Christmas came early this year for my roommates and I. True to form, it came down the chimney, all bundled in fur, with beady, black eyes and a tail. Ho, ho, hold on... yes, it was a mouse. With only two days to get rid of the little darling before...
Pest elimination is something that many people consider to be necessary. Mice in particular cause problems in homes and businesses, and their extermination becomes crucial in order for humans to maintain their lifestyles and livelihoods. The market provides a multitude of traps designed to alleviate this problem and effectively exterminate mice. These traps fall into two categories: welfare-friendly traps and traps that cause the mice to experience compromised welfare.
Rats are dangerous! They can spread germs, destroy things in your home, and even start electrical fires. Rats and their fleas carry disease. Here are three recipes for homemade rat poison that works.
Have you noticed rats around your home, but are hesitant to use poisons? Here are some solutions for getting rid of rats without using poison or even harming the rats themselves.
Most households experience a rodent infestation at least once, but if you're not too keen on lethal methods, here are five simple ways to get rid of mice without killing them.
Mice in your house can cause serious illness and damage. Learn a little mouse science and of some ways to deal with the problem.
Nothing is worse than having a mouse in the house. Learn the pros and cons of 3 common mouse traps to find which is best for you.
Do you have rats under your deck? Find out how to get rid of and eliminate rodents for good. Discover how to prevent a rat family getting under your decking.
Three ways to kill a rat—poison, traps, zappers—and our experience with each method. We prefer the zappers. Also we discuss other rat control suggestions.
Second generation rodent killing chemicals are indiscriminately poisoning our children, pets and wildlife. In fact, rodenticides are killing off the natural rodent controls at an alarming rate, leaving us to face the real possibility of a rodent infestation that‘s beyond help.
Searching for the best mouse trap is useless unless you do a little research first. How many traps do you need? Are you sure your squatters are mice and not rats? I cover these questions and share my mouse trap experiences.
Do you think you have mice in your HVAC system? Did you know that mice feces are recirculated into the air you breathe? Learn how to spot a rodent infestation.
Urine and feces from rats and mice are unpleasant even to think about. But taking a closer look before you clean them up can help you choose the right strategy for getting them out of your house.
Mice multiply. By the time you notice a pest mouse in your home, it is likely there are more—many more. Immediate action is required.
The sight of a rodent poking its head over the rim of the toilet commode is enough to unsettle anyone. Fortunately, this is a preventable problem, and not hard to correct.