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EEE FAQ

What is EEE? Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) is a rare but serious disease caused by a virus. The virus — which is more virulent than West Nile — can cause inflammation of the brain that leads to death in about one-third of cases. People who do survive are often left with brain damage. The highest chance of infection in humans

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Other Types of Tick Diseases

We hear a lot about ticks invading the Northeast region of the United States and how they are quick to spread Lyme Disease. However, it is important to note that ticks live in multiple U.S. regions, and that there are quite a few other tick borne diseases outside of Lyme disease that affect people of all ages. Always make sure

Animals That Help Control Ticks

Looking for a new pet? When it comes to ticks, it can seem like there is almost no help besides your favorite tick control company The Mosquito Guy. Deer, mice, squirrels, even dogs, man’s best friend, can assist in the spreading of ticks. However, there are only a few animals that  eat ticks. These animals can be extremely beneficial.OpossumsYou may

NOW SPRAYING DENNIS MA AND SURROUNDING AREAS

NOW SPRAYING DENNIS MA AND SURROUNDING AREASThe Mosquito Guy, is excited to announce our mosquito control services is now available in Dennis MA and surrounding areas. Homeowners and business owners in Cape Cod can now benefit from our environmentally responsible, affordable and efficient mosquito and tick control services. The Mosquito Guy location in Dennis MA is our most recent example of

TIck Facts

You’ve probably heard of ticks and the dangers they can cause to humans or any other animal for that matter. Tick facts can help you understand how to best control them and the spread of diseases associated with these parasites known for sucking blood from their hosts..For example, if you suffer a tick bite, you may get infected with bacterial

How To Prevent Ticks

The spring season is now in full force and before you know it the summer season will be here.  While family head to their summer homes, backyards, and cottages, tick exposure becomes a big threat throughout the Northeast. Ticks are known to live in tall grass and wooded areas and can pose a threat to homeowners, campers and outdoor adventurers

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