Flea Control Fleas grow to a maximum of 4 mm, are colored either dark- or red-brown and have strong jumping legs. They lay up to 400 eggs in the environment of their hosts. The breeding places are mainly dust and dirt accumulated in crevices, joints and corners. The thread-like legless larvae are about 5 mm long. They feed on organic materials and the blood-containing excrement of grown fleas. The larvae are found in floor areas, for instance on carpets, under skirting boards and in cracks. They take about 7 to 18 days to develop. A generation of fleas lives for about four to six weeks. Fleas cause painful bites on human, cats and dogs, and they suck their blood. The cat flea is most widespread, and it can temporarily transfer to humans. Fleas often bite several times in direct succession, until their appetite is satisfied. The itching often lasts for days and sometimes weals form. Fleas can also transmit tapeworms and cause allergies. In order to give best solutions to all these problems, we have designed special Flea Control Services that are customized and rendered as per the exact requirements of the clients.