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You may never have heard of a mice infestation before, but it is widespread in the United Kingdom. Mice are small rodents that live in homes and crawl into tight spaces to hide from predators. Unfortunately, they can cause much damage when they get into your home, and it is essential that you do not let them stay for too long.
What do mice look like?
In the United Kingdom, mice grow between eight and fifteen inches long from nose to tail, and their average weight is about 3.5 ounces. They have fur on their bodies and a naked bottom to balance themselves with. "mouse" is derived from the old English word for "thief".
Mice can reproduce very quickly, and a female can have up to six litters of young in a year. This means that if you do not take care of the problem right away, your home could soon be overrun with mice!
How do they reproduce?
Mice can reproduce in captivity in just five weeks, but it takes them six months to a year in the wild. There are three stages of development before the mouse becomes sexually mature: the embryonary stage, transitional stage, and juvenile stage. After a gestation period of 18 days or less, the female provides delivery of litters that range from 10-20 living young after a gestation period of 18 days or less. The offspring will spend their first three weeks nursing and then spend another two to four weeks weaning mice.
Once the young are fully weaned, they will begin dispersing into other areas of your house or building. They may continue living with their parents for several more months if enough food and shelter are available in the area. If the infestation is bad enough, the mice will start building their nests within your house. The lifespan of a wild mouse is about 18 months, but it can be as long as two years if they are being fed regularly.
What diseases do mice spread?
Mice can spread various diseases, including salmonella, leptospirosis, and hantavirus. They can also contaminate food with their excrement, which can cause food poisoning in humans. Suppose you think you may have a mice infestation in your home. You should then contact a professional exterminator right away. Do not try to take care of the problem yourself – you could spread the diseases even further. Instead, you require a Netherton Mice and Mouse Exterminator to handle the mice.
How do mice spread diseases?
Mice can spread diseases bypassing the infection onto humans through droppings, urine, and saliva. They can also spread contaminants from their fur and feet. In addition, mice can contaminate food with their droppings and saliva, which can cause food poisoning. Ingesting mice faeces can also lead to a condition called hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. This is a rare but deadly disease that affects the lungs. Symptoms will include fever, muscle aches, and severe shortness of breath.
How to prevent a reinfestation?
To prevent a reinfestation, it is essential to:
-seal up all cracks and crevices around the home
-eliminate food and water sources
-clean up any droppings or urine immediately
-clean up the clutter
-vacuuming can also be a good idea
-avoid poison baits, which results in the mouse dying inside your home and causing unpleasant smells.
What if you have an infestation?
If you already have a mice infestation, it is best to call Netherton Mice Control Treatments and Removal professionals for their assistance. You may end up with a worse off situation if you try to get rid of mice on your own, you may end up with a worse off situation with the loss of more money and still will need to call a pest control company again after. In addition, if they could not get rid of all the mice, there would still be some left in your house. They might even have babies and multiply faster than before!
Of course, we understand that you may not want to hire a professional exterminator. However, people who try to take matters into their own hands often have worse results than those who leave it up to the experts. DIY products are usually less effective, and there is always some risk of exposure from mouse droppings or urine, as well as the potential for an infestation in your home if mice come back after being removed. We can rid you of these pesky rodents once and for all with our comprehensive rodent removal service! Contact Netherton Mice Control Treatments and Removal Service today at 0161 776 9832 to learn more about how to provide a safe 24-hour professional pest control mice solution for getting rid of your mouse problem.