Welcome to fleasbgone! Here you’ll find easy to follow instructions to get rid of fleas
Hello everyone, my name is Kimberly and I am the founder of fleasbgone.org.
If you are looking for complete information about how to get rid of fleas, in your home and off your pets, I have the answers for you here.
Fleas are very resilient little critters that seem to survive through anything. A lot of people assume, just as I did, that if you see a flea on your pet, you can just put some topical flea treatment on your pet and the fleas will disappear. Unfortunately it will take a little more effort than that.
Yes, topical treatments do work but you will need to do a few more things to get rid of the fleas.
The first step in getting rid of fleas will be to treat your pet for fleas. To do this please follow the links below for your pet. You will find step by step instructions for you to follow making the process very easy to understand.
After your pet has been treated for fleas, you’ll need to de-flea your home. The reason for treating your home is simple, fleas hide everywhere! Wherever your pet has been, the fleas have followed.
You may not see the fleas but they’re there in one stage or another. The flea life cycle consists of 4 stages. Go here to learn about the flea life cycle.
As you just learned from the flea life cycle, the egg, larvae & pupae stages of the fleas, can be hiding and you never would have realized, until the pupae hatched into the adult and started the whole cycle again.
Here’s a video explaining how the flea breeds:
Treating your home is a very important step in getting rid of fleas. Go to how to get rid of fleas in my house, and follow the easy steps to get rid of fleas in your home. The last thing that needs to be done, to get rid of fleas, is treating the outside areas of your home. If it’s warm during your flea extermination, then the outside areas need to be treated. Go to, how to get rid of fleas outside for easy to follow instructions.
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