Rodents are warm-blooded mammals that can be found worldwide like humans. They chew on a wide range of goods and cause extensive damage in and around buildings.
Arachnids are a huge group that includes over 100,000 spider species. Although they have eight legs and two body segments, they aren't insects; they're more closely related to ticks and mites. Learn More
Bed bugs – Cimex lectularius – are insects that feed off warm-blooded animals. They are extremely small and can be very difficult to detect and identify. Because they can go for months without a blood meal and are resistant to many insecticides, treatment is very difficult and time-consuming. Learn More
Roaches are tiny insects measuring over 50 mm (2 in) long. Roaches have six legs and two antennae, and some can fly for short distances. Roaches usually range from tan to brown to black. Learn More
Fire ants are identified by their dull red body coloration and the stinger on their abdomen. Their name derives from the distinctive burning sensation accompanying a fire ant sting, assumed to be caused by the venom. Learn More
Ticks are like fleas or mosquitos — tiny blood-sucking parasites that can be difficult to spot. Ticks are known to carry and transmit various illnesses, making it crucial to protect your pets during the tick season. Learn More
Fleas are the most common parasite found on pets. They cause irritation and itching to pets and make them prone to health problems. They also spread viruses and diseases through bites, making pets susceptible to illnesses like rabies. Learn More