A. The best approach to flea and tick management is to use it all year, but depending on the region or area of the world you live in this can make a difference.
Fleas, eggs, larvae or pupae die if the temperature falls to 37°F for 10 days. Most fleas and ticks prefer to live in warmer climates, but even in cold weather they can find a way to survive. This survival may be accomplished by living on wild animals, or hiding in bedding, barns, sheds or under decks.
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