Westchester Wildlife and Animal Removal

Did a House Mouse get into Your Home?

The Westchester mice can look adorable and cute but in the reality is that they are full of the diseases and they may do too much damage on your home and they are not known to be the best roommates. You should know that there is no way that your home will have only one mouse. The mice will multiply faster and one female can make up to 10 litters yearly. Even if you may not believe it, the New York mouse may burn the house down since they like to chew on the wires or anything they can find in the attic or walls. They chew to keep the teeth short or to find the hidden places.

If you have found out that there are nesting materials, mouse dropping or if you heard the noise in the attic or in the walls, then it is possible that you have the mice already in your Westchester home. When you have found out that you have the mice in your home, then the next thing to do is to get rid of them. The most common way that you may get rid of the mice is to use the bait stations, snap traps or poison pellets. The traps may be put in the place around the home where there is a large number of the mice. To get the right results, it is good to use peanut butter on the cracker but not cheese. You should check the trap on daily basis and to wear the latex gloves so that you may release the dead mice that you had trapped. As we all know this fact that wild animals can’t be kept as pets, even then many of us have them at our home deliberately or sometimes, unfortunately! This is the reason why, we all need a service to help us in getting rid of these wild New York animals if we are failed to do so by our own. The dead mice have to be put in the plastic bag and then placed within the garbage a once.

The bait stations or the poison pellets have to be placed within the kitchen, basement, attics and cabinets or any other place that it is safer. The prevention is important when it comes to deal with the mice so that they do not enter into the New York home continuously. Be aware of the perimeter of the home and then seal the holes and the cracks that are found near a foundation wall so that the Westchester mice will not enter again.

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