Summer Pests and Prevention

Jul 25, 20200 comments

With summer in New England swinging into full effect it’s finally time to get outdoors and enjoy that warm weather! Getting to the beach, going for a run, or just plain enjoying yourself outside are some of the ways many most of us will take advantage of these beautiful days. No one wants to dampen the mood, but while you’re out there having fun keep in mind that this time of year has a host of parasites, small animals, and annoying house bugs that might not be so fun to run into! We’ll focus on some of these animals today and help you get prepared to stay aware and ready for these pests this summer.

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