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We can usually treat your flea problems, safely, in one visit!

Who wants fleas at their backyard picnic?

Did you know?

You don't have any pets, so why do you have fleas?!? Those cute little squirrels, bunnies, and other wildlife that show up in your yard are infested with fleas.

Did you know?

Flea saliva contains an allergen that can cause an allergic reaction in pets and humans. The transfer of tapeworms and anemia in pets is a possibility as well. Fleas can also bite up to 400 times a day!

     Ticks live off the blood of mammals, birds and some reptiles. They can carry a host of diseases, including Lyme disease. Ticks cannot jump or fly so they wait in tall grass for a passing host to brush against them. They then latch onto the host by inserting a feeding tube into the skin. Newborn ticks can attack in gatherings of 30,000 or more. While most active in the warm months, ticks can attack a host at any time of the year.

     Kalson Pest Control will visit with you and address your treatment options. We will develop a plan to eradicate your problem as well as prevent future occurrences. Our treatment methods are current with new technologies and techniques. Our consultation will cover items that need to be addressed before the treatment and after the application. A combination of manual and chemical treatments will insure success and leave you with a home that is pest free.

Fleas and Ticks

     Fleas and ticks can be an immediate concern. Both will spread disease, cause skin irritations and make life miserable for you and your pets. Fleas and ticks are not always brought in or harbored on your pet. Wildlife can also serve as an excellent carrier for these pests. Raccoons, rabbits, squirrels and even rodents such as mice and rats can bring fleas and ticks into your living space. Once flea or tick populations start, they can multiply and grow to large numbers in a matter of days. A female flea can lay 2,000 eggs while consuming 15 times her body weight in blood.