How do I get rid of fleas on my dogs and their dog pen

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  • Suzette Suzette on Sep 09, 2017


    Good luck!


  • Charlotte Lyons Charlotte Lyons on Sep 09, 2017
    I just saw some fleas on my dog. We've placed a flea collar on her, comb her with a flea comb, and vacuum every other day. If it gets real bad in the house, I suggest using a bomb. We've used them to great effect. Remove all animals from the house for at least 4-5 hours. Good luck. 😉
  • Traci Ford Hyatt Traci Ford Hyatt on Sep 09, 2017
    Sprinkle diatomaceous earth in the pen, yard, and even the animals. We do this twice a year and we have no fleas. That's a huge $$$ savings for us because we have 4 cats, as three dogs!
  • Karen Krysowaty Karen Krysowaty on Sep 09, 2017
    I am a firm believer in Sentinel which is a flea and tick medication you give orally from the Veterinarian. Then we spray the area with an environmental spray which lasts 3 to 6 months. Make sure when you vacumn your home to toss out the bag or empty the container outside.
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Sep 09, 2017
    First things first, you need to take care of the fleas outside, or you will never be free of fleas on the dogs and in their pen and in your house. Once you treat your lawn, give the dogs a bath with flea shampoo (go to Petco, PetSmart, etc., and ask an associate for their recommendation for a good one). Clean there pen out, vacuum well and wash their bedding. If you want you can use a flea collar or one of the liquid ones you put between their shoulder blades.
  • Traci Ford Hyatt Traci Ford Hyatt on Sep 10, 2017
    We ordered ours online, but they sell it at most lawn and garden centers. I hope this helps!
  • Eil22229440 Eil22229440 on Sep 10, 2017
    Ask your Vet or go to a Pet Store for advice. Wash all things your little (or big) friend has contact with. And don't forget to give him SEVERAL nice baths using a good soap. He'll love the messaging! Rinse him well. If all fails, take him to a groomer for a bath and/or haircut...the hair WILL grow back. And it will be$$$ well spent. HINT: if you live on the North, aim for a warm-ish day.




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