Killing fleas in a home, in a garden or on a pet requires multiple tactics, from combing the pet to watering the yard with a specially formulated flea killer. The entire process can take months, according to Elizabeth We... More »

Effective methods of eliminating a home flea infestation include: thorough cleaning and vacuuming; flea-killing carpet sprays; whole-house flea foggers; spraying for fleas in a yard or outdoor area utilized by pets and p... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Pets Veterinary Health

After cleaning out overgrown areas of the yard, spread cedar chips around your pet's favorite areas. Then use your preferred flea control method to eliminate the flea population in the yard. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Pest Control Fleas & Bedbugs

Use diatomaceous earth to kill sand fleas in the home, yard or garden. This naturally occurring compound dries out the sand fleas and kills them within a few days. Apply food-grade diatomaceous earth in infested areas as... More »

To get rid of fleas in your yard, you can use some simple treatments, including water, pesticides and cedar chips. Fleas are small insects that can cause illnesses, especially if a family has pets. More »

Exterminators use several methods in conjunction with one another to remove fleas from a home, including identifying and controlling fleas on pets and using a strong vacuum to remove fleas, eggs, pupae and larvae. Exterm... More »

Some home remedies for killing fleas include using diatomaceous earth, using a baking soda and salt combination, combing infected pets with a flea comb and applying flea nematodes to the yard. Individuals may also use es... More »