Thereof, can sand fleas live in your home?
True sand fleas will not live in homes, infest cats or dogs, and are usually simply a nuisance due to their bites. However, chigoes, a pest often mistaken for the sand flea, can cause great pain when they bore into the soles of people's feet.
Also question is, can fleas live in dirt?
The dirt outside is a flea's favorite places to exist. You can see the fleas in the dirt, if they are there, if you look closely at the ground. You will see them jumping around. Fleas in the dirt outside can eventually make their way inside your house by attaching themselves to pets.
In your yard and in wildlife, fleas live in high grass, sand, sheds and debris – places where they can find shade and humidity. These areas, such as the grass underneath a shrub, provide the perfect conditions for all three stages of the flea's life cycle.