Lizards are reptiles. There are over 4,675 species of lizard. Most lizards have four legs, some have two legs and some are with no legs at all. Lizards come with frills, horns or wings and in nearly every color imaginable.
Lizards are common in warm areas where cover and food are abundant. Lizards are found all over the world in almost every type of terrain. Some live in trees; others prefer to live in vegetation on the ground, while others live in deserts among rocks.
For example, the Texas horned lizard is found in the warm areas with little plant cover in southern North America. The northern fence lizard, on the other hand, likes to live in cool pine forests in northern North America.
Most species are harmless to humans and help in eating insects around the house, some species including iguanas, bearded dragons, geckos and anoles are also kept as pets but Lizard’s droppings can cause health threats to humans.
Lizards frequently carry Salmonella that can cause serious problems in people. Salmonella infection can spread by direct or indirect contact with these pests or their droppings. One, three or four droppings of lizards often go unnoticed. But a big number of lizards’ droppings means you have a significant problem.
Some people are just scared and annoyed of lizards and want to stay away from them when they are spending time in their yards. Lizard Repellents can me used to keep lizards away in such situations.
Lizard Blocker is a Lizard Repellent that can be used outdoors.
Buy Lizard Blocker here:
Lizard blocker can be applied around houses, garages, flower beds, swimming pools, gardens, patios, woodpiles, and other areas where lizards may live. May be used in areas where children and pets play. Lizard Blocker™ is biodegradable and will not harm lawns, gardens, flowerbeds or other desirable plants when used as directed.
Remember to be careful when approaching any lizard. Not all lizards are harmless. Many lizards bite or have sharp spines. Handling lizards is best left to the experts. Contact your local wildlife/game management office for further information.
Before using this product, consult with your State or local wildlife authorities to ensure that use does not present a hazard to any threatened or endangered species.