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How Fleas Spread

As the weather increasingly warms up and we go headlong into flea season in Maine, you may have questions regarding flea infestations. Ever wonder where those pesky fleas come from in the first place? No matter how clean your pet or your home may be, fleas still seem to find a way to infest homes and pets across the globe. So, you are not alone in your quest to eliminate them from your home and to… Read More >

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Tips to Avoid Ticks This Spring

Your yard is a ticking time bomb. The ticks we are talking about have legs and they transmit disease. If the wrong tick bites you, you can suffer an illness that doesn’t go away on its own, or at all in some cases. Tick populations are exploding this spring, and you are the target. You need to protect yourself, your family, and your pets from ticks. Here are a few tips to help you avoid… Read More >

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Spring Means Tick Season Is Here Again

Ticks, Ticks, Ticks, every year we dread having to protect ourselves from these disease spreading pests. Ticks are unapologetic and attach themselves to us, to our children, and to our pets in order to feed on our blood. It is more important now than it ever has been before to be vigilant and protect ourselves from these parasitic pests; the mild winter we just experienced, while great on heating… Read More >

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Common Problems German Cockroaches Cause In Maine

In our Southern Maine service area, we deal with a tiny tan roach known as the German cockroach. This is no ordinary roach--as you can probably imagine--since it is able to survive the Nor'easters we get here in Maine. The German cockroach is the most widely distributed cockroach in the entire world. Here are a few ways this versatile and resilient roach can cause problems for your Maine home or… Read More >

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