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tiny insects that live in heavy bushes and around shaded areas that are heavily-vegetated; ticks feed on blood of people and animals

Pest Control for your pets

Pests that Affect Your Cats and Dogs

According to the Washington Post, 68% of households have a cat or dog. Some have both. In this article we want to name the pests that affect your furry buddy the most. Which pests are most harmful to your faithful companion? Fleas Fleas absolutely love cat and dog fur. The flea is able to live […]

09 Jun
2020
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Ways that Pests Get into Your Home During Holidays

The season of friends and family is right around the corner. First, we have Thanksgiving, and then a month later we have Christmas. Finally, just a week after Christmas, we have New Years Eve. There will be lots of foot traffic in your home and what better time for pests to get into your nice […]

19 Nov
2019
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Lone Star Tick in Florida Causes Meat Allergy

You may have heard something about people developing an allergy to meat after getting bit by a tick. Perhaps some people reading this think it is malarkey. Unfortunately, I am here today to tell you otherwise. The meat allergy caused by a tick bite is real. In this article I will go over what the […]

29 Oct
2019
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Most Common Bugs in Florida Part 3

This is the third and final installment in our three part series titled “Most Common Bugs in Florida”.  This series features the most common bugs in our state. These are bugs you have seen your entire life and perhaps you didn’t know what they were called. Our first bug is no stranger to any of us: […]

29 May
2018
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Roaches, Fleas and Ticks, Oh My!

No matter where you live, there are insect pests that can cause you problems. And no matter your climate, the insect pests behave the same in and around your home. The only difference the region makes is that in some areas of the country, or even within your state, the insects are more prevalent because […]

13 Feb
2017
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Stay Away from Ticks This Summer

Keeping yourself away from ticks is always an ideal thing to do. Not only can these little bugs carry diseases, but they can mean a lot of other problems for the host that is carrying them. Keep in mind, humans are not the only ones that they can attach to and infect. Pets and other […]

27 Aug
2016
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Kick the Ticks in Cocoa

Ticks have become a real issue for so many, and when it comes to being in warmer areas with taller grass; they are even more abundant and troublesome. Ticks are nasty, can carry bad diseases and cause an assortment of issues for people and animals that are trying to live around them. We can provide […]

05 Aug
2016
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Everything You Need to Know About Fleas and Ticks

If you are a pet owner, then you know the importance of keeping your pet flea and tick free.  Not only are they a harmful nuisance to your beloved fur baby, they can plague you and even make you severely ill.  Most places only need to worry about these pests during the late spring and […]

15 Jul
2015
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More about Ticks

Why are they dangerous? We all know that we don’t want ticks on ourselves or on our pets because they can spread Lyme disease.  We also know they are parasitic little bugs.  They latch onto our bodies, burrow their heads under the skin and make residence while feasting on our blood.   Unfortunately, this is not […]

16 Apr
2014
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The Importance of Tick Removal in Central Florida

If you live in central Florida or in pretty much any non-arctic location you’ll have to deal with ticks at some point. Ticks are external parasites which make their home in vegetation and wait to latch on to unsuspecting people or animals in the hope of finding a free meal. Ticks are very small and […]

04 Dec
2013
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