What comes to your mind when you hear the term “rodents”? Well, for starters, rabbits are not rodents. Shocked? You’re welcome! Just because bunnies have long incisors doesn’t make them fall in the same category as mice and rats. Neither […]Read More
One of the modern world’s problems is how to keep rodents (especially rats and mice) out of homes and commercial buildings. You see, rodents especially in urban areas have to keep looking for food in areas where there are only […]Read More
When it comes to getting rid of rodent pests such as rats, homeowners have varied ways to do this. The one that’s been in use for many years is the rat trap. These devices use bait to lure the rodent […]Read More
Of all the rodents in the world, the most famous should be rats since they are found all over the world. If there was an award ceremony, the rats that would take the day are the brown rats and the […]Read More
To get through the cold weather of winter, rodents need a place that is warm and cool for their survival. From their perspective, getting into your home is not about disturbing you, it is a game of making sure they […]Read More
If you’ve watched Tom and Jerry you know the classic story of the cats chasing the mouse. That the typical opposite of the cat is the common rodent- the rat, goes without saying. But what if homeowners could actually use […]Read More
There are over 4600 species of rodents in the world with the most famous being mice and rats due to their frequent home invasions. You pretty much know a lot about them and how much they can be a pain […]Read More
Rodents are creatures that will live and thrive anywhere on the planet! That includes sewer lines as well as any majestic castle. And in this case, they can be just under your nose, but lurking out there. So, if you’re […]Read More
People have diverse attitudes towards rodents. Some consider them to be a nuisance. But others think of them as an excellent addition to the family. For the latter, they are thought to be glorious pets such as Hamsters.
But you are […]
The APPA in 2006 found out that 68% of American households own a pet. The most common pets are dogs and cats but there has been an increase in fish and rodent pets.
Some of the most common rodents used as […]