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TICKS

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW COULD HURT YOU!

TICKS. CARRIERS OF LYME DISEASE.

Ticks, like mosquitoes, are carriers of disease. In fact, tick-borne diseases affect tens of thousands of people in the U.S. each year. However, unlike mosquitoes, ticks don't bite and then move on. They have beak-like projections which they plunge into the skin of their host. Ticks can even stay attached to a single host for up to weeks at a time.


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BARRIER TREATMENTS

Consistent barrier protection treatments are the most effective at repelling ticks and other outdoor pests. Our sprays take less than an hour, on average, to apply and cure, and a single Mosquito Squad barrier spray treatment will protect your yard for up to 21 days from potentially dangerous ticks. We offer multiple packages, including custom plans, to fit your individual needs. Plus, we back each and every treatment with our 100% money back guarantee.


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TICK-BORNE DISEASE HIDDEN DANGERS

a tick we recovered from a property in Northcentral Wisconsin

Lyme Disease

Named after the town in Connecticut in which it was first discovered, Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in the United States, with cases being diagnosed in all states except Hawaii. In fact, there are nearly 30,000 cases reported yearly by the Centers for Disease Control. If caught early enough, Lyme disease responds well to a variety of antibiotics. However, it is unfortunately not the easiest disease to diagnose. Some symptoms of Lyme disease include fatigue, join pain, and fever, as well as the tell-tale bull's eye rash.

Ehrlichiosis

Ehrlichiosis is most commonly found in deer and dogs; however, it can affect humans. This type of bacteria kills white blood cells which can cause headaches, fatigue and body aches. Fortunately, ehrlichiosis can be treated with a series of antibiotics.