Flea Control in Shelby
Safe & Effective Methods in Richland County and Surrounding Areas
Fleas live on pets, wild animals, and sometimes people. These pests feed on blood and many times cause severe allergic reactions. If you have a pest problem, Carothers Pest Control can help. Since 1959, our family-owned pest control company has provided flea control.
Please call (419) 314-3214 for a free estimate to learn more about our services.
The Dangers of Fleas
Often, pets and people come in contact with fleas in the yard or when walking through tall grass. These pests are carried by animals until they drop off and climb onto you, your pets, and your family. Fleas can bite pets and sometimes drink their blood. This can cause discomfort and potentially a health risk to your pet. Some people are even allergic to the saliva of fleas, which can cause an itchy rash.
Effective Flea Control
Finding the best methods for flea control starts with a professional team. Our pest control specialists perform a complete treatment on the inside and outside of your home. We take care of any fleas in your home by utilizing a growth regulator spray, which ensures their life cycle is interrupted and they are unable to reproduce.
Fleas live on your pets, so the methods used to kill them need to be safe for your family and animals. At Carothers Pest Control, our methods have been shown to be effective for getting rid of the pests, but safe for domestic animals, humans, and the environment.
Carothers Pest Control is up-to-date with the newest in pest control technology, traps, chemicals, and environmentally safe techniques and products. Our priority is our customers and we strive to provide the best possible service.
Our locally owned and family operated team is fully licensed and insured. We stand behind our services. Our pest control elimination and preventative services use the latest technology in the industry to protect you and your family.
To provide you with the best customer service, our team works with you to maintain a pest free home or office. Our goal is to meet your current and future pest control needs no matter how large or how small the infestation.
Fleas are troublesome to eliminate. The best approach addresses the pests in the house, in the yard, and on your pets. We can provide regular service to get rid of fleas and any other pests that have invaded your indoor or outdoor areas. After the treatment, there are a few simple steps that you can take to prevent future infestations.
Keep fleas away by:
- Checking your pets regularly for bites, droppings, or live pests
- Asking your veterinarian about flea prevention products
- Removing tall grass, brush, piles of leaves, and yard debris
- Vacuuming floors and furniture to remove pests
Your pets are not the only animals that may be carrying fleas into your yard. Stray cats, neighborhood dogs, and some types of wildlife, such as deer and rodents, can carry these pests. You can discourage animals from coming into your yard by making sure there are no food sources that are attracting them. These may include bird feeders, food bowls, and open trash cans. When we visit for pest control service, we can recommend any changes that can help discourage pests and the animals that carry them.
Contact Carothers Pest Control at (419) 314-3214 to learn more about our comprehensive flea control services.