How to Get Rid of Fleas
If you’re looking for a way to get rid of fleas, we’ve got the solution. You know that feeling when you’re trying to watch a movie and your dog keeps jumping up on your lap? Or how about the fact that you can’t even turn around without catching one of those little buggers on your pants? No matter what you do, it seems like there’s no getting rid of them. Well, we’ve got some good news: it’s not impossible—you just need the right tools. First off, if you’re dealing with fleas in your home or yard, it’s important to understand why they’re there in the first place. So let’s talk about what fleas are and what makes them so hard to get rid of. Fleas are small insects that live by sucking blood from animals, including us humans! Fleas have been around for centuries, so it’s no surprise that there’s been some research into how best to deal with them. The key is understanding how they reproduce and grow their population over time. Flea eggs are laid in batches of 50-100 at a time on host animals’ fur or feathers (or sometimes even people).