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Preventing Common Spring Pests in Oklahoma

For most people in Oklahoma, spring is seen as a welcomed reprieve from colder temperatures and an opportunity to prepare their home for the warm summer season that is coming up. However, pest control professionals know that this will generally...

Spring Fleas and Ticks Ready to Return in Oklahoma

Although the weather is still fluctuating from tolerable to bitterly cold, spring is just around the corner for Oklahoma. In no time, we will be able to step back out into nature with our pets and enjoy the warmth that...

Preventing Ticks in Your Yard

With the amount of rain we have been receiving across Oklahoma this season, it has been hard for homeowners to keep their mowing habits up with the growth of the grass. When grass gets too high, it could provide the...

What Pests Are You Likely to See This Season?

While this summer has kicked off to a mild start with extensive periods of rain, the temperatures have risen enough to accommodate a wide variety of common pests. While just about every pest will make itself known before fall sets...

Dangerous Spring Pests: What To Look For

Although you may be happy that spring has finally arrived and the cold days of winter are behind us, this new season could also expose you to dangerous spring pests. As a multitude of insects and bugs begin to emerge...

3 Common Spring Pests and the Best Ways to Avoid Them

While spring is most notable for its warmer weather and extensive impact on flower growth, it also signals the beginning of pest season. While many different pests will likely begin making their presence known, there are a few more notorious...

Protect Your Pets with Spring Flea and Tick Control

While fleas and ticks can be a problem everywhere, Oklahomans are especially at risk of finding a few of these unwelcome pests outdoors in the coming months. Even worse, if you are a hunter or enjoy camping, there's a good...

Protect Your Pets from Ticks This Spring!

Even with Oklahoma's constantly changing weather, spring is finally here. During this season ticks can become an unwanted problem in many yards, detrimentally affecting pets with unfortunate exposure to the outdoors. Here are some steps you can take to protect...

Tick-borne Diseases

Warm weather is finally here and that means you’ll probably be heading back outside to hunt, fish, camp and generally enjoy the great outdoors. And while being able to spend more time outside is great, it also means you’ll be...

Protect Yourself from Tick-Borne Diseases

If you've been following Oklahoma news lately, you may have noticed that the subject of ticks and tick-borne diseases has increased. Not only are ticks creepy and suck blood, but they can also transmit 14 different diseases to humans. Most...