Very, very rarely. I have heard occasional first-hand accounts of people seeing one flea and being okay, but they're by far in the minority. According to my vet, most fleas aren't in the adult stage, but in larval or juvenile stages. The adult fleas really only total about 5% of the flea population.
I would get anti-flea stuff ASAP.
No never! And they come in waves! (Try Revolution for dogs. It rescued us bigtime!)
On the dog of heaven there was just one flea... and then DOG said to the Flea... go forth and multiply... you have learned division!
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