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July 31st, 2009

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Have you ever come from a journey to find that your pet is suddenly covered in fleas, when it seemed as if they were entirely free from fleas? One might be inclined to blame the kennel, but the real culprit is usually much closer to home. In most cases, this "flea explosions" from to come to the latent flea population in your house and garden. Before the cocoon, and fleas jump on your pet to leave to get a meal, they are as pre-emerged adults. Pre-adults emerged adult fleas are generally young, just waiting for the right time to leave the cocoon and find a lot. This stimulus is usually heat Carbon dioxide, or vibrations. Pre-emerged adults can remain in this state for up to 150 days.
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If you and your pet are at home, These have been in adults come from all the time, as it continued stimulation. If you leave the house for several weeks, the "pre-emerged adults remain in the environment because cause there is no activity in the house to leave the cocoon. When you come back, suddenly the heat and carbon dioxide back into the environment and caused pre-adult all come at once. It looks like they come out of nowhere, but they have actually been the whole time.Â
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This underscores the importance of regular With long-lasting flea control products. If you have good quality flea control before you leave for your holiday, it will be created without eggs and larvae in the pre-series Adults, while you were away. If you your pet is still on a good quality flea control when you return, then any fleas that are in the environment, should quickly die and your flea problems, if any, to be short-lived.

Simon Heikkila is an Australian veterinarian who wants to get the word out about the importance of flea control for your pet. He also enjoys regular puppy cuddles with his pet whippet, Beau.

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