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Do you have a rat infestation? If you do, then it's important to know that they can carry diseases and transmit them throughAdlington Professional Pest Control Rats   contact with rat urine or faeces. Some of the diseases rats carry are Plague, Typhus, Murine typhus, Bubonic Plague (also known as the Black Death), Septicemic Plague, leptospirosis and trichinosis. The most common of these is Bubonic plague which starts with fever and weakness before progressing to painful swelling called a bubo in any number of lymph nodes including those around the neck, groin or armpit. If left untreated this disease will progress to gangrene which attacks fingers and toes. Rats also transmit typhoid fevers caused by rat fleas.

Rats are also very good at finding food. They can explore an area quickly and remember where they found food previously. This makes them great at finding food in difficult environments. This means it won't be difficult for them to get into your cupboards and devour our food.

Adlington Professional Pest Control RatsRats are also very social animals and like to live in groups. which means that if you notice a rat in your home it is extremely possible that you have an infestation brewing on your property. Their communication methods consist of several sounds and gestures. Rats also have a sense of smell and can recognize each other by scent.

The breeding cycle of rats is a continuous process that goes through different stages. The gestation period for a rat is 21 days, and after the baby rats are born they go through a period of lactation. The young rats reach sexual maturity at around six weeks old, and the whole process repeats itself.

Why is it important for people to understand more about rats? Here are some common questions people ask about them below:

What do rats eat?

Rats will eat almost anything but prefer grain-based foods.

Do wild rats carry disease?

Yes, wild rats can carry a number of diseases that can affect both humans and pets. Some of the most common diseases carried by rats include rat bite fever, leptospirosis, and salmonellosis.

Rats will survive in different types of environments. Rats are mostly active at night and tend to stay close to their nest during the day to sleep. However, they will find a mate and have babies when they are about six months old, so to avoid an infestation in your home or workplace, give us a try Adlington Rat Control Treatments and Removal Service.

Mothers teach the babies how to live on their own to leaveAdlington Professional Pest Control Rats  them with another rat when she goes out to search for food. Even though rats might scare some people, they help keep the environment healthy by eating insects and plants that provide resources for other animals, but in a home or workplace, they should be eliminated. Don't wait to contact Adlington Rat Control Treatments and Removal Service.

Despite being curious animals with excellent memory, rats have been implicated in many diseases, so humans need to understand what to do with them. Rats carry diseases such as Plague and Typhus, transmitted from rat faeces. The most common of these diseases is the Plague, often known as the Black Death, which caused a pandemic during the Middle Ages that killed more than 30 million people in Europe. Bubonic Plague is a disease that begins with fever and weakness and progresses to a painful swelling called a bubo which can form on any number of lymph nodes, including those around the neck, groin or armpit. Septicemic Plague starts with abdominal pain and an enlarged spleen or liver before progressing to gangrene which will attack the fingers and toes. The key to controlling rat infestations is to call an Adlington rat exterminator before infestation spreads.

Rat faeces can also cause typhoid fevers, Q fever, Weil's disease, leptospirosis, toxoplasmosis and trichinosis that can all be contracted through contact with rat urine or faeces coming into direct contact with infected rodents.

If you are having a rat problem in your home, it is important to choose a professional pest control company like 24 hour Adlington professional pest control rats to get rid of them. We Adlington Professional Pest Control Ratsoffer Rat Trapping services that will quickly and effectively remove the rats from your property. Our team of experts have years of experience in dealing with rat infestations, so you can be sure that we will get the job done right. Do not try to tackle a rat infestation on your own using DIY products- these methods often do not work and can actually make the problem worse. Contact us today for more information about our Rat Trapping services or to schedule an appointment.