Deer Mice In Your HomeWhile any type of rodent infestation on your property can be concerning, deer mice present a special danger to yourself and your family. Deer mice are known carriers of Hantavirus, which is a deadly and dangerous pathogen. To protect your loved ones against Hantavirus, be sure to schedule mouse removal at the first sign of an infestation. Minnesota Wildlife Management specializes in mouse removal in the Minneapolis area and can eliminate the dangers of deer mice from your property.

Physical Characteristics Of A deer mouse

To determine whether you have a deer mice infestation on your property, you may want to physically identify the rodents that have invaded your home. While deer mice look like common household mice, they have some unique characteristics. A deer mouse is usually no more than eight inches in length. These small, furry creatures are light brown, and usually have white bellies. Deer mice get their name from their similarity to the color of deer.

Where Deer Mice Are Found

Deer mice are generally found in rural regions, however, as our cities have grown and spread, deer mice have become more and more common in urban settings. Deer mice prefer to make their nests in enclosed locations, such as storage sheds and garages. During the winter months, deer mice are more likely to seek shelter in the indoor spaces of your residential home.

Deer Mice Dangers To Your Health

Should you find an infestation of mice in your home, act fast to remove the rodents. Deer mice carry a pathogen that is known as Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. When Hantavirus is transmitted between deer mice and humans, it can cause serious medical symptoms and potential death. Rather than attempting to remove deer mice on your own, you can protect your health and safety by trusting this service to a professional.

Preventing A Deer Mouse Infestation

Look for gaps in foundations and openings around pipes. Regular inspections and repairs block deer mice and other pests from getting inside. Keep food in sealed containers, trim overgrown shrubs, and move wood piles away from buildings.

If you suspect a deer mice infestation in your home, don’t wait. Call the professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management to come out and inspect your home. We can identify what type of rodents you may have, eliminate, and sanitize any infestation, and take preventative steps to ensure your home is pest free.

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