After the Florida outbreak, some Floridians are concerned about how their pet fleas are surviving in their homes.
In Florida, there are no flea control programs, but if you have a pet dog or cat, you may want to consider adopting one.
Here are some tips for dealing with fleas and scabies: Keep your pet indoors and out of your home, if possible.
Make sure your pet is kept in a cool and dry area.
When you have to go to the store, bring your pet with you.
If you have your pet outdoors, put it in a separate room with a blanket or a towel and put it outside to dry off.
If your pet gets scabies or fleas, quarantine your pet before leaving.
Don’t leave your pet outside in the sun, because it can transmit the disease.
You may need to keep it in the room you quarantine your dog or pet from getting scabies, but it’s best to leave it in your home.
If someone has been bitten by your pet, do not call the authorities.
Call the vet to get a local vet to treat the pet.
There are several vaccines available, and you should get one as soon as possible after being bitten.
If that’s not possible, do get a rabies shot.
It can help your pet stop getting infected with the disease, but you might not be able to get rid of the infection itself.