The Bug Doctor Minute; Heavy Doses Kill Less Bugs

I must have a million pictures on my computer and each one has it’s own story. The problem is I can only use so many in an article. To utilize theses pics I’ve decided to do one minute short video casts and explain some aspects of pest control or what have you that these photographs depict. The Bug Doctor Minute is for quick hits of information with a little point and click action and I hope you enjoy them. My first was “Catching spiders with water” and it seemed that people liked this short but informative format.

If you have any pictures that you would like to share you can upload them through the Ask The Bug Doctor area or simply e-mail me at thebugdoctor@pestcemetery.com. I’m sure some of you have some great pictures of termite damage, trapped rodents or something crazy you have seen and captured on film. As always I appreciate your readership and I look forward to hearing from you a time or two if you ever have a question or comment. Make sure to look me up on Facebook and join us at our group pestcemetery.com, we’d love to have your input. Enjoy the clip!

About The Bug Doctor

Jerry Schappert is a certified pest control operator and Associate Certified Entomologist with over two and a half decades of experience from birds to termites and everything in between. He started as a route technician and worked his way up to commercial/national accounts representative. Always learning in his craft he is familiar with rural pest services and big city control techniques. Jerry has owned and operated a successful pest control company since 1993 in Ocala,Florida. While his knowledge and practical application has benefitted his community Jerry wanted to impart his wisdom on a broader scale to help many more. Pestcemetery.com was born from that idea in 2007 and has been well received. It is the goal of this site to inform you with his keen insights and safely guide you through your pest control treatment needs.

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