As the nights draw in and the air turns chilly, it’s time to put the heating on. But as we relish cosy evenings indoors, we are unwittingly creating the perfect environment for flea pupae to hatch and infest our pets and our households. Despite common belief that fleas are a summer problem, they in fact thrive in a warm and humid environment, making our warm and cosy homes the perfect place to hide out. They can often be found hiding in pet and human bedding, and on soft furnishings and carpets.
Prevention is much better than cure as they say and by far the best way to prevent flea infestation is to ensure your pet receives regular treatment throughout the year as part of their routine healthcare. Follow the three easy action points below to ensure your pet and your home remain parasite free!