Blood Feeders

Pest Control for Blood Feeders in Lexington, KY & Surrounding Areas


Fleas are common pests that are spread from one place to another via hosts.  Hosts are typically wildlife animals such as raccoons, opossums, squirrels, rats, rabbits, etc.  Removal of these hosts and/or restricting pet access to areas where hosts frequent is important to stop reintroduction. Flea management is aided by frequent vacuuming of the structure to physically  remove some of the fleas and their eggs. A liquid treatment can be performed to kill larva and adult fleas if an infestation has occurred. A growth regulator is used in the treatment to break the reproduction cycle of the fleas. Pets should be on some kind of regular flea management treatment, which can include dips, topical solutions, and/or oral medications.

Bed Bugs/Bat Bugs

Bed bugs/Bat bugs may be found in a structure if it has a problem with other wild animals or have been introduced through human activity. A through inspection of the structure is critical in managing this pest. Treatment includes dusting wall voids and treating all areas of infestations. A vacuum may be used to remove heavily infested areas. Finding the source of the infestation is critical for good management.


Mosquitoes are common and can be managed around structures by reducing the amount of pooling water available. Placing mosquito growth regulators in fountains or ponds is part of a mosquito management program for residential accounts. Mosquitoes live in the water for development and only come out when they become adults. Mosquitoes can be managed in larger areas by treating ditches, ponds & other standing water. Treatment of shrubs and trees around structures has shown to be beneficial for the management of mosquitoes.

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