Pest Management, Neogen

Fleas are not always thought of as public health pests, but they are recognized disease and parasite vectors and can cause allergic reactions in more sensitive people and pets. Flea control can be difficult, with the key to success being in prep work.

Indoor flea control requires such sanitation practices as vacuuming and mopping floors, washing pet bedding, and cleaning furniture. Providing your customer with a prep list communicates all aspects needed to have a successful treatment in the shortest timeframe possible, while helping eliminate overlooked preparation that can lead to treatment failure.

This article is tagged with , and posted in Fleas & Ticks, Tips and Tricks

About the Author:

Joelle Harms is the digital media manager for PMP magazine and its parent company, North Coast Media. Harms can be reached at jharms@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3780.

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