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Category Archives: Mosquitoes

When it comes to pest management and control, it’s paramount to stay up-to-date on environmental discoveries, extermination innovations and the changing dynamics of the world around us. We think it’s important to share these findings with you, along with the new discoveries and any new topics we uncover in our own day-to-day work as your hometown professionals.

  1. Top Tips for Dealing With 5 Summer Pests

    Spring and summer are the worst months for pests. It’s the time of year when insects come out of their winter “hibernation” to search for food and when they reproduce—meaning you’re likely seeing pests in large numbers. (This year, in fact, is worse than previous years: you might remember from a previous blog post that the mild…

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  2. What Insects Will Bite or Sting Cats and Dogs?

    For humans, bug bites can be annoying and occasionally, dangerous. After all, a single mosquito bite can be enough to drive us bonkers. The same holds true for our four-legged friends. Unfortunately, their inability to speak and furry coat can make it difficult to recognize when they are suffering from a bug bite or sting….

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  3. Update: The Zika Virus and You

    Despite efforts from numerous government agencies and health organizations, including the CDC, the Zika virus has continued to spread. It now reaches well into the United states including Ohio. In light of the virus now residing in our backyard, Scherzinger Pest Control thought it was high time for a refresher course on the Zika virus….

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  4. The Zika Virus: Answers to Your Common Questions

    Have you seen the Zika virus mentioned more and more frequently in the news in recent months? The virus was first discovered in a Uganda forest in 1947, but has grown in prominence in recent years. In 2013, there was an outbreak in French Polynesia, and late last year, an outbreak started in Brazil. The…

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