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Ticks are arachnids. Meaning, they are more closely related to spiders and scorpions than insects.  There about 850 tick species, some of which are capable of transmitting diseases such as Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.  Ticks feed on the blood of their host -- humans, birds, reptiles, and wild and domestic mammals.   Ticks may appear as a small dark speck on your pet's fur and are more commonly found on dogs than cats. Never remove a tick with your bare hand. Instead, using tweezers, grasp the tick close to the skin and pull gently.



Have your pet treated for fleas. It is important that you try not to let your freshly treated pet back into the areas in your home that are infested before you have a professional treat those areas.  Any area that your pet spends time in at your home needs to be treated, especially their bedding area.

Vacuum all areas that your pest inhabits including carpet, floors, upholstered furniture, mattresses, etc. Each time you finish vacuuming you need to place the used bag in a sealed bag (ziploc bag or a bag you can tie up) and dispose of it outside of the home. If it is possible to wash your pets bedding then do so otherwise dispose of it.

For all areas being treated by a pest control professional these areas need to be clear of any clutter or debris so that the treatment will be effective.

If you are having your yard sprayed, you need to mow the lawn and also make sure that any clutter and debris are removed from the yard.

Treatment for ticks and Fleas includes an inside, outside and underneath service.  All pets need to be out the treatment area for no less than 4 hours, including birds.  Fish Tanks need to be covered and pump turned off. Heat/AC need to be turned off during treatment and for 4 hours after treatment  so chemical can settle.

Very Important: Following our treatment, you need to continue to vacuum every third day for the next 3 weeks to ensure that all eggs are removed from your living area. DO NOT FORGET TO DISPOSE OF AND SEAL THE VACUUM BAG EACH TIME YOU VACUUM.