According to FleaExpert.com, whether or not a flea can live in human hair is dependent upon the type of flea. While common cat and dog fleas do not often make a home on humans, the human flea can and will live in human h... More »

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Upon finding the fleas, wash all clothing immediately in hot water and detergent and take a warm shower with plenty of soap. Most fleas only go after people when their preferred hosts, primarily pets, are not present. More »

According to Encyclopædia Britannica, dog fleas can live on humans or other household animals if their preferred hosts are not available. As humans lack body hair comparable to dog and cat hair, fleas find it difficult t... More »

One type of flea collar works by emitting a substance that is toxic to fleas. Another type works by causing a substance toxic to fleas to be absorbed into the host animal's subcutaneous fat layer. More »

Upon finding the fleas, wash all clothing immediately in hot water and detergent and take a warm shower with plenty of soap. Most fleas only go after people when their preferred hosts, primarily pets, are not present. More »

According to Encyclopædia Britannica, dog fleas can live on humans or other household animals if their preferred hosts are not available. As humans lack body hair comparable to dog and cat hair, fleas find it difficult t... More »

Flea dirt is fecal material left by fleas. It consists of digested blood and looks like pepper on the pet's skin. When a pet owner places flea dirt on a wet paper towel, it spreads to create a small circle of blood, indi... More »