Oregon Rodent Removal and Control
Do you hear little feet running through your walls or on your ceiling? Do you have little black rice size dropping around your house or attic? Chances are you have a rodent problem. Oregon's cold winters can cause rodents such as mice and rats to move into your house for warmth and easy access to food. Although some people have these animals as pets, the wild rats and mice can carry disease that can be transferred to humans or pets. One of the main Oregon rodent problems in mice or rats in pet food. If you pets food is not properly sealed it can be a feeding ground for rodents in Oregon and cause a large problem if not properly treated early on.
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Rodents are foraging animals and will often start early in the morning. They will often have a food storage or hoard in different areas. They usually travel 50 to 300 feet from there nest site look for food. They will also patrol there territory and will live in groups dominated by a large male. Rodents will eat mostly every humans and pets will but it the wild there normal diet consists of seeds, insects, baby birds, and birds eggs.
Portland Oregon Rat Control Facts
- Rats can not live a long time if they do not have an adequate amount of water in there diet.
- Roof rats will often build nests in attics or large shrubbery, they will very seldom set up a ground nest or den.
- Norway rats on the other hand use burrowed nest under the ground or under a house
- Rat will nest in location close to water because they have a daily need for the liquid.
- Rats can breed year round in Oregon but most commonly in the warmer months.
- Rats will have a litter size from six to ten babies
- Rats are weaned at around twenty days and reach breeding age when they are three or four months.
Portland Oregon Mouse Control
- The tail of he mouse in almost as long as it body.
- Mice can sleep for more than 12 hours a day.
- A mouse can jump up to 18 inches in the air, which is a large distance for there size.
- In the wild mice will usually live for about one year, but domesticated mice can live up to 3 years.
- Oregon mice have a great sense of smell and use it to find food and avoid danger.
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