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Category Archives: Debugged – the lighter side of pest control

Its important not to take yourself to seriously in life, so the Debugged category (not deBugged – clever huh!) giggles at pest control, a little bit.

How Do Mice Get Into Your House?

Mouse Close Up

When the weather turns for the worse, many homeowners prepare for unwanted guests in the form of mice. But how exactly do mice enter your home? The deBugged blog investigates this question.

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House Centipedes: New Year, Same Pests

Centipede

Learn about one of winter’s most active insects – centipede – one of the pest world’s most misunderstood insects.

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Pictures: The Most Beautiful Insects in the World

White Lined Moth

From a indigo-colored jumping spider with a penchant for dancing to the graceful peacock butterfly, the deBugged blog features 4 of the world’s most beautiful insects.

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The Pied Piper: The Original Rodent Control Pro

deBugged blogger, Sean Heffernan, looks fondly back on history’s original rodent control expert – the Pied Piper of Hamelin.

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Western Exterminator Hits The Silver Screen

Big Ass Spider Collage

Western Exterminator is at the center of a new Hollywood creature feature, Big Ass Spider. The movie chronicles a pest control technician facing off against a giant spider set on destroying Los Angeles.

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