Blastmite Dog Flea Mite Final Rinse 500ml

Blastmite Dog Flea Mite Final Rinse 500ml
Blastmite Dog Flea Mite Final Rinse 500ml Blastmite Dog Flea Mite Final Rinse 500ml Blastmite Dog Flea Mite Final Rinse 500ml
Brand: Folklore Practice
Product Code: blastFR500
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Price: £15.95 £12.95
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The leading herbal protection against fleas. Blastmite Final Rinse has revolutionised flea control for dog and bird owners by offering an alternative to insecticidal products. One Ltr bottle of concentrate makes an astounding 25 litres of repellent, which can be used either as a final rinse after shampoo or as a grooming spray. Dyna-mite will protect against fleas, mite, ticks and lice, and can also be used for personal protection against midges, mosquitoes etc. The lanolin in Blastmite Final Rinse will also help maintain the quality of the coat.

Also avaliable Dyna-Mite 500ml concentrate £12.95
 
The life and life cycle of the flea, & why is flea control so difficult?
 
They make pets' lives miserable, and humans begin to itch just at the thought of them. Vets are often asked what pill, drop, dip, collar, or shampoo works the best to get rid of these persistent parasites. The answer is that there is no single method or insecticide that will completely eradicate (or at least control) a flea problem. The flea life cycle is fairly complex, and understanding the various stages will make it easier to get rid of them.
 
Collectively, all of the species of fleas are categorized under the order name of Siphonaptera. The cat flea, Ctenocephalides felix, is the most commonly found flea in the UK and infests cats, dogs, humans, and other mammalian and avian hosts.
 
Fleas thrive in warm, moist environments and climates. The main flea food is blood from the host animal. Host animals are many species - cats, dogs, humans, etc. Fleas primarily utilize mammalian hosts (about 95%). Fleas can also infest avian species (about 5%). Flea saliva, like other biting skin parasites, contains an ingredient that softens, or "digests" the host's skin for easier penetration and feeding. The saliva of fleas is irritating and allergenic -- the cause of all the itching, scratching, and other signs seen with Flea Allergy Dermatitis, or FAD.
 
Fleas have four main stages in their life cycle: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. The total flea life cycle can range from a couple weeks to several months, depending on environmental conditions.
 
The eggs usually fall off of the animal into the carpet, bedding, floorboards (these must be treated regularly with suitable spray inc Flea Away), and soil. When the flea egg hatches varies -- anywhere from two days to a few weeks, depending on environmental conditions.

 

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