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a deer tick on a leaf

Ticks are one of the most dangerous pests in the world. They feed on humans and our pets, they transmit a variety of diseases, and they can latch onto us without us ever knowing. Because of this, you should do everything in your power to limit the tick populations around your Pittsburgh property…

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dog on skin

Now is the time to get your yard ready. How do you do that? By changing conditions that allow ticks to come into your yard. Proactive tick prevention can help you mitigate the threat of tick-borne diseases. Here's how it works.

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tick on wood

Because ticks ride into yards on wild animals, and when temperatures drop, wild animals have more reasons to try and overwintering in your home, especially if they sense heat coming out of a crack, gap, or hole. This presents an increased risk to your pets in two ways. Let's take a look at them.

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a golden tinted tick embedding itself in the fur of a faily pet dog on a sunny summer day in a Pennsylvania yard

As the spring warmth returns, so too does the concern of ticks invading your backyard. Whether you’re ready or not, these creepy crawlers are waking from their winter dormancy looking to hitch a ride on any warm-bodied creature that wanders their way. 

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tick up close

Ticks can be a danger throughout the year in the Pittsburgh area. As a homeowner, you want to know when the risk is highest and how to protect yourself, your family, and your pets from the dangers that ticks pose. From mild irritations to life-threatening diseases, tick-related threats should not be…

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