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Newport Beach wildlife control tip of the month:
Hi David, I don't know where you are located, but wish I had read your article before I threw some
20 year old heavy-duty poison under my house. After over Newport Beach animal control a month, I finally found the rats' entry after
tearing apart my deck and, sadly, had not done research into how to do things in today's world. I'm a senior
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invaded my home, both inside and out. I even had to move out for a few day in fear of them. Now I think they are
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I have already trapped
several in the house and garage. I'm finding reason for concern about the fleas on the rats as well. Should I be
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the harm is done. Any thoughts on what I can/should do now? What type of professional are you or who could I hire
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