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Flea Exterminator – All Natural Pest Elimination

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Flea Exterminator – All Natural Pest Elimination is Oregon’s eco-friendly flea exterminator. We offer safer, more natural approaches to flea control. Many people who have issues with fleas also have pets. And they’re very concerned about the safety and well being of their cherished pets, so they’re apprehensive about using a pest control company to deal with the flea problems they have.

You can rest assured that at All Natural Pest Elimination, we use effective products and methods that are completely safe for people, pets and the environment. We use our own line of products called Natureline Botanicals to exterminate fleas effectively, yet naturally.

To start service with us, we like to first set up a free home inspection and estimate. This allows our expert inspectors the ability to get a good look at the problem and do a full assessment in order to give you an accurate estimate on services.

Fleas have sucking mouth-parts, and as adults, feed on the blood of mammals or birds. Many species of fleas are very annoying because of their bites, and a few species are virus and bacterial disease carriers, diseases which include the dog tapeworm, for example.

Also, some people and pets are known to develop allergic reactions to flea bites. Fleas are small insects, about quarter inch in length, laterally flattened, and red-brown to gray-black in color. They are wingless, and have long hind legs for jumping.

Fleas in houses are usually linked to a pet or a visiting cat or dog. Wild animals also have fleas, so fleas can invade due to the presence of bats, birds, rats, mice, opossum, etc., in or around the house. Fleas may also be driven from outside into the house during prolonged periods of wet weather. Cat Fleas are by far the most widely encountered, but others include Dog Fleas, Human Fleas, and Bird Fleas.