How to Remove Dog Flea Dirt

Fleas bite, itch, and spread diseases, making them unwanted guests for dogs. Despite these flaws, fleas often settle on dogs and leave dog owners to clean up.

You'll want to eliminate fleas and flea filth.Fleas leave dirt everywhere. It can be discovered on your dog's beds, carpet, furniture, and other places they spend time.

This is because fleas devour blood and make excrement after biting an animal. 

This flea poop is called flea dirt. Flea dirt looks like small, dry, dark dirt but becomes crimson when moist.

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This distinguishes flea soil as blood-digested. Except for red clay soil, ground dirt is black.

While fleas are usually more hazardous, their filth might be too. When flea filth gets into a wound, rickettsia bacteria can cause flea-borne typhus.

While rare in the US, flea-borne typhus can induce fever, chills, body aches and muscle pain, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, coughing, and a rash, according to the CDC. Although rare, severe sickness can occur.

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