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How to get rid of fleas in my beds?

Asked by madmary07 (2points) August 7th, 2008

my son has brought home dog fleas and now they are in the beds help

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madmary07's avatar

please help me to get rid of dog fleas in my beds that my son brought home need help with bites as they are loving me.

sndfreQ's avatar

Time for flea bombs (those aerosol can fumigators), then change the beddings. Make sure to open up the spaces under the bed befor you fumigate-we have a dog that sleeps under our bed and the fleas nest under there.

AstroChuck's avatar

Take the beds to a high altitude. Fleas can’t survive in high elevations. Of course just bombing them would be a hell of a lot easier.

cheebdragon's avatar

take the bedding off, wash it twice..
if you have carpet they make a powder that helps kills fleas, you just sprinkle it around before you vacume..
Then give the dog a good bath (fleas will try and run toward the dogs ears and face during the bath)
Then set off some flea bombs ( if you have cats or other pets, you should move them to a different part of the house where you can close the door and put a towel across the bottom) then take the kids and the dog for a walk or something while the flea bombs are going off (probably takes about 2–3 hours)..
And by the end of the day, your home should be flea free!

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