American Dog Tick Removal Service

Do you have a problem with American Dog Ticks on your property? If so, we are here to help! Our team of experts from BoG Pest Control will remove these pests quickly and efficiently.

Are American Dog Ticks Dangerous?

Yes, American Dog Ticks can be dangerous. Their bites can transmit Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and Ehrlichiosis.

Characteristics of American Dog Ticks

Like all ticks, the American dog tick is a bloodsucking ectoparasite. It is often called a wood tick because it is found in wooded areas where mammalian hosts live. Ticks require a blood meal at each stage of life to grow, and the female must engorge herself with blood to obtain the nourishment necessary to produce the thousands of eggs she lays. Despite the large number of eggs produced, only a small percentage will make it to maturity.

How to Remove American Dog Ticks

You can exterminate American Dog Ticks from your property by contacting a local pest control service like BoG Pest Control or using a tick control product.

There are many tick control products on the market, and you should consult BoG Pest Control to see if you need professional help or find the best product for your needs.

If you are applying American Dog Tick extermination products yourself, do note:

  • Most of these products come in an aerosol or concentrate sprayed on the ground around your property.
  • Be sure to read the label carefully and follow all directions! It is important to apply the product correctly to achieve optimum results.

American Dog Tick Extermination & Removal in Maryland & Virginia

BoG Pest Control has been serving Maryland and Virginia since 1989. We understand the seriousness of American Dog Ticks, which is why we dedicate ourselves to providing safe, effective, and affordable services to protect your home and loved ones from these pests. Our experienced technicians are equipped with the latest tools and techniques to remove any infestation quickly, so you can rest assured that your property is free from these potentially dangerous creatures. Contact us today for a free consultation!