How to get rid of fleas in your house, on your pets, and how to stay rid of them once they're gone – a step-by-step guide to flea control.

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robert griffinAbout the Author
Robert Griffin has been a professional pet groomer for over twenty years, and has had his share of dealings with fleas. He helped create this site and the content to share his wealth of knowledge about flea control so that others might find some relief from the pesky pests. was launched in 2012 to provide the definitive resource on the web for flea control information. The site is based on the premise that one needs to follow a specific series of steps, and maintain a consistent program of flea control, in order to be successful in the long term.

These steps are detailed in this website, beginning with the introductory post on how to get rid of fleas. It’s not a difficult process, although it can be challenging if you have a bad infestation. But, it is quite important that you stick to the program, and don’t let up until after you stop seeing evidence of fleas.

Many people make the mistake of treating their pet with a topical or oral flea treatment, and ignoring the fleas in their home. Or, they make a half-hearted effort to get rid of the fleas in their home, but give up when it seems to be working, only to see a re-infestation later on.

It’s important to recognize the importance of the flea life cycle in understanding how effective flea control works. If you miss this crucial detail, you are unlikely to understand the simple fact that your woes come not only from adult fleas, but also from the eggs and larva hiding out in your carpets and other areas. If you don’t maintain a consistent program, these eggs and larva will simply develop into adult fleas and you’re back at square one.

So, please make use of the step-by-step flea control plan detailed on this site. You should find all the information you need to conduct an effective war on fleas. We have information on all stages of flea control, as well as useful product information. If you have any questions related to getting rid of fleas, please comment on the most relevant post so that we can answer you there and others can learn as well.

If you’d like to make any suggestions about the website, how we might improve it, or have any technical problems, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Please keep in mind that this website is designed for informational purposes only. It is a very useful resource, but it is not intended to be professional veterinary advice. Please consult your veterinarian before using any flea control products, especially those which contain insecticides or other toxic substances.

Best of luck in your flea control efforts.


Robert Griffin

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