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Are Ticks Dangerous to You & Your Pets?

Your Guide to Ticks in Baltimore and Montgomery County Spring is here in Baltimore and many of us, including our pets, want to spend time outside. Whether it’s in your backyard or on a hike in the woods, people are concerned about ticks. Unfortunately, it’s tough to get away from ticks entirely if you are
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The Most Common Myths About Mice

Mice infestation is a common household problem for many in the United States and especially for those in Baltimore County. Like many things, there tend to be myths that gain traction and twist the truth, which has happened with mice. Become aware of the most common myths about mice so you know what you are dealing with.
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Ways to Prevent Mice from Entering Your Home

Before it gets cold in the Baltimore area, you’ll need to perform some important house maintenance. This will ensure that no animals seeking warmth and shelter use your home as their winter getaway. One of the most common critters that make their way into people’s homes is mice. Thankfully, you can prepare for this issue
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8 Common Mouse Species in the U.S.

Mice are rodents known for their small appearance, their ability to frighten people, and spreading harmful diseases. Depending on where you are in North America, you may encounter a different mouse species that you might not be familiar with. Many mice species have altered appearances and abilities based on the environment they live in so
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Signs There Are Mice in Your Home

Some people find mice cute, while others feel terrified in their presence. Regardless of what you think, mice can spread diseases and cause other problems in your home. Come wintertime, they’ll even try and enter your home so they can survive through the cold temperatures. That’s why it’s important to look out for some of
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Where Do Termites Come From?

Termites can cause a lot of damage to your home, and you’ll notice several signs of their presence. In Maryland, the termites you need to prepare for are the eastern subterranean species. This type of termite possesses a white and brownish appearance, has six legs, is a 1/8th inch long, and can appear in other
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