According to the CDC, Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne (insect or tick bites) disease in the U.S., affecting 329,000 people per year with potentially debilitating damage to joints and the neurologic system. Lyme disease can also threaten outdoor pets.

Lyme disease is spread by ticks that are now estimated to be in half of all U.S. counties. Newborn ticks are infected with Lyme when feeding on already-infected mice. Newborn mice, in turn, are infected by Lyme from already-infected ticks.

This short questionnaire is about the services you provide your customers relating to Lyme disease and ticks.

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* 1. Are you a professional in the pest management industry?