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Pet Friendly Pest Control Services

Pets are an undeniable part of the family. And as such, you worry about their health and wellbeing as you would yourself. Pests and other unwanted guests in your house can not only be annoying and gross, but also harmful and potentially life-threatening to your pets. Certain pests can harbor diseases or can be a parasitic presence for you and your pet. Read on to learn more about pest control services that keep your pets in mind.

Flea Control

Most people associate fleas with pets, but they can also cause discomfort and harm to humans too. Flea bites are not only annoying and unsightly, but fleas can also bring in diseases like tapeworms. Fleas can thrive and hide well in the fur of your cats and dogs but also potentially in carpeting. Having a professional come by and take care of fleas can give you peace of mind.

Tick Control

Ticks are another small yet incredibly dangerous and disease-ridden creature. Lyme disease, in particular, is something that ails humans as well as cats and dogs. If you have a tick problem or you suspect that ticks are becoming a problem, then contact a professional pest control service to assist.

Rodent Control

If you have a rodent problem, there are pet-friendly solutions that you can put into place. There are traps that are child and pet-proof, so you don’t have to worry about your pets accidentally falling victim to something meant for a mouse.

Whenever pest control comes by your house, you can be assured that our methods are pet friendly. Pets are just as much a client as you are. We want to be sure that the home that they occupy will be safe and as healthy as possible. Pesticides that are used to kill other vermin in the house are usually at a low concentration, which means that they are strong enough to kill small insects but are insignificant to larger animals.

If you need help with pest control, but you also want to keep your pets safe, call RID Pest Control in order to set up an in-person consultation. From there, a professional will be able to determine the best course of action.

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