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Don’t Let Pests Spoil Your Holiday Cheer

Posted on 12/4/2013 at 12:00AM by Cindy Mannes Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer
  The holiday season is officially in full swing!  Decorating, baking and visits from friends and family have us all in the holiday spirit, but we do want to remind you of a few simple steps you can take to keep unwanted pests from spoiling your holiday fun! Baking is a beloved holiday tradition for many but unfortunately your sweet treats and pastries are also attractive to pests. This time of year, we encourage you to clean and conduct a thorough inventory of your pantry and cupboards, closely inspecting dry goods, such as flour, corn meal and sugar for pests. This is also a great way to see what you have on hand before venturing to the grocery store. &...Read More »
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Pests to Be Thankful For This Holiday Season

Posted on 11/20/2013 at 12:00AM by Shay Runion VP HR & Professional Development
With the holiday season finally here, many of us are reflecting on all of the good things in our lives that we are thankful for.  While pests don't generally top the list and usually get a bad rap, there are a few beneficial ones that we should really appreciate. The ladybug is a favorite for those who enjoy gardening! Not only do they bring good luck, but they feed on aphids which are harmful to plants. Some avid gardeners even purchase ladybugs for an easy, affordable and sustainable solution to keep the real pests away. We are very thankful for the beautiful four-winged dragonfly! This beneficial pest usually takes up residence in common mosquito breeding areas a...Read More »
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Be on the Lookout for the Top Five Creepiest Pests This Halloween

Posted on 10/31/2013 at 12:00AM by Kimberly Beaudin, VP of Marketing
Halloween is right around the corner and that means our neighborhoods will soon be crawling with ghosts, witches, vampires and goblins on the hunt for candy.  While these are make believe spooky costumes, there are some real terrors that might be lurking in your own backyard. To celebrate Halloween, we put together our list of the top five scariest pests - but beware these tales will send chills down your spine! Flesh flies are often found breeding in decaying material or feces but some species lay their eggs in the open wounds of mammals - hence the name flesh flies. Lucky for us they prefer to feed on decaying material rather than humans, YUCK! Everyone knows the ...Read More »
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Heavy Rain Means More Fleas and Ticks

Posted on 8/5/2013 at 10:39AM by Heather Gordy, VP Professional Development
It has been "raining cats and dogs" for most of the summer in our area and unfortunately this means bad news for our local cats and dogs.  All this wet weather combined with normal heat and humidity equals the perfect conditions for a surge in flea and tick infestations.  These insects reproduce very quickly and not only pose a serious health risk to your pets, but to your family as well. To help your protect all your loved ones this summer, we have put together a list of five steps you can take.  Keep your outdoor play areas and lawns clear of brush, grass clippings, woodpiles and leaf debris.  These are ideal havens for mice and rats which are renown...Read More »
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