I think the dog or the cat brought in some fleas. I've seen one that I know of, and have suspicions about them on the pets (I see a dark spot, but it doesn't look like it's moving, then I can't find it when I look harder).
Frontline is fine for the animals, but how do I de-flea my house?
Answer by mom2twobabes at 7:23 PM on Oct. 14, 2008
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Answer by evilabbysmom at 4:58 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
Answer by bvona at 6:33 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
I agree that fleas are attracted to white! My 2 cats & 1 dog have just recently accumulated tons of them. The cats take turns sleeping in each of my kids' beds and we've seen the fleas there and on the kids. ugh! Just walking into their rooms with white socks on, I've gotten attacked with anywhere from 2-10 of them. We found this spray at our local store like Tractor Supply Store, it's called LD-44Z Insect Fogger by PROZAP & costs $11.99 for a 25 ounce bottle. The fogger is made for use in and around farms...including beef, dairy, hog, horse & poultry. On the front is says it kills and repels flies, mosquitoes & lice. On the back, in the directions it has other bugs it kills and how to get rid of them. You HAVE TO follow the directions explicitly, but it will work. We usually use it 1X/week for 2-3 weeks if needed. The animals have to be taken out of the house when it is used.
Answer by manysportsmom3 at 8:11 AM on Oct. 16, 2008
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