Rat Fleas

The rat flea (Xenopsylla cheopis) is a small parasite that feeds on the blood of rodents. They are known carriers of a variety of diseases and are considered the main vector of bubonic plague. Infection is transmitted after a flea feeds from an infected rodent and then bites a human.Rat fleas begin…
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Sand Fleas

The term sand flea is used to describe many species of animals. Most people describe sand fleas as very small animals which bite people, leaving welts similar to that of a flea. These welts can be caused by a multitude of animals near sandy or coastal areas. There are also sand flies which bite people…
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Cockroaches

Deny them food and water. Did you wash your dishes and put food away promptly after meals? Did you clean up spills right away and keep the area clean especially in the kitchen? Take out the trash regulary. Did you have one trash can for food in you house? Don'y let it sit for too long. Use a trash…
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Rodent

Remove your home’s clutter. Are you having old stuff keeping in the storage area of you home like plates, glasses, boxes and piles of magazine that provides nest for mice?Wash the floors and vacuum the carpets. Do you run the vacuum over the carpets at least few times a week and disinfecting the floors?…
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Bed bugs

Regular checking of bedrooms and sleeping areas. Did your room organize and do regular cleaning? Are you checking the mattress seams, headboard, cupboards or bedside cabinets? Are you aware of checking your luggage from a trip before taking it inside your home?Checking vintage or second hand furniture.…
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Brown Dog Ticks

Adult brown dog ticks are reddish-brown and lack any easily noticeable markings that are found on many other tick species. Adults that have not taken a blood meal are about 1/8-inch long. Blood-fed females are about a ½-inch long and have a blue-gray coloration. Males are smaller than females, but…
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