Communicating with your pest control professional is critical. Let the technician know if you have attempted any pest control treatment on your own since this may alter their strategy.
Make sure that you understand the different treatment options available to you, as well as your responsibilities as a homeowner before, during, and after any scheduled treatments. Some preventive measures you can take to protect your pets from future infestations include:
- Vacuum frequently to help control a flea infestation by removing eggs, larvae, and adults. Along with carpeting, vacuum upholstered furniture and baseboards, as well.
- Wash bedding where pets sleep and discard any old pet bedding, along with other items that may contain severe levels of infestation. Replace them with new items when necessary.
- Comb and groom pets frequently, especially around the neck, where fleas tend to congregate.
Speak with your technician about Hulett’s pet-friendly treatments for the interior and exterior of your home in conjunction with topical or oral treatments prescribed by your veterinarian will keep you and your pets protected from fleas and ticks.