If you have been out in a dry, wooded area, make sure to check out your body for ticks before getting into a vehicle or entering a building. When ticks latch onto you, or your pet, they are doing so because this is their food source. Ticks survive by latching onto warm-blooded mammals, and bite, then suck the blood of the host. Not a very fulfilling life, but to each insects it's own I guess. We'll cut their lives out of yours with our tick control, get in touch!
If you happen to find a few ticks on yourself or you r pet, be very cautious and figure out where they might have come from . This is very crucial because if you find the source, you can cut back on the chances of this happening again.
Ticks are reproductive insects, what did you expect? But if you find a few, be very aware of the possibility that these ticks have been reproducing in your home, and may have laid eggs. This could be a potentially dangerous situation, and multiple ticks could be present in your home. Ticks could have diseases that they transfer to their host. Ticks are also known to be a spreader of lime disease. Lime diseases are prevalent in tick filled areas, and it it is definitely not something you want to come down with. If you have ticks or have seen them around, be sure t o call a tick extermination professional to come in and take care of this for you. Give us a call today! (925) 325-3366
Ticks will often find their way into your home by latching onto a biological host that is warm blooded. If you venture into any forested or grassy areas for an extended period of time, be sure to give a quick sweep of your clothing to see if any ticks latched on. Also check the warm areas of your body where heat collects.
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