When you see this mouse in your house it's time for eradication !
Rodents are one of the most destructive pest in the United States. They can spread disease from fecal matter and hairs left behind in food supply. Here are a few things to consider when you are faced with a rodent problem:
Rodent Control and animal removal is the most human way to take care of nuisance pest. That is what Truly Green Pest Service offers. Mice and rats spread disease everywhere they go. The best way to get rid of rats and mice is by sealing access points and removing things that would be considered food for rats and mice. Most of the time when mice get into your home, they usually eat of the cat and dog food.
Truly Green Pest Service will set up a trapping program designed to trap and remove rodents from your home. This process may take up to 3 consecutive days to remove all mice from your home. During this process we will recommend necessary tips on improving your home to exclude entry points.
Mice and Rats come in looking for needed shelter, food, and warmth but can easily become an out of hand problem. Even holes the size of a dime are no challenge. Rodents are rapid breeders who can easily invade and contaminate home or workplace.
Mouse Fact: Mice are born explorers. Mouse is used to describe tiny, sparrow-sized rodents with long thin tails. Mouse tracks, mouse droppings and fresh gnawing show locations where mice have been active. Mice make nests out of shredded paper, cardboard or other fibrous materials. House Mouse Diet: The house mouse is an herbivore, and it maintains a diet mostly of grain and fruit. In settings where the mouse lives near humans, the animals will eat most edible, non-meat substances.
Norway rats are able to gnaw through wood, lead, aluminum, copper, even cinder block and uncured concrete. Norway rats usually construct nests in below-ground burrows or at ground level. Norway rats are often completely black. They can also be grayish-brown, but the color may vary from a pure gray to a blackish- or reddish-brown. They can also be grayish-brown, but the color may vary from a pure gray to a blackish- or reddish-brown. Norway rats live wherever there are people because they have similar food and water requirements. They are referred to as: Commensal , which means they benefit from a relationship to humans.
The roof rat is also known as the fruit or citrus rat, as they like to eat fruits, as well as vegetables and grains, and they prefer a warm, tropical climate. Roof rat is slender and agile, and Its tail is longer than the head and body lengths combined. Roof rat nests above ground and lives in ivy, wild blackberry vines, attics, garages, and wood piles. They are actually good climbers. Roof rat droppings have a pointed end and are almost one half inch (1cm) or less in length. Effective roof rat control starts with good housekeeping and proper sanitation, which are designed to eliminate the sources of food and shelter that attract the pests in the first place.