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Bird Doctor Nationwide Launches New Web Site

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With its company slogan, “Have Birds, Will Travel”, the company provides a variety of bird control services at commercial, retail and major national accounts across the U.S.

| March 23, 2010

PARAMUS, N.J. — Bird Doctor Nationwide announced the creation of its new Web site, www.birddoctorinc.com

Bird Doctor Nationwide, with its company slogan, “Have Birds, Will Travel”, provides a variety of bird control services at commercial, retail and major national accounts across the United States. 

Bird Doctor Nationwide is a division of Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control, headquartered in Paramus, New Jersey.  Other subdivisions of Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control are Animal Doctor and also Mosquito Doctor. The company has been in business for 18 years and employs approximately 40 people. 

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