Fleas feed on blood and although their mouth is small, a flea bite can hurt and most certainly can become inflamed, itchy and swollen. Once fed, the flea will look to mate and immediately lay eggs. Some of these may fall in the yard, some in the house and some will remain on the pet. When the eggs hatch, a small caterpillar-like creature comes out to feed on anything organic. This includes dried blood, flea faeces, animal hair and a variety of other organic matter. The flea larva will feed for days after which it will spin a cocoon and undergo metamorphosis. This stage is called the flea pupa. No spray will completely eradicate flea pupa. This is why you still have fleas following the most thorough of initial treatments.
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