Any tips on how to get rid of fleas? I'm currently staying with my mom (house is STILL for sale in another state), and her dog got fleas from the groomer. 3 weeks ago, I was sent to the store for Frontline for both my cat and my mom's dog. This was the first summer my mom failed to give it to her dog. My cat has never been treated because she's never been outside and my mom's dog is the only other animal she's been in contact with. Anyway, we treated them 3 weeks ago. A week later, the dog still has them. My mom began giving her baths with Dawn dish soap. Fleas were still there. My mom began treating her with flea shampoo. Still there after first time. Second time, my mom also had the living room carpet cleaned by a professional. Everything was washed. Still fleas! She took her back to the groomer for a flea dip yesterday. They washed everything, sprayed stuff on the carpet, vacuumed really well, sprayed Lysol on all unwashable soft surfaces. Today, there were 2 live fleas on her! She is a Shih Tzu/ Pomeranian mix. They cut her hair down to 1/4 an inch yesterday (it was maybe 3/4 before). She has more 'hair' than fur. It is thin, too. You can see her skin in most places since her hair is so short. I am 95% sure my cat does not have them. The cat and dog don't interact at all. They do both sleep on the spare bed from time to time. In the last week, my cat decided to sleep in my parents' bed for the first time tired. However, she only scratches one place and I may see her scratch once in a 6-8 hour span of time. This is not unusual. My cat is long haired, but I try to look at her skin and I haven't seen anything. We're thinking she was treated with Frontline soon enough. Plus, I sleep downstairs and the dog never even goes into the family room downstairs. So I think that separation helped as well. Anyway, tip/tricks to getting rid of them once and for all? I worry that my cat is going to get them and then we'll be in a LOT of trouble since she finds weird places to sleep, and hangs out under beds.