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When your beloved fleabag mutt, has the whole family itching and scratching. Ahh couldn’t you just almost burn the whole house down.

Never fear! You flea treat the pooch and we can flea treat the whole house.

Federal Pest Control has been the top choice for expert and affordable flea removal in South East Queensland. Our Pest Management experts have safe and effective  flea control solutions that can help in the prevention and treatment of the pesky fleas.

With more than 25 years experience in pest control, our extensive knowledge of fleas enables us to deal with them thoroughly where other Pesties might fail.  We don’t just remove fleas, we exterminate their eggs and the conditions that can attract and nourish them.

4 Signs you have a flea problem


1. Excessive Scratching

If your pet is scratching excessively, you’ll probably want to check them for fleas or scabs from flea bites. Areas around ears are places fleas like to hang out. If you don’t see any fleas, your pet may have a skin condition that needs medical treatment.




2. Consistent Flea Presence

If you notice one or two fleas every now and then it does not mean you have a Flea infestation. But when you can see Fleas hopping around your pet or on your furniture, you’ve got a problem and need to treat your pet and your home.


3. Droppings in Pet’s bed

You can check your pet’s bedding for Flea droppings that will look like salt and pepper looking specks. These are the eggs and the digested blood from the adult fleas, a tell-tale sign of an infestation.



4. Itchy bites on your family

If your family is experiencing small itchy bites when sitting on the carpet or the couch or in your beds during the night while you’re sleeping, it’s possible you might have a flea infestation.



If you feel like you have a flea problem, Fedpest are here and happy to help. Don’t hesitate to call and we’ll have a knowledgeable and friendly staff member come check your home!

before having your home flea treatment:

  • Make sure everything is off the floor
  • Make sure the pet has been flea treatedBest to give floors a vaccum/mop as it’s important not to mop or vacuum for 10 days after. 
to do or know after treatment:
  • To allow treatment to work fully don’t mop or vacuum for 10 days.
  • If a property is empty it’s best to visit and walk around, as eggs need vibration to hatch – during the active phase of treatment.
  • If a property is empty it’s best to visit and walk around, as eggs need vibration to hatch – during the active phase of treatment.

Understanding the life cycle of a flea is an important part of Flea Control.

The adult flea lays her eggs on the host animal. The egg falls off the animal’s skin and into the local environment of the host animal.The flea egg hatches, releasing a first stage (stage 1) flea larva.The first stage flea larva develops and grows and undergoes two molts to become a final stage flea larva.he final stage flea larva spins a cocoon and becomes a pupa.The cocoon hatches and an adult flea comes out, looking for mates and a host animal to feed on. The adult male and female fleas jump onto the host animal to feed, mate and lay eggs.

Got a Flea Problem? Call 1800 647 996

We've got a Pest Management Technician that's happy to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Because fleas can be difficult to get rid of, you should call professional Pest Management Service if your first attempts at getting rid of fleas fail. However, once you know you have fleas, acting quickly can prevent them from becoming a huge problem.

Unfortunately, most flea infestations won’t go away on their own. Fleas are one of natures most resilient pests.

Check Pet Beds for salt and pepper looking droppings or live fleas. Look Over Carpeting, sofas and beds. Be aware of bites on children or family especially that sit close to the floor.

Some mice and rats can carry harmful diseases, such as HPS, Leptospirosis, lymphocytic choriomeningitis, plague, and typhus. The best way to protect you and your family from these diseases is to keep mice and rats out of your home.

Call our friendly customer care line to discuss your rodent problem and get a price from our capable Pest Management Technicians on 1800 647 996.

A Fedpest residential Flea Treatment for your home starts from $158.00

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