Doggone Fleas!

Doggone Fleas! 27 July 2017, 4:17 pm

Fleas. It’s a dreaded topic for dog owners, especially during the summer months. These dark-colored insects love hot and humid weather, so the problem of fleas can actually run rampant here in the South beyond just summertime. These bugs are small—they are only about the size of the head of a pin—but they can wreakContinue Reading »


Downtown Cajun Cook-Off Benefiting the CAC 16 February 2016, 9:12 pm

On March 19, spice up your weekend and head to Cathedral Square for the Downtown Cajun Cook-Off, benefiting the Child Advocacy Center of Mobile (CAC)! While filling your stomach with gumbo, étouffée, crawfish pies, boudin balls, jambalaya, and the likes, you can also help local children who are victims of abuse. The 2nd Annual Downtown CajunContinue Reading »


Keep the Warmth In and the Pests Out 25 January 2016, 5:02 am

As you crank up the heater this winter, you could be inviting some unwanted guests into your cozy home. These pests could take advantage of your heat and cause more serious problems in your house. Follow these quick tips from BugMaster to prevent these pests from invading your home this winter.   House Mice HouseContinue Reading »


The Great Toy Drive and BugMaster Spread Christmas Cheer 10 December 2015, 4:58 pm

‘Tis the season for gift-giving, and here at BugMaster we love to ensure that all children have a merry and bright Christmas! For the fifth year, we are partnering with WKRG News 5 to help sponsor The Great Toy Drive. What better way to put smiles on kids’ faces other than giving them toys forContinue Reading »


It’s Time for our GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY! Last Week to Enter! 24 August 2015, 2:52 pm

It’s the last week of BugMaster’s Summer of 1975 10-Week Giveaway, and this week’s prize is the best of the best! Congratulations to last week’s winners who each won $100 Visa® Gift Cards: Teresa Dunnam Dennis Pearsall Paula Burch Kelly Warren Sign up by noon this Friday, August 28th for your chance to win an Annual Termite Contract worthContinue Reading »


Margaret Mathers: BugMaster’s Very Own Queen Bee 19 August 2015, 10:27 pm

Margaret Mathers became a part of the BugMaster family back in 1981 and has been a loyal employee ever since. On top of her office duties, she has assumed the mother role to all the employees here at BugMaster by keeping things in order and making sure that everyone is happy. As a local companyContinue Reading »


Enter to WIN Gift Cards to The River Shack & Bluegill Restaurant! 3 August 2015, 8:28 pm

It’s week seven of BugMaster’s Summer of 1975 10-Week Giveaway! Congratulations to last week’s winners who each won a fab Pet Rock – the only friend that will never drink all the good beer in your fridge. Way to go to last week’s groovy winners: Talina Copaus Heather Schmidt EJ Wright Melinda Mapp This weekContinue Reading »


Week Seven Giveaway: Pet Rocks!

It’s week six of  BugMaster’s Summer of 1975 10-Week Giveaway! Congratulations to last week’s winners who won tickets to the local and  totally rad Crescent Theater: Nikki Levene Teresa Schmidt Chris George Manilla Jenkins This week we will be giving out the classic ‘70s toy, Pet Rocks, to four groovy winners. These funky rocks will be a great,Continue Reading »


Enter to WIN This Week’s Giveaway: Tickets to the Crescent Theater 17 July 2015, 7:05 pm

We’re halfway through this hot summer and halfway through BugMaster’s Summer of 1975 10-Week Giveaway! Congratulations to last weeks winners who won psychedelic mood rings: Brandy A. Farrell Kathy Bailey Dottie Sellars Cheryl Buxton Manilla Jenkins Charlmaine Jackson Lorrie Richerson Kristen O’Keefe Madison Finch Brian Desrochers This week, BugMaster is giving away tickets to theContinue Reading »


Control Mosquitos Around Your Yard 14 July 2015, 9:18 pm

Spring and summer are meant to be enjoyed outside with pool parties, BBQs, and family get-togethers. But instead of a party, you may have more of a battle in your backyard thanks to one of this time of year’s most dreaded pests: mosquitos. Mosquitos aren’t just annoying warm-weather nuisances. They can actually be quite dangerousContinue Reading »