Keep Mice & Their Diseases Out

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We all tend to spend more time indoors when the weather turns cold.  With an average winter temperature of -16.6 degrees Celsius, Red Deer certainly qualifies as cold during the winter months. These extremely low temperatures cause many animals that spend their summers in the fields to seek warmth, often in our homes, businesses, and … Read moreKeep Mice & Their Diseases Out

Winter Homes: Mice

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The media has generally been kind to mice. They’re furry, they’re cute, they have friends named Donald and Goofy. However, make no mistake – rodents ruin your property, they also carry diseases that can harm you and your family. House mice are one of the most troublesome pests, they’re cunning and sneaky and can find … Read moreWinter Homes: Mice

Mice vs. Voles

Mice and voles can appear similar at first glance. When you take a closer look at both species of rodent you will see that they actually have more differences than similarities. Both Mice and Voles: Rodents Approximately 5 – 8 inches long Grey / brown fur Mice: Slender bodies Pointed noses Will eat almost anything … Read moreMice vs. Voles

Hantavirus: The Driving Force for Rodent Control

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Do you have rodents at home? This is a serious problem as rodents are not only frightening but can be harming and dangerous as well. These animals wander from here and there making a mess inside your home premises and spoil your personal stuff. This situation gets aggravated when rodents spoil the food that you … Read moreHantavirus: The Driving Force for Rodent Control

Baby It’s Cold Outside: Why Mice Move In For The Winter

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No one wants to have unexpected guests, particularly when they are the tiny four-footed kind. Mice, like most warm-blooded animals like to be warm during the cold months and your home is the perfect place for their winter vacation. The last thing you want for the holidays is to have mice reproducing in your home … Read moreBaby It’s Cold Outside: Why Mice Move In For The Winter

The Big Threat of Mice in your Home

Baby Mice

Mice. They’re the last thing you want in your home. They pose a serious health hazard and create an unsanitary environment, never mind the scares they may give to you, your spouse and your children. The big threat of mice is that once you find one, you’re unfortunately soon to find others or hear them … Read moreThe Big Threat of Mice in your Home

How To Prevent Mice From Coming Into Your Home This Fall

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To prevent mice from entering your home, your shed, your garage, your car, or any other location in your yard, the primary key is to stop them before they can get in. Inspect and seal any openings, cracks or crevasses from the outside into your home or location you’re trying to protect from mice. Make … Read moreHow To Prevent Mice From Coming Into Your Home This Fall

Professional Advice for Rodent Control

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To eliminate and control rats and mice, you need the right information and the proper tools. Rodents breed year round and populations grow rapidly under good conditions. Any actions you can take to stop mice will be effective and must be taken to avoid a potential serious problem from occurring. Make sure to Inspect and … Read moreProfessional Advice for Rodent Control

How To Catch A Mouse

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Once house mice take up residence indoors, virtually any techniques used to control them are effective, including baited and un-baited snap-traps, windup multi-catch mouse traps, glueboards, and anticoagulant rodenticides. Their inquisitive nature makes them easy to catch. Often times, a rodent infestation is underestimated, so be sure to use a sufficient amount of devices for … Read moreHow To Catch A Mouse

Where Do Mice Hide?

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Hi, I’m a mouse that likes to hide, but where am I most likely to be… in the home I like to hide in locations where I can’t be seen such as behind cupboards or behind the wall voids, beneath the sink via the pipe chase holes or even in a pantry that has access … Read moreWhere Do Mice Hide?