Pitbull Pest Control In PCT Magazine

A BUSINESS IS BORN. Toth and his wife, Bonnie, officially founded Pitbull Pest Control in May 2003. The company name, branding and logo are inspired by their dog, Katie. When he was working for the small business, the maintenance man was looking to give away a dog, which was unable to be taken care of by its previous owners. Toth decided to step up and adopt the dog himself since he did not have children at the time. “We had her for 16 years and she became our baby,” he said……

…..Today, Pitbull offers residential and commercial services throughout all of Nevada. About 60 percent of their clientele is residential, while 40 percent is commercial. Specialized services include prevention, removal and elimination of termites, birds, wasps, bees, rodents, bed bugs and scorpions. The most common service they provide is general pest management (ants, cockroaches, etc). Also, Pitbull is one of the few companies in Nevada that offers residential structural fumigation. “So, from the very beginning we tried to do, and tried to be, that professional pest management company that you are going to get with a larger, bigger, multinational corporation, but with a local feel,” he said……

LOOKING AHEAD. Toth thinks Pitbull being a full-service pest management company is what sets the company apart from competitors. He said many companies are one-man and one-truck doing residential service in the Las Vegas area. Meanwhile, Toth constantly wanted to learn more and continue growing ever since Pitbull’s inception. “I never wanted to be that company. I always wanted to be bigger and to be better and do more,” Toth said……

….Toth runs his business in a market where, he said, everyone is replaceable, including himself. He said, everyone is being trained in a way to raise themselves to the next level. He advises other small business owners to hire high quality people to keep the business afloat……

Refer to the following link to read the whole article:  http://magazine.pctonline.com/article/convention-extra-2021/dogged-determination.aspx