Pet Care - Fleas

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Advice and information on Fleas Fleas The most common species of fleas is the Cat Flea which is known to bite humans. All fleas feed on warm-blooded animals and typically females lay their eggs after feeding. APPEARANCE Adult fleas average to about 2mm in size and are red-brown, flattened, wingless insects. SIGNS OF INFESTATION Pets scratching may be a sign of fleas. In light coloured animals, you may see the fleas when you brush back the hairs. In darker coloured animals, combing the pet over white paper may reveal black specks. If the black specks turn red when you add...

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Rodent Advice

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Advice and information on Rodents Rodents Rats and mice can spread diseases to humans such as Salmonella, Listeria and Leptospirosis to name a few. They can also cause structural damages, causing serious fires, floods and other safety hazard by gnawing through pipes, cables and other materials. APPEARANCE The Brown Rat measures about 23cm long without measuring the tail and has a blunt muzzle, hair covered ears and shorter tail. A Black Rat is smaller, has a pointed muzzle and large hairless ears and a long thin tail. The House Mouse vary from light brown to grey and measures about 6-9cm....

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