Dog Flea Spray
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A simple solution for dog flea problem
Dog fleas are probably the worst little insects on earth. At least that's what your dog might tell you if they could talk. They go outdoors to have a little fun and come back itching all over. The question that has everyone "itching" is how do we get rid of dog fleas? First things first, you need to learn more about fleas, how they survive, where they lay their eggs and what you can do to prevent them from attacking your dog. A simple solution for this problem is in the shape of a flea spray for dogs.
Dog flea sprays presented on this page are all pet friendly. With these sprays, you can spray around the resting place of your pet without having to worry about hurting your pet (please refer to the instructional guide on the back label of your purchased product before application).
Dog Flea Control
Using a dog flea spray is one of the most effective and less painful methods for your dog. To restrict the activities of fleas is of high priority if you want to save your dogs and other pets from fleas. The activities of fleas are more prominent during certain seasons of the year. Using a dog flea spray is quite safe and a less expensive method to get rid of these fleas in just a few seconds even during peak seasons.
How to Use A Dog Flea Spray
A light and even coverage of the hair coat will provide efficient flea control. You can even ruffle the coat while spraying against the natural layer of the hair. Avoid your animalâ€™s eye area by covering them with your hands. With a firm fast stroke, spray the head, ears and chest. With a cloth, rub into the face, around the mouth, nose, and eyes. Then spray the neck, middle and hind quarters, finishing with the legs and tail last. Apply at the rate of 1 or 2 squeezes of the trigger sprayer per pound of body weight. For larger dogs, spray until damp, but do not saturate.
Compared to other dog flea sprays, professional flea sprays for dogs have a longer residual effect. Even after the application has dried, the chemicals will still have a lasting effect against fleas. Many of the products presented here, will kill all stages of fleas which will prove to be very effective for optimal flea control. For more preventive measures and lasting results, we recommend professional grade dog flea sprays.
Keep in mind that all product labels and MSDS labels must be read thoroughly to ensure the saf
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V Clean out or Evercide foggers target many pests including fleas but do not contain a flea growth regulator.
If you are wanting to use a fogger for flea treatment I would recommend the Precor fogger for it contains an IGR (Insect Growth Regulator) which will help you to control their numbers for up to 7 months.
Unfortunately, there is not one product that will completely eliminate all these different pests as they are completely different in how they are biologically formatted.
Even their food is different. The sprays that you find may be able to control them in a limited way but they will not completely eliminate them.
flea control will depend on the size of the infestation. For heavy infestations, many people use flea foggers like Precor plus Fogger, as an initial treatment. Once the fogger has settled after 2-3 hours, you will ventilate the room and vaccuum thoroughly.
Dispose of the vaccuum bags in an airtight bag immediately. After about 2 weeks, you can do follow up treatments in concentrated areas with an aerosol spray like Precor 2000 or a liquid concentrate spray like Demize.
Demize EC is specifically made for fleas but only has a 15 minute knockdown kill.
LambdaStar Liquid Insecticide is also a great product for flea control. If you are using these indoors, you must allow the treated area to completely dry before reentry.