Here Are 6 Tips To Ensure Your Pet's Safety After A Pest Control Treatment

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If you're having issues with rodents, insects or spiders, our residential pest control Niagara services can make your home safe for the family once more and include your pet cat, small mammal, or even your cat. To prevent your pet accidentally exposure to chemical treatments Here are some suggestions to get the job accomplished.

Find an animal babysitter

You can guarantee your pet are safe by requesting a friend from your family or pet sitter to watch them for the day so they are not exposed to pesticides and remain in a secure area until the areas treated dry. These services will make pest control simpler for you particularly if your children are still young or you need to go out of the office.

Create a safe space

If you cannot find anyone to watch your pets Make a safe place for them away from the area of treatment. A storage room or pet safe insect spray will protect your pet, especially from its own curiosity. If you notice any outdoor areas that require treatment, let our technicians know that your pet is present in the area and whether it is sufficiently far from the area of interest.

If your dog is trained to crate, you can confine it by providing it with comfort toys, food, and plenty of fresh water, where it might nap during and after treatment. You might ask our technicians if your air conditioner system is safe to operate in the area that your pet is in. Be certain to determine if there are any residuals or odours that might get into the system through ductwork.

Fish tanks are covered or moved

Fish are susceptible to being affected by pest control treatments, so it is essential to take into consideration their security. It is possible to move smaller tanks away from the treatment area and, in the best case, in a room that is enclosed so that droplets of treatment are unable to be able to reach them.

Most fish are quite sensitive to changes in their water condition Therefore, cover the tank completely by placing a cloth over it will eliminate the need to unplug the filter. This is especially helpful in large tanks that have a variety of types of fish.




Ask your veterinarian for advice.

If you have exotic animals or birds which are particularly at risk of foreign odours, or pest control products Contacting your vet for bug spray can provide you with assurance of the safety of your pet. If your pet isn't adequately secured, small mammals such as ferrets and guinea pigs could suffer serious respiratory problems. Covering their cages might not be enough.

The vet will also give suggestions on how to handle a senior pet after your house is treated for pests. These animals may require specialized medical attention due to specific ailments that come with age.

View Youthful Pets Very Closely

Kittens and puppies are known to be extremely curious and can easily to cause trouble the moment your back is turned. If they are not monitored closely they can also get into areas that are treated for danger.

Make sure your pet's young ones are at your side in a secure area of your home. keep them entertained by offering them treats, toys and attention until the area is dry. To ensure they don't wander off in the middle of a conversation, or any other situation that may require your attention, use a harness or leash.

Enjoy a day of leisure

Taking your pets out for a play date in the dog park, or for an excursion to a neighbor's house could keep them from treated areas until it's safe for you and them to return. Our technicians will be able to advise you on the length of time a certain treatment can take and how long the odours could remain.

We are able to eliminate rodent and insect pests within your home, but we also would like to safeguard your pet.