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Category: Fleas

Fleas are small, agile insects which have been around since the time of the dinosaurs. They feed on blood and are capable of jumping up to seven feet in a single bound, making them difficult to eradicate. Fleas reproduce quickly, and a single female flea can produce 600 eggs in her lifetime. Without proper treatment, they can quickly infest a home, leading to an uncomfortable environment and potential health risks for both humans and pets. It is important to take preventive measures in order to reduce the risk of fleas entering the home. Regular vacuuming, cleaning pet bedding, using insecticides, and regularly grooming your pets can all help lower the chances of a flea infestation. If an infestation does occur, it is important to consult a professional pest expert to ensure the flea problem is properly managed and eliminated. With proper prevention and timely treatment, a flea infestation can be easily managed.

Pantry pests

Pantry pests. Everyone has seen them, no one wants them. Insects such as  moths, beetles and more attack virtually every

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