Protecting your home or business from rodents should be a top priority. The health risks of ongoing exposure to mice and rats feces can create severe health risks
A female house mouse gives birth to a litter of approximately six mice about 19 days after mating and is capable of mating again in two days.
Can produce six to 10 litters a year.
Are able to mate two months after birth.
Can produce 2,500 heirs in six months, with ideal conditions and no mortality.
Establish a nesting site near sources of food and feed 15 to 20 times a day.
Various species are problematic in the U.S., mainly the Norway rat and roof rat.
Bite more than 45,000 people each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
Can burrow three feet straight into the ground, chew through building materials such as glass, cinderblock, wire, aluminum and lead, and can climb inside pipes with diameters between one-half and four inches.
Primarily rely on smell, taste, touch and hearing.