The House Mouse & The Deer Mouse

Mouse Control, Rodent Removal & Mouse Extermination Pest Control Services

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Many rodents like mice are very good climbers, swimmers and runners. Mice and other rodents are primarily nocturnal. Mice have the ability of sneaking around your house at night and can go undetected for some time. Mice and other rodents can quickly invade food and food containers causing contamination of the product mice and other rodents have invaded. Mice and other rodents can also transmit diseases, some of which, can be deadly, for example mice can cause leptospirosis, rickettsia pox, tularaemia, murine typhus to name a few and there has also been links to mouse droppings and mouse urine causing hair loss and the late onset of asthma.

Mice and other rodents can sense surface and air movements with their whiskers picking up your approach as you open the door and as you walk, tipping mice and other rodents off to the presence of you and other predators, allowing mice and other rodents to disappear before you arrive.


Rats and mice can carry a variety of diseases

House Mouse Identification

Common in most parts of Canada the house mouse can be 105 to 145mm in length with small beady eyes and over size ears. The house mouse is light grey in colour with an average lifespan of one year. A single female house mouse can have numerous litters of young in her lifetime.


Deer Mouse Identification

The deer mouse has a white underside with light brown upper body. The deer mouse also has larger ears and eyes then it cousin the house mouse. The deer mouse also has white feet and bi-coloured tail with an average lifespan of two years. One female deer mouse can have a few litters a couple times a year of young. The deer mouse in often identified incorrectly with its cousin the field mouse.


  • Rodent and pest mice control.
  • Repair structural damage mice can use to gain entry into the structure helping with mice control.
  • Mouse exclusion techniques.
  • Mouse and/or mice bait station pest mice removal.
  • Mouse snap trap pest mouse control.
  • Professional mouse exterminator.
  • Yearly mice control.


  • Inspect for chewing and scratching.
  • Inspect for mouse droppings, noticing mice signs early will make mice control an easier task for you.
  • Pest mice control done by a licensed exterminator.
  • House keeping is good mouse prevention for mice control.
  • Inspect for holes mice have chewed in food containers.
  • Inspection by trained pest mouse control, licensed exterminator.
  • Yearly mice control program.

Frequently asked mouse control and mouse extermination questions.

Q. Will it smell when mice die in the walls and attic when applying bait pest mouse control around my home.
A. There should be no smell from a dead mouse and/or mice if the mice have been feeding on the mice control bait. The bait dries the mice up and eliminates odour. If the mouse and/or mice die of natural causes it will cause an odour. But with proper mice control we can avoid any unwanted smells.
Q. Should I clean up the mouse and/or mice droppings or should we wait for mice removal, licensed exterminator
A. If there is small amounts of mice droppings, using a wet cloth with some bleach and water wipe up mouse droppings. If there are large amounts of mouse droppings then we recommend a professional pest control exterminator to come and remove the mouse droppings and recommend proper mice control program.
Q. Will mice and other rodents damage my home?
A. Mice can cause serious damage to property and items in your home which makes mouse extermination important. Mice can chew threw insulation on wires causing shorts and fires. Mice also like to build nests in chairs, couches and inside the wall. Mice can be found anywhere there is a food source to sustain them.
Q. Why do I only have mice in the winter?
A. Mouse activity picks up in fall and winter as mice look for warmth inside your home, although mice are a year-round pests cold pushes mice indoors. Licensed mice control exterminators can recommend proper mice control prevention programs.
Q. What are some signs mice infestations?
A. Mouse droppings are a good way to detect mice in your home as well as looking for holes mice have chewed in food containers and bags. As soon as you see signs of mice you should consider mouse control program before you have a mouse infestation.


Rats and mice can carry a variety of diseases

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