While fleas are wingless insects, they can jump up to 2 feet high—and that can be problematic for your new puppy. While flea management may be the last thing on your mind when you bring home a fluffy best friend, it’s incredibly important both for your pup and your family. In 2015, fleas were among the most common parasites found in both dogs and cats. Yet research shows that flea treatment adherence falls short of veterinarians’ recommendations (the average pet parent only treats their pet for 6 months out of the year). If you’re curious to learn how to spot the signs of fleas on your puppy, plus which type of flea control is best for you, check out the infographic below.