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Seattle Rodent control 206 571 7580 Mice Extermination

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Published on Nov 26, 2011

http://www.ampmexterminators.com/Rats spread disease, damage structures and contaminate food and feed. Rats damage one-fifth of the world's food crop each year. The real damage is in contamination. One pair of rats shed more than one million body hairs each year and a single rat leaves approximately 20,000 droppings in a year

Rats transmit Murine typhus fever, rat bite fever, salmonellas or bacterial food poisoning, Weils disease or leptospirosis and trichinosis, melioidosid, brucellosis, tuberculosis, pasteurellosis, rickettsial diseases, and viral diseases such as foot-and-mouth disease. Norway rats can also carry the rabies virus.

The Norway rat and the Roof rat are not native North American species. They traveled to the new world with the first explorers. The two species quickly invaded the continent because of their adaptability and fertility. Norway rats are found throughout the United States, while roof rats primarily inhabit southeastern, Gulf Coast and southwestern states.

Rats memorize their environment by body and muscle movement alone. They become so engrained by body movements that when objects are removed from their territory, rats will continue to move around them as if the objects where still there.

BIOLOGY

Roof rats reach sexual maturity in 2-5 months. Pregnancy lasts an average of 22 days. The young are blind and naked at birth, with hair appearing in about 7 days and eyes opening in 12-14 days. They are weaned at about 3-4 weeks. The average number of litters is 4-6 per year, each containing an average of 6-8 young. Adults on an average live 9-12 months.

Getting rid of mice for good by mouse-proofing your home.

Once the mice are removed, you need to keep them out. Mice proofing, or mouse exclusion, means taking steps to seal and close all openings that mice can use to get inside. A mouse can enter through a very small opening. If you can stick a wooden pencil into an opening around a pipe, for example, a mouse can probably squeeze through. If the opening is too small, but a mouse can find an edge to gnaw on, he will make that opening bigger. It only takes one or two small openings for mice to find their way in. If you don't eliminate or seal up entry points, the mice will be back!As part of our mouse-proofing service, we will do a thorough inspection of your home, inside and out, to locate potential rodent entry points. We then select from a variety of products and methods to mouse-proof your home and keep it rodent-free, such as installing door sweeps, thresholds, and sheet metal barriers, and caulking and screening gaps and openings. Whether you've had a mouse problem before or you just want to make sure you don't have one in the future
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Pest control rats, mouse/mice problems, beetles,carpenter ants, moths, flies, termites, wasps, yellow jackets and hornets.Repair attic and crawlspace problems such as sanitizing and insulation removal & repair after rodent damaged . Carcass animal removal.
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