What Attracts Fleas?

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Fleas are attracted by a dirty environment, availability of humans, pets or rodents in a place. Dog fleas love warm moist conditions; in fact they thrive on it but a spot-on insecticide will kill them.
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When fleas are present on a dog's hide or in his fur, it can be an indication of the state of his skin as well as his pelt. Dry skin creates an ideal location for fleas and their
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Because they want to suck your blood.
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Fleas are all attracted to their individual hosts because they have hair to live in and blood to
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I think it's heat that attracts fleas. Mosquitoes are drawn to carbon dioxide. You might be able to make a pretty fair trap by spreading glue on a small light bulb and placing it
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What Attracts Fleas?
Fleas are attracted by food sources, warmth, heat, blood and carbon dioxide. Discover how fleas find prey to feed off of with tips from a pet industry specialist in this free video on fleas.... More »
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Flies are strongly attracted to the smell of anything that is rotting or decomposing, as their maggots feed on such material, never anything living.
What attracts fleas the most is dirty fur with a warm place to stay. They are attracted to the dirt and they love to feed on the blood. Try to keep your animal clean.
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