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Eggs you don’t want to find this Easter!

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Posted March 8, 2016 by myjoburg in My Joburg
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With Easter just around the corner, we’ll soon all be looking for eggs, the delicious, chocolate ones wrapped in gold shiny foil… But NOT all eggs are nice to find! Unless you take precautions, there may be flea eggs hiding and multiplying in your pets’ hair, in your carpets, under your floorboards, in pet blankets and on your furniture. Flea eggs make up half of the population in a flea infestation. That’s because an adult female flea can lay up to 45 eggs per day! Just one flea can become 1,000 eggs on your pet and all over your home in just 21 days.

These will hatch into worm-like larvae within the month, and within two weeks these fleas could each be laying 45 eggs a day! These fleas can transmit the flea tapeworm and cause anaemia, cat scratch disease and allergic reactions, as well as bacterial and viral infections. They also expose your family and friends to nasty flea bites, illness and skin irritations. Although these tiny white or transparent eggs are hard to spot, they are not gooey and usually fall to the ground after being laid. Almost all (95%) of flea eggs, larvae and pupae (the 3 stages of the flea lifecycle) live in beds, rugs, carpets and furniture.For this reason, it is important to vacuum your home often; wash linen, pet blankets and furniture coverings regularly; and proactively treat your pets and your home against fleas and flea eggs each month.

“The best defence against a flea infestation is not letting your guard down by ensuring consistent monthly treatment, no matter the time of the year,” says Marianna Rossouw, Business Unit Head: PETS, Merial South Africa, manufacturers of the brand FRONTLINE® and the new NEXGARD™ chewable tablets for the elimination of ticks and fleas. “With these simple responsible precautions, you can be absolutely certain the only eggs your friends and family will find are the shiny, delicious ones. ”


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