Three categories of animals need to be given kind consideration here today. While the practice is still frowned upon by animal rights activists, there are still salient and humane reasons for keeping a zoo. The animals are well cared for and it must be remembered that they are too fragile or vulnerable to survive out in the wild anymore. Farmers, of course, are also keeping animals. Because of the large scale effects of contributing to a drastically increased carbon footprint, this practice has been frowned upon too.
But small scale farmers are being applauded. They are keeping their smaller stocks sustainably by exercising organic and humane principles and practices. And then there are many of you reading this who can relate. If you are inherently animal lovers, you may have a pet dog or cat of your own. And there is no doubting that you are doing most of the right things as best as you can to ensure that your much-loved pets are well cared for and enjoy healthy and long lives.
But there is one bug bear that continues to come calling in homes, farms and zoos. Wherever animals are, ticks may rove. This bug problem gets nipped in the bud as quickly as possible through organic tick control, pure and simple. It is not so much the fact that ticks are inherently attracted to animals; it’s just that the premises on which animals must rove and live are not entirely conducive to healthy and clean living.
The organic pest control expert can educate all animal lovers and owners and custodians on how to take better housekeeping care of their animals’ abode whilst cleansing it of all pests that may harm the health of animals.