Saying that fleas “disappear” in the winter is bit of a stretch, since there are four different stages of the flea in the environment. While adult fleas, flea larvae, and flea eggs don’t fare well in really cold temperatures, flea pupae (like a cocoon) can survive up to a year in those conditions. Also, while it’s cold outside, it’s usually warm indoors, right? So if you have dogs and cats that bring fleas and all of their offspring indoors to reside in your carpet and bedding, you have a year-round flea problem. That’s one very good reason to keep your pets on flea meds 12 months out of the year. If your dog is completely outdoors (does anyone still do that?), then this may not be an issue for you!!!!
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