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Rodent Problem Forces Closure Of Over 400 Stores!

A retail chain was forced to close over 400 stores after more 1,000 rodents were found at one of its distribution facilities. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a 22-page inspection report of the facility. During their inspection, […]

Termite Terry Sponsors The West Coast Rodent Academy

The West Coast Rodent Academy is a three-day training event that was held at the University of California’s South Coast Research & Extension Center in Irvine. Termite Terry was proud to be a sponsor of the event. The event was […]

Rats Are Being Taught To Drive!

They’ve been able to teach rats to jump through hoops, solve mazes, and even play hide and seek. Now they are training rats to drive cars! Professor Kelly Lambert, of the University of Richmond, just published a journal article titled […]

Rat Infestation Delays The Opening Of A School

Rats have infested some rooms at a school in Montebello, and students will not be able to start school for several weeks. “Today was supposed to be my first day of school in person since March of 2020. Instead, we’re […]

What You Need To Know – Rodent Infestations Are On The Rise!

This has been one of the toughest years for controlling rodents in Orange County we have ever seen. Homes and businesses that have never experienced rodent infestations in the past, are now being overrun by these pests. For years, roof […]

Re-Opening Businesses May Be Greeted By Rodent Infestations When They Return

Restaurants in California were forced to close, or were only allowed to offer limited service to help limit the spread of COVID-19. We know for a fact that many rodents live off the food and waste generated by these establishments. […]

The Connection Between Pests and Foodborne Illness

The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) tells us that foodborne illness is a major cause of disease in the United States. Each year, more than 48 million Americans are infected with a foodborne illness. Of those who become ill, 128,000 […]

Giant Rats Attack Tuberculosis In Tanzania

Giant rats are being used to sniff out the potentially deadly disease tuberculosis (TB) in Tanzania. The detection rates have been so successful that they now plan to double the number of clinics where these rats are used, from 29 […]

Man Contracts Hantavirus After Staying In Park Cabins

A 22 year-old man has been hospitalized for two weeks after contracting Hantavirus, a rare and potentially fatal rodent-borne respiratory disease. Some believe that the young man, who was a tour guide at the park, may have contracted this disease […]

This Is Going To Be A Tough Year For Controlling Pests

After years of suffering through the drought in Orange County, it looks like our dry spell finally came to an end this past winter. The heavy rains caused a huge increase of plant and vegetation growth. The rains also contributed […]