Flea Control, Carthage, NC

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Our flea control methods include the use of targeted products that remove all traces of the insects.

Over the past few decades, pet ownership has increased dramatically among Americans. According to a recent Forbes article, nearly 87 million households in the U.S. include at least one pet. Furry friends can bring a lot of joy to a home, but that’s not all they can bring with them when coming into their new living space. Dogs and cats can carry fleas on their coats, which are tiny insects that feed on human and animal blood. It’s hard to spot fleas on your beloved animal companion, but if your dog or cat is itching more than usual, they may be dealing with these bothersome insects. Flea bites can cause irritation and discomfort, but beyond those minor concerns, they can also spread disease.

Flea Control in Carthage, North Carolina

If your pets bring fleas into your Carthage, North Carolina home, you may soon have an infestation that impacts more than just your animals. Since fleas can also survive on the blood of humans, they will often bite those living in the house as well. Most flea infestations occur as the result of animals, but our team at Canady’s Termite & Pest Control can address the fleas that have taken up residence in your space. After you treat the flea problem on Fluffy or Fido (with the proper medication from your veterinarian), we’ll come in and perform flea control in the house.

Our flea control methods include the use of targeted products that remove all traces of the insects. We have more than four decades of experience in the pest control industry and have worked with many local clients who are dealing with the effects of fleas. Contact us for more information about flea control.

At Canady’s Termite & Pest Control, we offer flea control services to those in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Lumberton, Ocean Isle Beach, Princeton, Little River, Shallotte, Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Holden Beach, Carthage, Raeford, Spring Lake, Sanford, and Vass, North Carolina.