There are some projects around the house that individuals don’t mind taking on themselves to save some extra money. One project that most individuals would prefer not to have to deal with would be animal removal. Not only are animals unpredictable, dangerous and can carry diseases, they can also cause significant damage to your home. No matter how cute a wild animal may look, you should never let them enter into your home. The minute you notice a wild animal in your home, it is critical that you get into contact with animal removal experts. If you are in the Andover, Ham Lake, Anoka, Blaine or Coon Rapids, MN area, you are in luck because our dedicated team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., specializes in humane animal removal services. Continue reading
Have you seen black specks in your kitchen cabinets? Have you heard some scurrying around in the kitchen when both you and your spouse are watching TV? If you answered “Yes” to either of these questions, EEEKKKK!! You may have a mice problem in your St. Paul, MN home! At Minnesota Wild Animal Management we’re mice removal experts that know every trick in the book that these furry critters will try to pull to keep from getting caught. Continue reading
Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house Not a creature was stirring, except for a mouse;
He multiplied and multiplied and out his family grew,
In hopes that they could all make your attic their home too;
Your house is supposed to be a place that’s cozy and warm. But it’s not when mice chew through your furnace, cold is your new norm.
Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., can get these mice out So your home will be safe to frolic about
If a mouse is in your attic, you should know what to do
Just call us today at (612) 237-8282. Continue reading
Are Mice A Problem In your Home Or Office?
House Mice are the most common type of mice to invade Minnesota homes and businesses. They can cause serious damage, and can be difficult for a homeowner to get rid of.
House Mice are very small and grayish brown. They weigh only about ½ ounce, making them able to squeeze through very small openings undetected. House Mice cause the most damage by feeding on stored human and pet foods. They will contaminate any food they come in contact with through their feces and hair, making the foods unfit for human or pet consumption because of possible salmonella contamination. House Mice will eat through many types of packaging, making the best way to deal with them in your home or business to get rid of them altogether. Continue reading
Did you recently open your pantry up and find an unexpected visitor? Did you notice a mouse racing across your kitchen floor late at night? The bad news is that if there is one mouse in your home, there could be others that you just haven’t found. A mouse can invade your home through the tiniest spaces. In fact, they can enter through a hole as small as a marble. Ignoring the fact that a mouse is in your house is the worst thing you can do. Rather than trying to catch the mice on your own, consult a mouse removal professional that will get it done right the first time around. Serving Minneapolis, MN, our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., know all of the tricks that a mouse tries when they hide in your home. We’re committed to removing these mice from your residence in a humane way. Continue reading
No one wants mice in their home. A mouse can enter your home through the smallest cracks. They’re eager to find food and will do whatever it takes to eat even the smallest crumb. If you see one mouse in your home, chances are that there are plenty more mice in or around your property. These pests don’t tend to travel alone. So, if you’ve recently found mice in your home, it is important to call the professionals. Serving Andover, Oak Grove, Ham Lake & Blaine, MN, our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., have the tools and experience to humanely remove mice from your home. Continue reading
Vacant Homes and Properties Face Hidden Pest Risks
That vacant, foreclosed home next door isn’t just bringing down your neighborhood’s property values. It may also be a haven for numerous pests that can threaten the health and safety of neighbors, children and pets.
Pests thrive in the conditions offered by a foreclosed property with nobody home. Vacant properties offer a perfect habitat for a variety of problematic pests.
In the interest of preserving public health, it is imperative that vacant structures and properties be treated with pest control products to keep roaches, rats, spiders, stinging insects from moving in. Rodents and roaches, are often thought of as merely nuisances, but they can pose serious health risks for people and pets if they are left unchecked.
Rats, mice and roaches can thrive in empty houses and other structures like tool sheds left unused and untreated. Roaches have been proven to carry and spread E. coli, streptococcus and Salmonella along with other diseases and allergens, while rats are responsible for thousands of doctor and hospital visits each year due to bites and human contact with their feces and urine.
The threats each of these pests pose are very real and can become serious health and safety hazards if they are permitted to thrive. The challenge with foreclosed homes is finding the proper authorities to take responsibility for pest control measures that will keep neighborhoods safe and pest-free.
Each homeowner has the right to choose and use the products they need to protect their own home and property, and the best defense against pests is the responsible use of pest control products.
For more information on wild animal and pest control, consult a Minnesota Animal Control Expert today!
Interesting Facts About Mice
House mice usually run, walk, or stand on all fours, but when eating, fighting, or orienting themselves, they stand only on the hind legs, supported by the tail. When they run, the horizontal tail serves for balance; the end stands up vertically, unless the mouse is frightened. Mice are good jumpers, climbers, and swimmers.
Mice are mostly active during dusk or night; they do not like bright lights. They live in a wide variety of hidden places that are near food sources and construct nests from various soft materials. Continue reading
Okay, we’ll give it to her. Cinderella had an uncanny way of making little mice look adorable. While we can’t guarantee that you won’t have an ugly stepsister living in your home, we can promise you that the mice rummaging through your home do not make clothes or wear cute little shirts. Nope, if mice are in your home they will cause destruction and you will be crying bippity boppity boo-hoo tears all the way to your fairy Godmother who can turn pumpkins into carriages, but still can’t get rid of the mouse problem in your home. If you are dealing with mice, let Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., be your fairy tale come true. Serving Minneapolis and the surrounding areas, we are here to remove your pests so that you can live happily ever after. Continue reading
Mice, Mouse Rodent Control Minneapolis Minnesota
Rodents pose serious health threats – transmitting disease-causing organisms through urine, droppings and bites. Rats can carry more than 40 disease-causing viruses and bacteria, including Hantavirus and salmonella. The house mouse is the primary carrier of an illness called Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus, or LCMV, which causes symptoms such as headache, fever, chills and muscle aches in people with poor immune systems. Continue reading