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Flea Control & Extermination

Fleas are parasites that feed on the blood of any warm-blooded body. Cat fleas are the most common domestic flea, but dog fleas, human fleas and oriental rat fleas can also be found. Fleas do not fly. Instead, they use their powerful legs to jump onto a passing host. Controlling and/or... more
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Keep Pets Pest Free

Fleas are a common pest that can affect pets, especially cats and dogs. The most common species of fleas plaguing American homes and their domestic animals is the cat flea. Their bites can cause itchy, red bumps that lead to excessive scratching. Fleas can also cause conditions such as anemia... more
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Flea Control During the Winter

It is essential that you continue throughout the winter with your pet's flea program, because although fleas are less, they still lay eggs and these hatch in the summer when the humidity is high and conditions are more ideal. If you believe you have a flea infestation, contact us and we can have a... more
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Flea Control

You don't want to have fleas in your home and we are sure your pets don't want to have them on either. A1 Exterminators can keep those pests away.  Contact us for more information on flea control in your... more
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Bug Tip Tuesday – Remove Ticks Quickly

Ticks are a big pest issue this time of year.  After taking Fido for a walk, use a lint roller right after being in the woods or on a brush walk. By rolling the sticky tape from the lint roller, you can catch some ticks before the embed themselves into your pet.  Always do a double check after... more
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Keep Fleas off Pets

A great and easy way to keep fleas off your cats and dogs is so simply rub the juice from an orange or lemon on their fur. Citrus repels fleas! Just be sure to freshly squeeze the juice yourself and do not use oil extracts from citrus, as these are harmful to dogs and cats. Also be sure to give... more
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Bug Tip Tuesday!

Dawn dishwashing liquid does the trick. Add a few drops to your dog’s bath and shampoo your pet thoroughly. Rinse well to avoid any skin... more
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Fleas In The Fall

Fleas are a big summer pest, but they can also be around in the fall months.  It is important to continue to check your pets for fleas this season. Fleas are hungry little parasites that feed on any warm-blooded body.  This makes it very easy for pets to bring them inside and spread them... more
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