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July 8, 2019

#ants#home pest control

a small blach ordorouse ant crawling along a wet kitchen floor in a tulsa home

Is That Odor Around My Tulsa Home Really Caused By Ants?

Posted in: Ants,

It’s hard to imagine that ants could be making your Tulsa-area home smell. Who knew they had a scent, right?  While most ants don’t cause a stink in your house, there is one ant that is the exception. Odorous house ants, as their name suggests, give off a pungent odor. During the summer Tulsa residents may be experiencing the terrible odor of odorous house ants.

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a yellow jacke with its antennas down to sense out the tulsa property as it finds a nest to reproduce and invade

How To Avoid Yellow Jacket Stings Around Tulsa

Posted in: Pest Control,

Imagine your ideal summer afternoon. Maybe it’s a backyard concert with cold soda and snacks. It could be a barbecue with burgers on the grill or a delicate tea party on the lawn. Maybe your ideal summer day is just playing outside, throwing frisbees or playing with your dog. Whatever your favorite outdoor summer activity is, there’s one thing that can ruin it. Yellow jackets.
 
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June 26, 2019

#ticks#home pest control

a family od ticks of all sizes infesting and feasting on a dog as it crawls through the hair of an oklahoma pet

What You Can Do To Keep Ticks Off Your Pets This Summer

Posted in: Ticks,

With the prevalence of ticks in Oklahoma, most residents are already familiar with the health risks that come with tick bites. Ticks are known carriers of dangerous diseases, including Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and anaplasmosis.  Additionally, some people have an allergic reaction to tick bites.

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the long legs of a brown recluse spider are spread out as it is in attack pose on an oklahoma wall

When Are Brown Recluse Spiders In Season Around Tulsa?

Posted in: Spiders,

The brown recluse spider is one kind of venomous spider found in Tulsa. Because the brown recluse can live for up to five years, according to Oklahoma State University, it’s fair to say they are always in season around Tulsa.

 

 

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