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We’re officially in the middle of April, which means that yellow jacket season is just around the corner. For many, the sight of a yellowjacket causes feelings of fear, dread, and annoyance. With their painful stings and aggressive temperament, it’s no…

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One of the many services provided here at Antworks is rodent control. Small and tenacious, wild rats can wreak havoc on your home, destroying your house interior and leaving droppings. To those that are unfamiliar with rats, there may seem to be little…

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When we hear about the need for pest control, we generally tend to think of pests such as cockroaches, termites, ants, and rodents. It is less often that we hear about home infestations caused by the infamous meal moths. However, despite being slightly…

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Fleas are a nuisance. Not only do they irritate your pets, but they can irritate you as well with their bites and dander. However, a flea infestation is more than just an irritant, but poses a serious health risk to your pets. Fleas transmit diseases as…

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Just this past weekend, many of the mattress stores in town were hosting President’s Day sales on new mattress sets. For those actually in the search for a new mattress, the endeavor can prove daunting. How can all these stores seem to be basically…

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Just imagine the following scenario. It’s Valentine’s Day, and you have everything all set to have a romantic night in. Sitting on the TV stand are some romantic-comedy films such as When Harry Met Sally, Just Friends, and P.S. I Love You. From the…

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An ant infestation in your home can be very troublesome. You never know when a stream of them will march through your kitchen or other living spaces. Ants can get in from the outside through the smallest of openings. If you block off one entrance, the…

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I have a weird question....I have a dog who had a stubborn flea problem. I tried some of that "back of the neck" fipronil application material and it didn't work. I brought her to a local vet and they gave me a med called nexgard. It's like a beef flavored treat that they eat.....the stuff worked!! No more fleas!

http://www.nexgardfordogs.com/Pages/index.aspx 

My question is....has anyone heard of a similar product given to humans to help fight bedbugs? Anything at all on the horizon?

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I have a question for my brothers and sisters in the pest control business. What is the best pest control software for a small family owned and operated pest control business? One that doesn't require repetitive data input..... one that's intuitive or predictive when entering data. Any idea's? I sincerely appreciate any and all input....
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