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We are excited to announce that, for the seventh year in a row, Inc. Magazine has named Mosquito Squad one of the country’s fastest growing private companies! Only two percent of companies recognized on the Inc. 5000 list have grown sufficiently enough to stay on for seven consecutive years.

Congratulations and thanks to all of our teams in the field that deliver outstanding client service every day and our clients who allow us to protect their families and pets from mosquitoes and ticks!

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BUGS & DISEASES

TEENY, TINY SILENT KILLERS LURK IN OUR MIDST.

The mosquito has quite an awful reputation. It has been called the biggest killer on the planet and the most deadly animal in the world. With just one bite it can cause great havoc by spreading devastating illnesses like West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, Malaria, Chikungunya and even Heartworm in pets.

And ticks are just as serious a threat as they easily travel across outdoor landscapes and latch onto pets that enter our homes and then land on a human host, spreading Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and other tick-borne illnesses.

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