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06/07/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Molly Paws In:
What is summer without some fun? Summer is all about relaxing by the pool, barbecues, drinking a refreshing tropical drink or just relaxing in a lawn chair and catching up on your favorite book. Summer may have a lot to offer, but when Mother Nature turns up the heat, we’re not the only ones who...
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03/07/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Ruger Ruff In:
“Where have all the flowers gone?” This song by Peter, Paul, and Mary may just sum up exactly how a honeybee feels when winter approaches. When the flowers disappear and long warm days drift silently into long cold nights, honeybees thoughts turn to their home and their family. Well, sort of. Honeybees Work Together It’s...
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02/28/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Molly Paws In:
It’s Flea and Tick Season! Ah, spring. That wonderful time of year when the flowers are blooming, the days are warmer and your pets start scratching.  A little itch can quickly turn into an all-out flea and tick invasion. For most pet owners, the arrival of spring not only makes your skin crawl, but your...
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02/21/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Ruger Ruff In:
What happened to all the oranges on the tree? What could have left such tiny teeth marks on the tomatoes? Why are there so many holes along the backyard fence? If you have asked any of these questions, then there is a good chance your yard is being terrorized by ground squirrels. Okay, terrorized may...
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02/14/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Molly Paws In:
Are you afraid to turn on the lights at night? As soon as the lights turn off, from the shadows appears those horrible roaches, like little villains in an old black and white film. The tiny crumbs you accidentally left behind from dinner suddenly become the main dish featured at their new Cockroach Nightclub. You...
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02/07/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Ruger Ruff In:
There goes another carrot! Ah, there’s nibble marks on your prize-winning tomatoes. Not again. Are pesky gophers ruining your garden? It never fails, as soon as your garden is planted, up springs a hungry gopher looking for a free lunch. If left to their own devices, these little twitchy-nosed plant stealers can wipe out your...
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01/31/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Molly Paws In:
What is that smell? It isn’t from the wastebasket. It’s not the garbage disposal either. UGH! Where is that horrible smell coming from? Your nose knows. Just follow it and… oh, my! It’s coming from the pantry walls. How could something so nasty smelling come from inside a wall? Looks like you have a dead...
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01/24/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Ruger Ruff In:
Winter, that time of year when you bundle up to stay warm, contend with tons of traffic on the freeway (because nobody seems to know how to drive in the rain), and musty air throughout your home that no air freshener can diffuse.  There is one thing about winter. However, that is nice… the lack...
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01/17/2018 Comments: % Posted by: Molly Paws In:
COCKROACHES! There are a few people in the world who do not cringe at the thought of those vulgar insects. It wouldn’t be so horrible if they kept to their own space, but no… they have to invade ours. There are, however, a lot of misconceptions about cockroaches that many of us have taken as...
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01/10/2018 Comments: Be the first! Posted by: Ruger Ruff In:
You try to do your part for the environment. You compost when you can, buy organic fruits and vegetables, and you even go out of your way to purchase pesticides that claim to not harm the environment. We only have one earth, and you want to do your part to preserve it. Good for you....
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