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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_flea

The dog flea (Ctenocephalides canis) is a species of flea that lives as an ectoparasite on a wide variety of mammals, particularly the domestic dog and cat. It closely resembles the cat flea, Ctenophalides felis, which can live on a wider range of animals and is generally more prevalent worldwide. The dog flea is troublesome ...

www.thoughtco.com/can-fleas-live-on-people-1968296

Aug 4, 2017 ... If you've ever had flea bites, you've probably wondered whether fleas can live on people. The good news is fleas don't live on people (literally on our bodies), with very few exceptions. The bad news is fleas can and will inhabit human dwellings, even in the absence of pets.

www.thebugsquad.com/fleas/can-people-get-fleas

Can Fleas Live In Human Hair? Since fleas enjoy the warmth and protection that fur provides them on your pet, your hair is a juicy target. However, unlike your dog or cat, you are not completely covered in hair (hopefully) and thus it's unlikely that fleas will find their way onto your head, unless they get lucky and land on it.

www.fleabites.net/10-frequently-asked-questions-about-fleas

Many people who have experienced flea bites wonder whether fleas can actually live on humans. The answer to this question is a reassuring no. Fleas typically found in the households consist of cat fleas also called as Ctenocephalides felis. Apart from cats, these fleas also live on dogs, but rarely on humans. That being ...

fleascience.com/flea-encyclopedia/life-cycle-of-fleas/adult-fleas/can-fleas-survive-and-reproduce-on-human-blood

Summary. Cat fleas can survive and reproduce on a diet of human blood alone. However, in normal settings they don't live or breed on humans. Females must feed freely for many hours to be able reproduce on humans. This doesn't happen outside of laboratories. Adventure Plus for Dogs 4pk 21-55lb. $43.86. Bestseller.

sciencing.com/difference-human-fleas-dog-fleas-6627537.html

Apr 25, 2017 ... Human fleas are a worldwide pest. They are far more common in North America than are dog fleas, and are especially bothersome to people who work with or live near pigs, according to the CDC. Dog fleas are more of a problem in Europe. But the cat flea is even more common than the human flea in both ...

nextgendog.com/dog-fleas-on-humans

Even though dog fleas on humans will not be able to survive on the bare skin for too long because people are not the type of diet these fleas prefer, they will still bite us if there is nothing more suitable around. So the next time you'll be applying any type of dog flea treatment to your pet, remember to be careful: fleas can ...

www.vetinfo.com/can-humans-fleas-from-dogs.html

If your dog is infested with fleas, you might be wondering if you're at risk of getting bitten, and the question, "Can humans get fleas?" is on your mind. Altogether, there are more than 2,000 species of flea, but only one that can live on humans. Fleas that typically infect canines cannot live on humans, as they cannot survive on ...

www.petcarerx.com/article/can-humans-get-fleas/174

Human flea bites do happen and nine times out of ten it is due to our pets being infected. When your dog or cat is the target of a flea infestation, they are essentially acting as a carrier. Not only do you need to battle the live fleas, but you need to protect your home from future pest problems in the form of larvae and unhatched ...