Yes. frogs do eat water fleas. the frog will eat almost anything it can fit in its throat, including a snake.
No, they're carnivores, & they eat nothing but blood their whole lives. Hope this helps.=Dominique, an 11-year old girl=
I don't think Ball Pythons can get fleas, but they can get mites. Mites are more like ticks than anything, and you should take it to a vet ASAP if you think your snake has them.
Fleas are really common. Dogs can get fleas from other dogs, cats and grass. Identify where you think they got fleas from and stop this, so they don't keep getting fleas.
You have to treat carpets, sofas and the whole house if the infestation is quite bad. Hoovering is the best way to get rid of most fleas and their eggs. Fleas lay eggs in crack and gaps so concentrate on these areas.
Medication for getting rid of fleas on the dog will only work if you solve the carpet/sofa issue. You can get drops to put on the back of the dogs neck. These are really effective because it doesn't kill the fleas - it means the eggs the fleas lay won't survive, so you break the life-cycle. Flea shampoos are not effective - normal water and soap will kill fleas. Pills for fleas are also not recommended as they only kill the fleas that are on the dog - not in the carpets.
If these methods don't work, get an exterminator in to gas the whole house!
Yes, you can certainly see fleas with your eyes.
They are tiny black or deep brown and yes, they do bite the dog. They also can get into things in the house. Some people are allergic to flea bites. If the dogs don't go to the vet and get a flea remedy such as "Program" (the vets have other types) then the dog will be miserable. Fleas are usually all over a dog, but particularly love the nose area and behind the ears.
hopefully it will not.I would go to a hospital and get checked out only to be on the safe side.
yes, a house dog could get fleas...of course you go outside and walk around, your shoes touch the ground and your clothing picks up many things. When you get home, fleas can be on what your wearing and transferr to your dog. Also when you like your dog outside, you dog can catch fleas as well.
they bite the buttocks & drink the blood then they pee it out since bloods a liquid! they bite the buttocks & drink the blood then they pee it out since bloods a liquid! they bite the buttocks & drink the blood then they pee it out since bloods a liquid!
yes but certain types dont
Flee collars aren't bad for your kitten but they are bad for you. Flee collars include lots of chemicals. If you breathe in all of the chemicals than you and your family can get very sick. If you need to take your cat to a vet for shots and recommendations. Kittens tend to be very uncomfortable in these collars. Some brands are ok for you and your cat but read the back just to be save!
The borax will cause the fleas the release the grip on the carpet and when you vacumm they will be sucked up.
There is no purpose for a flea They are just part of the food chain.
Maybe but what organism is their prey? I've been wondering the same thing myself. I find no purpose for them other than a cash cow for flea control product manufacturers and retailers.
Only way that helped me years ago, was to go and buy a few cans of bug bombs. CAUTION!! If you do this, make the necessary precautions before you set these off. I don't know where your pets kennel is so here goes for in the home: Get all children and pets out the house, make sure you have everything you need with you before you do this, you do not want to go back in your house once you set these off. Then after so many hours you can go back into your house, all the bugs should be dead, including any spiders or any other bugs. Make sure you wash all your glasses and dishes, or put what you use alot into a plastic bag Inhaling this is LETHAL!!!!!!!!
Most pet stores sell Frontline and Advantage. While these are not approved for use in ferrets, it is safe to use the smallest kitten dose on ferrets. About one drop per pound of ferret will suffice.
Revolution is the only ferret approved flea medicine (it also kill heartworm). It is available at most vet offices.
Fleas do not eat grass. Fleas reside on the grass and feed off of humans and animals that walk through the grass.
Fish Oil. If it's a pet with fleas, rub it on the back of their neck and between their toes. Fish Oil is okay for them to digest too.
Definitely PaloSanto essential oil. It does not only repel, but heals your skin!!
Dawn dish soap works wonders on pets with fleas!
I would recommend talking to your veterinarian - there are now several very effective medications that will take care of both adult fleas and the fleas still in the egg/larva stage. However, if your house is infested with fleas (which is likely if your dog has fleas), you will probably need to hire a professional pest exterminator to get rid of them.
The silver lining here is, once you get rid of the fleas, there are several monthly medications you can start using to make sure you don't get them again.
To find out if a kitten has fleas, aside from the obvious scratching and biting, use a flea comb over white paper. Comb slow and see if little pepper spots show on the white paper. If there are any specks, then the kitten has fleas. Helen
NO! Boric acid can be quite toxic. Talk to the vet about the best way to handle this, they have some medicines that are safe, but this is no time to try anything without medical supervision.
what. the. eff.
Yes but they also travel by pets. The pet can then jump onto a human and after that, whatever the human who has the fleas touches, the fleas will be on too. Fleas mate very quickly so you need to isolate anything or anyone who has the fleas and then get rid of them.
Obviously the fleas are affecting him. He scratches because they bite. He could also be allergic to them. He needs to be treated for his flea infestation with a flea shampoo or some type of flea killer. It's best to get the flea treatments that kill the flea eggs too so that they don't hatch. You also need to treat the area that he lives in whether it be your home, his dog house, etc. You need to do this as soon as possible because the dog is suffering from the fleas. He can also become ill if not cared for.
Absolutely not! Bleach is a toxin and if your cat actually drinks her water then she can die, or get very very sick.
Even if the cat doesn't drink the water, bleach is extremely toxic, and can cause serious and very painful illness, even death. Use ONLY products made for cats to remove fleas.