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 »

There are many prescription and non-prescription treatments to kill fleas on dogs. Prescription treatments, such as oral tablets and topical medications, kill fleas and ticks for up to one month. Certain treatments targe... More »

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Kill fleas on cats at home by bathing your cat with citrus-based shampoos or lavender-, cedar- or eucalyptus-scented soaps. Groom the cat with a flea comb to work the parasites out from the skin. More »

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 »