Now then. When has that ever been a solution before? Just spray away and the problem goes away. You do this still when the odd bug or two appears from behind the refrigerator. But spraying over poor old Fido has hardly worked, nor is it the right thing to do. So, while you take old Fido to the vet, you’ll be dialing up a tick control gray expert to come and give you a hand. It will always begin with good words of advice.
He’ll be telling you what you’ve been doing wrong all this time. Like using that ineffective spray of poisonous junk you purchased at the supermarket or hardware store. These work but only if you’re dealing with isolated incidents, and usually if your timing’s been pretty fortunate. Because under usual circumstances, if you’ve seen one bug and you’ve sprayed it dead, you can be pretty sure that there’s plenty more where that came from.
Hard to know where from because like most insect species, these creatures will be hiding away. And another piece of advice; if you do see a bug, do not simply squish it dead on the underfoot because once you do that, as dead as it may seem, it’s still breeding, see. This is one of the most famous features of the formidable cockroach. They lay their eggs the moment they’ve been killed. Such are the miracles of nature.
Another piece of advice that your pest control expert is likely to be giving you is this. All good and well that he’ll do a good job for you but you’ll need to play your part too. The onus is on you to keep your premises as clean as possible. Because if there’s one thing insects love