Tick and Flea
Yard Treatment

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All-Natural Flea and Tick Treatment

Fleas and ticks don’t just cause itching for our beloved pets—they can pose real health threats to animals and humans alike. Defending your yard against them has major benefits, but the dangers of the typical preventative substances used are not worth the risks, especially when safe, effective alternatives exist.

Spray Squad uses the best organic insecticide to get rid of mosquitoes, bugs and other insects in your yard and around your home. The all natural yard treatment, Defender from Southland Organics, protects your pets, family and friends without the use of harsh chemicals.

This tick yard spray has a unique blend based on essential oils, which act as potent pest control agents. Say goodbye to harmful chemicals commonly found in traditional tick yard sprays and hello to a service that is designed with the well-being of both your furry companions and the environment in mind.

We understand the importance of safeguarding your kids and pets from bothersome insects without compromising their health. That's why we use a formula with only the finest natural ingredients, ensuring our treatment is gentle yet powerful enough to keep fleas and ticks at bay.

With our carefully crafted formula, you can now enjoy the great outdoors with your pets worry-free, knowing you've chosen a product that not only keeps pests under control, but also prioritizes the health and safety of your family. Schedule a spray service today for a happier, healthier experience in your own backyard.

Why choose our natural flea and tick treatment?

Traditional pest control products use neurotoxins to deter and kill fleas and ticks. A neurotoxin is a substance that alters the structure or function of the nervous system. Some are harmless to humans but threatening to pests, like cedarwood oil and lemongrass. These are nature’s pesticides. However, very dangerous neurotoxins also exist, from cobra’s venom to heroin to chemical warfare.

The ugly truth is that the dangerous forms of neurotoxins are used regularly to prevent insects in areas where our children grow and families play. Alternatives are present in nature, and Spray Squad has harnessed their power to help keep your family safe!

Our flea and tick treatment is crafted with natural essential oils like peppermint oil, which is known for its potent properties in killing fleas and ticks without the use of harmful chemicals. When you choose our peppermint oil flea tick spray, you are opting for a safe and eco-friendly solution that protects both your pets and your house. Our powerful sprayer reaches every nook and cranny around your property, ensuring a thorough treatment that gets rid of these pests for good.

Additionally, our competitive prices make our flea and tick treatment accessible to pet owners of all budgets. We believe that providing a top-notch service should not come at the expense of affordability.

By treating your tick or flea infestation with Spray Squad, you are not only investing in the health and well-being of your pets, but also creating a pest-free environment for your entire family. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your pets are protected from harmful parasites and that your home is a safe haven free from fleas and ticks.

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Creating a Safe and Pest-Free Yard for your Pets and Family

Spray Squad’s outdoor flea & tick service protects outdoor environments from harmful insects without the use of harmful chemicals.

Our all-natural and highly effective pest spray for yards uses essential oils and emulsifiers to smother and suffocate all eggs, larvae and insects that it touches with no threat to humans, pets or even helpful pollinators.

Looking to clear up brown spots from dog urine in your lawn? Check out Dog Spot by Southland Organics. They also have a bug spray that can be used as a kennel spray to further prevent ticks and fleas from preying on your pets.

How to Spot an Infestation

Homeowners can protect their pets and family by being vigilant in spotting fleas and ticks in their yard. Regular inspections are essential to detect these pests early and prevent infestations. Start by carefully examining areas where pets often spend time, such as shady spots, your vegetable garden, bushes and the base of trees. Fleas are tiny, dark brown insects that move quickly, while ticks are usually larger, brown or black and may be seen crawling on grass or other outdoor surfaces.

Keep an eye out for any signs of excessive scratching, biting or licking in your pets. This could indicate the presence of fleas or ticks. Pay close attention to any red, irritated or swollen areas on your cat or dogs' skin, which may be a result of tick bites. By staying observant and proactive, homeowners can ensure their yard remains a safe and pest-free environment for their beloved animals and family.

If you do find an infestation, give us a call so we can eliminate it for you as soon as possible!

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Kill Tick and Flea Adults and Eggs

Preventing flea eggs from emerging into adulthood and increasing the flea population in your environment is crucial. Our effective treatments not only kills fleas and ticks, but also target their eggs. By controlling the adult flea population and breaking the flea larvae life cycle, we will significantly reduce the number of fleas and mosquitoes present, providing a safer and more comfortable environment for your pets and family.

How does Spray Squad work?

Our team will come survey your property and give you a quote for service.

Trained Spray Squad service techs spray customers’ outdoor spaces, and you can enjoy a bug-free environment within minutes. No need to wait to re-enter, because our products are all-natural!

One flea & tick yard treatment continues to work for up to 21 days, depending on the impact of rain and weather elements.

For lasting results, simply select your service rotation (21 or 30 days), and our team will remind you in advance of an application and let you know that we have serviced your property. You do not even need to be present during the application.

Enjoy your space, pest-free.

Build Your Oasis

To maintain maximum pest prevention, we recommend you select one of our mosquito service rotations (21 or 30 days). This will continually defend your lawn against insects that may try to return when water accumulates in rainy seasons and when weather heats up.

Our spray is effective against fleas, ticks, mosquitos and more!

All-natural pest control
Regular service throughout the season
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Schedule your First Spray

Ready to make an appointment? It's simple! Just give us a call at 706-363-3350 or send us an email at info@SpraySquad.com.


How can I prevent fleas and ticks from getting into my yard?

To prevent fleas and ticks on dogs from getting into your yard, you can take several proactive measures. When you purchase pet products, including pet food and dog flea spray, make sure they are from a reputable manufacturer to minimize the risk. Store these items properly in sealed containers to avoid attracting pests.

Use a reliable flea and tick preventative recommended by your vet to protect your pets. Regularly check out your pets for fleas and ticks, especially after spending time outdoors and promptly remove any ticks you find.

How often should I have my yard treated for fleas and ticks?

The frequency of treating your yard with a tick and flea killer depends on several factors, including the severity of the flea and tick population in your area, your local climate and the level of outdoor activity of your pets or kids. We recommend that your yard is treated for fleas and ticks at least once every 21–30 days

However, if you notice an increase in flea and tick activity, you may need to treat your yard more frequently. Regularly inspect your pets for any signs of fleas or ticks and monitor their behavior when they are in the yard to gauge the need for additional treatments.