Cat Flea Infestation Treatments
A-Tex Pest Management of Austin, Texas cares for the commercial businesses and residential homes locally and in surrounding areas with a number of pest management services. We are completely licensed and insured to offer our professional expertise at affordable rates. With our commitment to incorporate high moral standards, exceptional work ethics, friendly customer service, and superior execution on all services rendered, we have made become a reputable pest management company. Our technicians have advanced training, years of experience, and remarkable skills that are enhanced with the use of high-end products and equipment sold only to licensed professionals to ensure maximum results.
Symptoms & Signs of Cat Fleas
Signs of cat fleas include frantic scratching, excessive licking, hair loss, skin lesions and pepper like dirt flecks on fur.
Cat Flea Inspections, Treatment & Removal in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If your suspect cat fleas are inflicting you or your pets, first seek medical attention and then have A-Tex Pest Management perform a cat flea management service in and outside your home in the Greater Austin, Texas area to ensure all cat fleas and their viable eggs are destroyed to avoid future outbreaks.
Tailored SolutionsWe know every home & business is unique and we will work with you to find the best solution for you.
Quality WorkFrom first phone call to completed job, our team is committed to providing the highest quality service and work.
Locally Owned & OperatedAs a locally owned business since 2002, we know the area and are properly equipped to handle your pest needs.
A-Tex Pest Management offers management on cat fleas for our customers in the Greater Austin, Texas area. Cat fleas are the most common in the area. They will easily use your cat or dog to feed on and cat fleas will even feed on humans if need be, though they prefer your four-legged family member. Cat fleas are not only responsible for itchy and irritated skin, but they can potentially spread disease. Diseases like typhus, plague, Lyme disease, tapeworm and other flea-borne illnesses are just a few examples. Cat fleas can also cause anemia, and when flea infestations are that severe, cats can even die of anemia.
“We will not hesitate to call them if the problem arises again, and we will certainly be contacting them for all of our future pest control needs.”