Go away flea

My two dogs was suffering from itchiness for quite some time but I was too busy to even bother about them. But it became unbearable for them. So I made it a point to visit the pet shop nearby my place. I had wanted to get the collar for them. Fortunately, the shop owner discouraged me from getting it. Instead, she recommended me to get something to kill those fleas.

She talked about ways to do it. Some was rather troublesome. I wanted something simple yet effective. She showed me this bottle of spray. It was expensive for a small bottle. Anyway, I bought it.

Upon reaching my home in the evening, I started spraying the liquid onto my dogs' body. Luckily the spray was not smelly. When I came back from work at night, I had with me a can of Baygon to spray on the walls. Some fleas were already crawling on the walls.


I used up almost half the bottle as I sprayed them again at night.


The next morning, the boss wanted to get to work and he called out to me as I was in the kitchen. He was at the compound and he could see lots of fleas on the floor. I told him not to step on them as it will help to disperse those little crawling fleas inside the big fleas.


What I did was I swept all of them and poured them into the small plastic bucket half-filled with water.

So I collected those dead fleas which dropped off from Teddy's body. Soon I estimated them to be about a hundred. This morning, I had poured them away into the big drain under the road near my house.

It has been five days and I guess my two dogs have some peace of mind. They should be happy that they are almost free from those fleas. My girl is going to bathe them this weekend. If they are really free from those irritating fleas, I'm going to get them the collar to prevent fleas from coming back to attack them.


Comments

  1. 100 of fleas! I can imagine them suffering from the fleas. Good that you finally got rid of them and get them a flea collar to keep fleas away.

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  2. Thank goodness you managed to get rid of those fleas. Pity your dogs had been itchy. Luckily now no more.

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  3. I most scare of insects and fleas, I feel geli when I see them

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  4. 100 fleas, that's a lot.. Glad it's over now and the dogs feel more comfortable now..

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  5. Glad the fleas problem are over. I hate those fleas. They spread so fast from one dog to another.

    Hope your boy has recovered from chicken pox by now. Happy weekend.

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  6. ah that's actually a smart and convenient way to get rid of the fleas.. and you got a good idea to put them into water and then pour them into the drain.. hopefully they don't come back to your dogs again..

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  7. Good to hear that the fleas problem are over...

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  8. Wenn, I use flea collar for my pet... she has been wearing it for some time now.. no fleas but got to change the collar every six to one year.. that reminds me.. i havent change her collar for a long time now.. hahaha.. I better do...

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  9. alamak.....so many fleas ah.....scary

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  10. I am sure your dogs finally felt a sigh of relief.... hahha... What a good owner!

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  11. .......very scary...(no eyes see, no eyes see)

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  12. I am sure my dog got fleas as well..will recommend that to my hubby to use on our dog named Lucky.

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  13. This is so interesting about dogs and fleas. I never had a dog as a pet but I love them! I have heard of fleas shampoo which works well too. I was told that usually the fleas come from passing cows and goats which could transfer from dog to dog!

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  14. I am quite curious how the collars work to prevent the fleas. There must be some chemical smells on it.

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