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Getting Rid of Mice with the Experts

Whatever your situation, it’s always best to remove mice as quickly as possible. A critical step in getting rid of mice is to deal with the problem right away. They can move very fast into your home and start to nest especially if they find a nice little shelter and a steady food source. Removing mice from your home can be successful if you have a prevention plan and work with an expert wildlife removal company. Here are some important considerations when it comes to knowing your enemy and fighting them off:

  • Interesting facts about Mice
  • How homeowners actually invite mice to take up residence in their homes
  • Calling a professional is always the recommended option

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Interesting Facts about Mice

There are a total of more than 30 known species of mice and they are typically nocturnal animals. When it comes to their sense of smell and hearing it is exceptional, but their eyesight is poor. Snakes, birds of prey, foxes, wild dogs, and cats are all natural predators to mice and they are mostly herbivores in the wild, feeding on grains from plants and fruit. Mice have whiskers that serve to pick up changes in temperature and help feel the surface they are walking along. A typical mouse will need to feed between 15 and 20 times per day and they are the most commonly used animals in laboratories for scientific experiments. This last fact may surprise you but mice are actually considered a delicacy in Northern Malawi and Eastern Zambia where they are used as a rich protein source.

How Homeowners Actually Invite Mice To Take Up Residence In Their Homes

Preventing and discouraging mice from taking up residence in your home is always the better option compared to having to get rid of an existing infestation. In order to be successful at this, you first need to be aware of any and all existing practices that may be inviting mice to your home. The two most important steps are to keep food under lock and key and secure your house from offering any points of entry. Both of these act as incredible motivators for mice to crawls their way into an unsuspecting homeowner’s residence and start wreaking havoc in no time. Allowing professional animal control team handle this for you is definitely the recommended option as it is more effective, safer, overall easier and more practical compared to doing it all on your own.

If you see 1 mouse, chances are there are 10 – 20 nearby.

Calling A Professional – Always The Recommended Option

If you were adamant about the DIY approach, but you’ve had no luck hunting down mice for more than a couple of weeks, it’s high time to contact a professional. On the other hand, this is something you’d be smart to do as soon as you suspect an infestation in the first place. Most people will try and catch mice themselves first, which is usual. But if you have been trying for a while and have had no luck, then it’s time to contact a professional like Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control. Keep in mind that mice have 5-10 litters per year. PER YEAR. That means about fifty new mice running around. These are not numbers you want to take lightly, so get in touch with the professionals immediately.

Need Professional Mice Removal? Contact Skedaddle Right Away

Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has been helping homeowners stay safe and mice-free for almost thirty years. Getting rid of mice can be a big challenge, especially if you don’t have the time and experience to properly remove of them. There is no substitute for professionally trained technicians who not only know where to look, but how to exclude these rodents in a humane way in addition to future-proofing your home against re-entry. Get in touch with Skedaddle today and ensure your home stays uninfected in the future as well.

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About the author:Founder of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control in 1989. Canada's largest urban wildlife removal and exclusion company. Industry leader and pioneer. Split, Scram, Scoot! However you want to say it, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has helped over 200,000 home owners and businesses safely and effectively resolve their wildlife issues. Happy to discuss business and franchising opportunities

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