Flea & Tick Control
Latin Name : Diptera
Length : 230 x 150 x 80 mm
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There are some outdoor pests that can ruin your lawn, and there are others that can ruin your outdoor experience, such as fleas and ticks. Flea and tick control for your lawn is important because these pests can enter your home and harm your family and pets.
Fleas and ticks can cause all sorts of problems for your pets. Fleas feed on animal blood and can cause skin irritation, allergic reactions, anemia and in some cases, death. Fleas can also carry tapeworms. Fleas reproduce very quickly; flea eggs are laid on your pet, where they then fall off onto the carpet, grass, or other areas of your home. Flea and tick control is important to prevent these fleas from hatching in your lawn and then getting transferred inside your home via your pet or clothes.
Ticks also carry diseases, such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and other Tick-borne diseases. The diseases that ticks carry can be harmful or even fatal to humans and animals. Ticks are common in Georgia, and can often be found in tall grass and wooded areas.