To summarize, my roommate's dog introduced fleas to our house. This wasn't an issue last year. She waited a few weeks to start treating, but by then they were everywhere. Now they're in my room, the bathroom, the other roommates room, the kitchen. Everywhere! I get bitten at night and wake up with bites all over my legs and arms. Also, there's a chance they will get on my pets, which are strictly inside. And then who will pay for that medicine?
My roommate started treating the problem, but mostly her room.
What do I do? It's getting worse.
I vacuum frequently to pick up eggs and fleas on the floor, but I'm getting so desperate as they bite me more and more. I don't know what product is safe for my pets, which are rodents. I've never had to deal with this before, and I'm desperate.
Without moving house, what do I to be rid of these blood suckers.
She has said I could use her product. Hopefully, this will kill them. If not, I will ask her to pay for an exterminator.
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Your roomie needs to pay to have an exterminator come in. If they're that bad there's no point in wasting money on sprays and bombs. Then you ALL need to do the follow up work and get rid of them for good.
Call your vet about your rats and find out what needs to be done for them.2