Why am I seeing more fleas on my pet after applying ITCH Flea?

Fleas rise to the top of your pet's coat as they are killed. If you see fleas after treating your pet it is an indication that the treatment is working.
Itch Flea works on contact to kill adult fleas and immature stages of development. If you have an existing infestation in your home, fleas could continue to jump onto your pet but will die when they come into contact with the product on your pet. If fleas persist after treatment, we would suggest a household flea spray to help break the flea life cycle and kill fleas living in your pet's immediate environment which are yet to make contact with your pet. These sprays similarly work on the parasites' central nervous systems, killing them. It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions as these products can be toxic to some species. We also recommend regular vacuuming before and after spraying the house, car and areas frequented by your pet. If possible, wash your pet's bedding regularly at 60℃ to help protect against re-infestation.
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