Northern States Pest & Weed Control

Tick & Flea Control

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Expert Tick and Flea Control Services

The forest covered Inland Northwest provides a great environment for pests like ticks and fleas to nest and live. Idaho has a moderate tick and flea activity meaning that they are very prominent in certain areas. If you think you might be at risk for a tick or flea infestation, contact us today.

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Tick & Flea Control

The forest covered Inland Northwest provides a great environment for pests like ticks and fleas to nest and live. Idaho has a moderate tick and flea activity meaning that they are very prominent in certain areas. Most commonly, ticks can be found in wooded areas, grassy areas, under leaves, and in bushes. Like ticks, flea infestations originate outdoors typically in shaded areas where animals often lay to rest. Fleas are also known for living in humid environments.
Ticks and fleas are a serious nuisance to daily activities, especially for animals. As commonly seen, ticks and fleas love latching on to household pets – eventually infesting your home. While ticks often die off in 5-7 days inside your home – they can live for up to a month, if they are in the right environment (moist, damp, humid). Fleas on the other hand love to nest in fur. While they typically stay latched on to pets, they can be found in furniture – much like bed bugs.

While ticks and fleas are annoying – they are also dangerous to household pets and people. Ticks and fleas can can carry various diseases that can be transmitted with just one bit. Therefore, it is important to take preventative measures to ensure your pets don’t get infected. This includes getting your home, yard, and property sprayed by a licensed pest control company and regularly checking your pets for any signs of nesting.