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Category: general | Submitted: 19 August 2007 12:11PM | viewed 5165 times
Q Lisa asks:

I have treated my house for fleas but can still see them. How long does it take to rid my home of them?

Q Our vet says: If you can actually see the fleas in your home then you probably have a large population of them. It will take a long time (allow several months) to get rid of them all since some of them will be in the pupal stage where they are just about impossible to kill. Please download my free flea e-book- it will help you understand the flea problem and deal with it more effectively.

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