Over the years, I have met people who consider you should get flea treatments only if your dog is infested with fleas. But, I would suggest you should be all prepared all the time if you want to see a flea free house. First of all, you need to have a close look at your dog and see if your dog is infested with fleas. If you are sure that your dog does not have fleas, you should be aware that some dogs are allergic to flea bites and a single flea bite can cause them to itch for a prolonged period of time. In such cases, the problem is we fail to find out the real cause unless there are many more bites.
If you think your dog is allergic to fleas, observe them closely, when they will be bitten by fleas, they would be able to point out the area of discomfort and in all probability, they would continue to scratch until they end up creating a sore. This is a painful experience for your dog and it can lead to infections if they end up making an open wound.
On an average, a female flea bites a dog twice a day and lays between twenty to thirty eggs. These eggs do not remain on your dog, rather as your dog moves, they will drop on your carpet, on upholsteries and bed too. Adding to this, a female flea stays with your dog for a couple of weeks, so by the time an adult flea leaves, she will have hatched her eggs on your dog’s body. By now I am sure, you have understood why you need a flea treatment for dogs. If you need one immediately, place your order on Lambert Vet Supply.