When it comes to dealing with a flea problem on your pet, there isn’t really a quick fix. In this episode of Cone of Shame, Dr. Andy Roark explains why you’re likely in it for the long haul once you’ve seen fleas on your furry friend.
1.) If your pet has fleas, they’re are likely flea eggs in your house.
2. Your pet has to be on a flea preventative for AT LEAST three months to break the cycle.
3. You must treat all of the pets in your household.
4. You’re going to need to clean the house.
Flea eggs could be hiding just about anywhere, so try your best to get a fresh start.
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Danielle is a veterinary practice manager and the founder of SnoutSchool.com, a website dedicated to teaching veterinary hospitals to use social media effectively. You can get her 5 favorite social media tools here, or follow her on social media to see excessive photos of her Brussels Griffon. She’s @DanielleSnout on Snapchat, Instagram & Twitter.