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Are you a responsible pet owner? If you own a dog or a cat, you probably do a lot to take care of Fido and Fluffy. Regular vet visits, feeding your pet the best food and keeping your pet’s treat cupboard stocked are just a few of the things you may be doing to keep your pets happy and healthy. But have you considered your pets’ protection against fleas? There are all kinds of different flea control products on the market, but you should check with your pets’ veterinarian to see what flea treatment is most suitable for your pet. Are fleas harmful to your pets? Yes! Fleas can contribute to animal scratching and discomfort and can even cause pets to lose hair and have large, open sores. Are fleas harmful to your family? YES!! Fleas can bite your human family members too! Flea control is important for several reasons: your pets need to be flea-free to be happy and healthy and once a flea infestation is inside your home, it can be nearly impossible to get rid of on your own.
Ants are very social insects, which is why they form massive colonies. The trouble comes when these ants decide to form their colonies on your property or worse, head indoors in search of food and water. Homes in Kansas City, Topeka and across Kansas are susceptible to ant infestations especially during the spring and summer when the temperatures are warm and homes are more open.
Perhaps one the biggest threats to the structural integrity of your Kansas home or business is an infestation of termites. These wood destroying pests are found across the country and while they are great decomposers in our forests, they will also attempt to feast on your home given the opportunity. With the spring season at our feet, now is the time when termite colonies in Kansas City, Topeka and throughout Kansas will become more active. So to help you better understand these destructive insects before they get to work, here are some common termite questions answered by the KS pest control professionals at Schendel Pest Services.
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