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Bite prevention and population reduction. Just Smarter.

Nearly 700 million people contract a mosquito borne illness each year resulting in more than 1 million deaths. While most are aware of one or two of these diseases, the reality is much greater.

Map of Mosquito Season in United States

There are over 3,000 species of mosquitoes, 176 of which are found throughout the United States. Many of these species carry the following diseases:

  • Malaria
  • West Nile Virus
  • Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)
  • Dengue
  • Chikungunya
  • Yellow Fever
  • Filariasis
  • Tularemia
  • Dirofilariasis
  • Japanese Encephalitis
  • Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis
  • Ross River Fever
  • Barmah Forest Fever
  • La Crosse Encephalitis
  • Zika Fever

Ticked off!

Ticks are no joke! There are many different types of ticks that can be found all across North America ready to sink their teeth into you. Eek!

Map of Tick Activity in United States

Like mosquitoes, ticks are known carriers of disease and can be harmful to all members of your family, including your pets:

  • Anaplasmosis
  • Babesiosis
  • Borrelia Mayonii
  • Borrelia Miyamotoi
  • Bourbon Virus
  • Colorado Tick Fever
  • Ehrlichiosis
  • Heartland Virus
  • Lyme Disease
  • Powassan Disease
  • Rickettsia Parkeri Rickettsiosis
  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
  • Southern Tick-Associated Rash Illness
  • Tick Borne Relapsing Fever
  • Tularemia
  • 364D Rickettsiosis

Cases of EEE / Eastern Equine Encephalitis Are On the Rise

EEE is a relatively rare but dangerous virus that can cause inflammation of the brain and lead to permanent impairment or death. EEE is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. The most effective way to prevent infection from ­­­Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus is to prevent mosquito bites and reduce the mosquito populations around you.

Learn more about what you can do to protect you and your family from mosquitoes here.

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Alert graphic, Cases of EEE / Eastern Equine Encephalitis <span>Are On the Rise</span>
Meat allergies could rise

All bark, no bite.

Even your pup is at risk! One bite from a mosquito or tick and your pet could be infected with:

Lyme Disease
Lyme Disease
Heart Worm Disease
Heart Worm

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Did you know heartworm is only transmitted to pets through mosquito bites!
Protect your dogs and kids from pests

Bye-Bye Ribeye!

Lone Star ticks are spreading a disease that could cause you to become allergic to meat. Alpha-gal, a galactose sugar molecule, causes a re-wiring of the immune system which causes the recipient of the bite to become allergic to meat. The disease, primarily found in southeastern U.S., has spread and become common in farther north and western regions that experience warming temperatures.

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Did you know heartworm is only transmitted to pets through mosquito bites!
Meat allergies could rise

Working together to prevent pests.

Using a mosquito and tick control service is the #1 way to reduce the risks they bring to your home and family. Here are some other helpful tips to lower your bug population:

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Remove leaf litter

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Clear tall grass and bush around homes and edge of lawns

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Place a 3-foot wide barrier of wood chips or gravel between lawns and wooded areas

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Mow the lawn frequently

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Stack wood neatly and in dry areas

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Keep playground equipment, decks, and patios away from yard edges and trees

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Discourage unwelcome animals from entering your yard using fencing

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Remove old furniture and trash from the yard


I enjoy helping homeowners to protect their yards from the nuisance and dangers of mosquitos and ticks.

FlyFoe Owner, Jesse Zook

It's time for a smarter solution!

FlyFoe utilizes an integrated approach to mosquito and tick control. If you’re ready for a smarter solution to protecting your turf, then you’ve landed in the right place!

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