Pet parents love their dogs – they are a part of our families, after all. Protect their health with professional Murfreesboro tick control.
Boy oh boy, how we love our dogs in Murfreesboro. Just look at the great number of dog parks we have right here in our own backyard:
1. Murfreesboro Bark Park
2. Cason Trailhead
3. General Bragg Trailhead
4. Barfield Crescent Park
Just as important as giving them wonderful places to romp and run with their fellow furry friends is making sure that Murfreesboro tick control is diligently practiced.
Potential tick-borne diseases in Murfreesboro ticks are serious threats to our beloved pets, and we must protect them from diseases for which vaccines have not been approved.
Tick-borne disease here in Murfreesboro is a growing threat to both canine and human health. Ticks are parasites that attach themselves to animals and people, feed on blood, and transmit diseases directly into the host’s system. The disease occurs when an infected tick bites a dog or a human and transmits the disease into the victim’s body.
The most important prevalent tick-borne diseases that affect dogs are Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Babesiosis, Bartonellosis, and Hepatozoonosis. All can have serious health consequences for dogs, and many can have serious health consequences for people as well, which is why Murfreesboro tick control is critically important.
In addition to veterinary prescribed flea and tick prevention as the first line of defense against tick diseases impacting our dogs, Mosquito Squad’s Murfreesboro tick control can amp up protection for humans and their beloved pets.
How does our Murfreesboro tick control work?
A dynamic double protection system can be yours with the Mosquito Squad of Nashville’s comprehensive tick control regimen. This highly effective Murfreesboro tick control solution is a combination of our traditional mosquito barrier treatment plus our tick tube treatment.
The latter involves strategically placing biodegradable tick tubes around your property to lure mice. We fill each tick tube with insecticide-soaked cotton that the mice then collect and use for bedding. The reason we go after mice is simple: When ticks attach to mice, they will be taken to their nest and poisoned by the cotton.