How to prevent a new flea
infestation and kill ticks.
Whether it’s learning about infestations, testing your knowledge or seeing how quickly fleas reproduce, we have the tools and resources to help you understand these menacing pests.
See below to uncover facts, know what to avoid and find ways
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Identify the common US ticks in your area.2
Identify the common US ticks
in your area.2
Lone Star Tick
Primarily found in the southeastern and eastern US.
Brown Dog Tick
American Dog Tick
Found east of the Rocky Mountains and in limited areas on the Pacific Coast.
Western Blacklegged Tick
Usually distributed along the Pacific coast of the US.
Commonly found in the southeastern, northeastern, mid-Atlantic and upper midwestern states.
We kill more than just adult fleas.
Killing adult fleas
just isn’t enough.
Since adult fleas represent approximately 5% of the total flea population,1 they’re only part of the problem.
To stop infestations, it’s also important to affect other stages of the flea life cycle3—killing flea eggs and larvae. By breaking the cycle, it helps prevent fleas from reproducing.
The 4 Stages of
the Flea Life Cycle