Your office representative will advise you of the preparations
if any prior to service.
and Tick Preparation
THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION IS “WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR YOUR PET?” With the products
that are on the market today flea treatments can be kept to a minimum. Corpest recommends Advantage or Frontline on a monthly basis. This will greatly
reduce the need to treat for fleas and ticks and your pets will appreciate it also. CONSULT
WITH YOUR VETERINARIAN ABOUT THESE PRODUCTS AS THEY ARE ONLY BE PURCHASED THROUGH THEM. The products sold over the counter are not the same as
bought from your veterinarian.
Prior to any Flea and/or Tick treatment, the client needs to prepare for service by doing the following:
Please advise technician as to
locations that pets frequent both inside and outside of the home.
- Sweep and mop any tile or wood floors.
- Vacuum all floor coverings including throw rugs.
Tick treatment pay extra attention to corners and along walls.
all pet bedding.
- All small items need to be picked up off
the floor (furniture does not need to be moved).
- Items under
bed and children’s toys need to be off the floor.
and people need to remain out of the home or treatment area for a minimum of 4 hours.
- If the yard is to be included in the treatment, all pet bowls and children’s toys need to be removed prior
- Grass needs to be freshly cut.
WHAT TO EXPECT
It is not
unusual to find ticks and fleas after treatment. The treatment should start to control them along with the animal treatment
in a few short days provided preparation instructions were followed. Vacuum, Vacuum, Vacuum will greatly speed up the process
as in the case of fleas. The pupae stage will emerge thus coming in contact with the treatment on the dog or floor covering.
Your Corpest representative will gladly discuss your treatment.