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St. Paul Tick Control

A little, hitch hiker hiding on your body getting a constant meal doesn’t bother you, right? Wrong! Anything remotely resembling a parasite naturally is cause for anyone to be nervous. If you found out you had hundreds of these waiting for a tasty meal from YOUR body, wouldn’t you immediately call Rove pest control? You already know the answer to that.

Where Do They Hide?

Ticks love to hide in tall grasses, weeds, bushes and trees. Pretty much any lush, foliage in your yard is a perfect environment for these insects. They lie in waiting for any passing by animal or human to fall or crawl upon. Not only are they incredibly gross, but they can be quite dangerous as well. Ticks can carry Lyme’s Disease, which can cause an array of debilitating symptoms such as joint pain, muscle weakness, nerve disorders, and flu-like symptoms.

That’s Not All!

Wait, ticks can do more than suck your blood or potentially give you Lyme’s Disease? Yes, ticks can transmit a number of other diseases with one bite, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, human granulocytic and monocytic ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, relapsing fever, Colorado tick fever, tularemia, Query fever, and tick paralysis. Ticks carry a slurry of dangerous pathogens. Bug spray can help protect you when you’re hiking, but no one wants to wear it constantly, especially when you’re enjoying the tranquility of your yard.

Don’t Take The Chance

Ticks aren’t just a nuisance but they can be a dangerous problem. As your garden in your flower beds, you want to be thinking of your beautiful shrubs and flowers, rather than the freaky, parasitic insects lurking for bite. Protect yourself, your loved ones and your pets by calling a Rove Pest Control exterminator to spray the areas around your homes where ticks like to hide in wait for your delicious blood to feast upon.